Fall Fashion Trends

Fall is right around the corner, and cooler temperatures call for a wardrobe adjustment! Think sophisticated cuts and clothing that will keep you warm on chilly days, but are still pretty and hip. This season is a little bolder, with prints expressing themselves in a big way. Here are some of the trends we’ve spotted that are right on:

Polka Dots

Polka Dots are fun and whimsical – a nice diversion on a season that usually means it’s time to get to work and take ourselves more seriously. But, let’s throw caution to the wind, especially since both Diane Von Furstenberg and Marc Jacobs had plenty of polka dots in their Fall Collections. Here’s an easy way to capture the trend via a scarf from Banana Republic ($39.50)

Lace

It screams demure and old school, but there’s no doubt there’s something about delicate lace that screams sexy. This Fall it becomes part of the work day outfit, too, like this gorgeous lace skirt from Talbots ($45) that is perfect to wear to the office and then later for out on the town.

Camouflage
It used to be that not everyone could pull of camouflage without looking like you came straight off a military base. But not anymore! Camouflage-inspired styles, like those seen on the Victorial Beckham and Daryl K runways are all over these days. Here’s a way to get the look without looking too militant: Swing Jacket from J-Crew ($49.99).

Animal Prints
Animal prints seem to never go out of style. From high end to mass market, snakeskin and animal prints adorn apparel, bags and shoes. Now, even denim is getting a dose of the exotic, with leopard-spotted, python-printed and cheetah-stamped looks that are hot, hot, hot! We especially love these Current/Elliott The Stiletto jeans featuring a Grey Leopard pattern ($198).

Of course, you can always turn to Nailene to keep you Autumn-relevant. Our Nail Couture Safari design (71165) always gives you just enough edge to show others you know what’s up. With a fast and easy application, and perfect fit and long wear, it’s an easy Fall “do.”

Welcome, Fall!