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Fall '21 Trends You Can Wear Now

Fall '21 Trends You Can Wear Now

We are still a few months away from fall, but that won’t stop us from delivering all the trends worth getting into right now. Just like any other season, the list is still pretty much grounded on what you want to wear. Runway collections will always be a source of inspiration, but it’s also good to be realistic as to what you truly want to see and keep in your wardrobe.

Autumn is usually a time for cocooning, but we think we have had enough of that last year. People are excited to dress up again and enjoy more time outdoors despite chilly temperatures. For spring/summer 2021, we saw a lot of colors on the runway and on social media. Fall won’t be any different, but we might still see muted tones here and there. Overall, we believe this season’s trends are anchored on elevated stapes, with a mix of statement pieces. Keep scrolling to see what’s worth buying and wearing now.


Sleek Cuts

After wearing comfy clothes almost every day in 2020, there’s now a demand for sassier, flashier clothing. It’s time to move away from demure silhouettes and embrace chic peekaboo cutouts. Think cold-shoulder sleeves, keyhole necklines, and asymmetric shapes. Tie details also create the illusion of cuts, accentuating the waist for a more flattering silhouette.

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Back to Logo-Mania


Since ’70s fashion is back in full swing, consider this an homage to the retro trend. Whether it is a new or heirloom piece, this aesthetic never fails to bring some nostalgia to your outfit. Opt for neutral tones like beige, blues, greys, and browns to avoid looking too flashy. Keep your outfit simple, like a dress with dainty jewelry or a bit polished with tailored pants and a blouse.

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Vintage Florals

We all know florals are here to stay, but for fall, we’re leaning towards the more antique-style chintz. Call it cottagecore but we are going to see more of these delicate prints in the colder months. Color palettes will be a bit muted going into autumn, and the vibe is grander and more sophisticated.

One of our favorite ways to style this look is with makeup. For example, play up a bold red lip to match pink florals or to spice up a neutral ensemble.

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Larger-Than-Life Totes

We saw the rise and fall of micro-bags and baguette bags early this year, and we are ready for big, dramatic totes. Nothing compares to the form and function of oversized structured bags, especially in a time where we need a lot of essentials handy at all times. From vintage designer to high-street pieces, you can trust this trend will pop in and out in the seasons to come.    

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2000s Trends

Fashion trends come in cycles, which is why it was no surprise that y2k trends are back. The style was fun and a bit experimental in the noughties—platforms, ‘boob tubes,’ capris, and so on. Thanks to social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok, the 2000s are having a genuine fashion moment once again, giving millennials and the older generation total style nostalgia. For autumn, we are looking at denim, beaded jewelry, and cropped silhouettes.

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Shining, Shimmering, Splendid

Glitter knows no season, making it a perfect transition trend. There are subtle ways to make your outfit shine, such as sequins and metallic pieces. Crystals and rhinestone accessories are also a stylish way to spruce up your post-summer look. Whether you want to keep your outfit casual or go full glitz and glam, you can never go wrong with a little sparkle.

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Tonal Layering

It’s time to layer up once the temperatures get lower next season. Picture a high-neck with a cardigan layered on top, plus a coat and tailored trousers, all in a similar palette. The overall outfit has a subtle cool-girl appeal that looks flattering rather than costumey. Stick to minimal jewelry to polish your look.

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