The Best Fall 2019 Trends

The Best Fall 2019 Trends

This fall, we’re seeing everything from fresh iterations of tie-dye to transitional dressing-ready corduroy separates, and we’re so excited about the many directions these trends will take us through the next couple of months. Scroll on to peep the top five trends we’ll be sporting and get a chance to pick up some of our favorite new pieces! 

Take Tie-Dye Through September

While tie-dye has seen a surge of popularity over the last year, we don’t see it going anywhere for quite a while. Our newest tie-dye pieces are made to layer, mix and match, and even more summery pieces like the strapless romper above can easily be layered with a denim jacket to take you through those first fall breezes. 

CORDUROY EVERYTHING

Corduroy, the classic autumnal fabric, has been living the high life since its been increasingly incorporated across the fashion-scape over the last year or so. With more corduroy pieces than ever available at every price point, we love this fabric because it easily pulls in texture and visual interest to an outfit, even when you stick to solid colors like the cute pieces above. 

Tie @ the Waist

We love a good paper bag waist, not only because it always manages to pull together a flattering silhouette but also because it automatically adds structure and intentionality to a pair of pants that can otherwise exist at sweatpants-level comfort. We’ve been seeing tie-waist styles all over the place and don’t see this style going anywhere.

Stick to the Basics

With all of the crazy ’90s and ’00s patterns all the rage over the last few years, we’re seeing designers’ eyes drawn to beautifully cut basics and classic silhouettes. We’re all about it! A great basic is perfect for a statement piece or that killer Euphoria-inspired makeup look you’ve perfected, and whether it’s a bodysuit or classic crew-cut tee, we’re loving the simplicity this season.

Go Out Like It's 2002

It’s a dang miracle finding the perfect going out dress (or top, or pants) and once you’ve nabbed it there’s nothing holding you back from slamming vodka cran 3-for-1s or meeting your next bff. This fall we’re seeing 2000s-era trends diving straight into to nightlife-wear, centered around down-the-front (or back!) ruching and tube tops in millions of patterns and colors. Our favorite? This holographic number above.