Fall Trends That You Can Actually Wear

Why fit in, when you were born to stand out.

- Anna Wintour

It's that time of year again when you need to start transitioning your wardrobe from Summer to Fall/Winter. Due to COVID affairs, some of us aren't even getting as much wear out of our wardrobe as we would like to. Believe it or, not there are things still happening despite the pandemic. However, there are a lot of people who still need to get dressed to impress. You never know if you'll get invited to a small gathering, or if work will still be having that holiday soiree. In the event that you do, you should know what to shop for in lieu of this crazy pandemic.

We all had a chance to be front row because Fashion Week was virtual this year for obvious reasons. When it comes to " style trends" we all know that they come and, go. More often they come back around again and end up being worn in different ways than the seasons before. With that said, there are always suggested clothes and colors that glide down the runways of virtual fashion shows These looks are naturally the inspiration for the season. Check out a list of a few of 2020's Fall Trends That You Can Actually Wear.

Metallic - Metallic is very much a Fall/ Winter staple that always ends up on the list. Mix high shine satin pieces with a leather jacket or, denim.

Prep - Think schoolgirl chic from the upper east side of New York. It's collegiate style vest with argyle print and the yellow plaid skirt suit from the movie Clueless with an over-the-knee boot.

Patchwork - Go for a play on patterns with vintage patchwork in dresses and even denim. Definitely gives 70's vibes with mixed prints and color blocks fabrics..

Plaid - Scottish plaid is another print that we see in Fall/Winter. This time it's with a classic 90's vibe. Wear a tartan plaid print button-up with a combat boot.

Capes- Capes are so versatile as an outerwear layering piece. Cape silhouettes can be goth, retro, or equestrian. Wear with leggings and a riding boot or a dress with a pump.