So, let's start taking stock of the trends for the Fall/Winter 2021 fashion shows!
Coats are always a cold weather necessity, and we all go through cold weather! You definitely won't feel the cold this winter with all the long coats that appeared on the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Week. Whether you go for John Galliano's deconstructed style for Maison Margiela, or Loewe's military style. Ordering an oversized coat is sure to give you a real kick out of the wide coats that are popular for fall 2021.
Edgy shoulders are the ultimate power trend of the season. Maybe the shoulders are strong, but in many cases, square and triangular shoulders are the way to go for the look. (Take avant-garde designer Daniel Del Core, for example, who literally gave his wearers a pair of wings.)
There are many shawls to choose from this season! If you like sequined embroidered options, Miu Miu is your best bet. If you prefer a simple white cape, just check out the Emilia Wickstead or Roland Murray shows. Finally, Givenchy and Valentino's love of capes is worth mentioning.
Ruffles may be a classic Victorian must-have, and they're definitely appealing to us this season. fall/winter 2021 fashion trends feature cascading ruffles that are a little more classic than the cascading cake-like embellishments of the past - though just as delicious to look at. Whether it was the extra ruffles on Celine shirts at the show or Chanel's angled plunging tops, the wavy ruffles easily elevated anything that added them.
Whether it's a gold-plated dress, chainmail gown or metallic suit, metallic fashion seems ready to satisfy our craving for metal. Shows from Oscar de la Renta, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino and Versace, it's easy to pick a metallic dress.
This year, they're back and bigger than ever. Big puffy sleeves became popular during the confinement, however, for Fall 2021 they are moving from the slightly more sophisticated look we saw to a full-fledged oval sphere. London Fashion Week seems to be particularly pushing this trend ......
The plain pleated skirt has designers itching to add it to their collections - and you should hurry up and add it to your closet too. Whether you want to wear it with a classic polo shirt or a plain t-shirt, the pleated skirt will add a casual chic look to any outfit.
Tulle has become the guest star of this fall/winter runway. Dries Van Noten (Dries Van Noten) used a lot of tulle taffeta on his runway, while Carolina Herrera (Carolina Herrera) used the fabric at the bottom of her evening dresses.
You can show off some skin (and feel the fresh air) during the fall and winter seasons. This is a popular trend for spring/summer and swimwear. (The main styles for the fall/winter season are knit sweaters and blouses, which are probably warmer than any other styles.)
Unlike last September, vintage tank tops are a big trend for fall/winter. After all, this season lends itself to more layers, and a cozy, warm undershirt is always the best place to start. At the show, you could go for the deconstructed style of 3.1 Phillip Lim, the oversized style of Apiece Apart, or the collegiate style of Jason Wu. Whatever you choose, pair it with a maxi skirt and a fun pair of boots to easily create a quick and stylish outfit.
It's time to bring out all the leather you have stashed in your closet, because the fall 2021 fashion trends herald a leather renaissance! From The Matrix-style black leather trench coats to highly saturated, richly colored leathers, the fabric is everywhere this season.
When the weather turns cold this winter, get ready to wrap up everything but your shoulders. The designers at Milan Fashion Week seemed particularly determined to convince us that strapless isn't just for spring and summer. So, brave the cold this winter.
Simple bohemian style with a touch of sophistication is the current trend for Fall/Winter 2021. Embroidery, rich fabrics and "hippie" accessories are being prioritized in the shows, from Etro to Chloe.
It's a sustainable fashion trend, and designers as diverse as Chloe's Gabriela Hearst, Marine Serre, Moschino's Jeremy Scott and Coach's Stuart Vevers are using scraps from warehouses and unused rags from past collections into upcycled collage garments. Sustainable clothing also emphasizes personal expression and allows you to stand out in what you wear.