It’s no secret that fall is absolute heaven for the fashionista. There’s something about the cooler days, colorful leaves, and cute clothes in every store that makes a girl want to strut out of the house wearing the season’s hottest styles.
I for one also adore my fall weekend tradition of leafing through the pages of the innumerable fashion magazines out there in the world. And for whatever reason, they’re more on top of their game than ever in the fall time. That’s completely expected, given that the runway shoes and Fashion Weeks across the world are some of the most anticipated events in the season.
It’s easy to lust after the trends showcased on the runway, but it isn’t easy to recreate them for everyday wear (and on a budget, too). In this post I want to show you how to capture the major fashion trends for fall 2014. I’ve combined each of the various trends into three different, but timeless, looks: girly, classic, and edgy.
Here’s what’s trending for Fall 2014:
LOOK ONE: Girly
In this look, I combined three of the major trends on the runway: 60s fashion, leopard print, and sparkly shoes.
Dress: H&M * Tights: H&M * Shoes: Nicole Miller * Earrings: Forever21
LOOK TWO: Classic
This is for all you J. Crew girls out there. This look makes me feel like I stepped right out of the catalogue. This look includes pastels, menswear inspired pieces, and the color blue – which is huge this season.
Blazer: H&M * Blouse: H&M * Skirt: J. Crew * Tights: H&M * Earrings: New York & Company * Oxfords: Aldo
LOOK THREE: Edgy
In my final look for you guys, I combined three runway trends: leather, plaid, and gray. This is definitely a go-to outfit for when you want a little kick to spice up your daily look.
Jacket: Forever21 * Sweater: Forever21 * Skirt: Forever21 * Necklace: H&M * Tights: H&M * Booties: H&M
Hope you liked my post! Comment below, and let me know which of your looks or trends was your favorite!
Coming up on my blog within the next couple of weeks is my monthly iPsy bag review (spoiler: LOVE) as well as a special Halloween post!
Thank you for reading and have a great week! (But here are some photos of Daisy because I can’t help myself)