Summer is almost over, and while we’ll certainly miss soaking up the sun with a drink in hand, we’re already excited about the upcoming season in style. That’s right, with fall just around the corner, now’s the perfect time to shop for an entirely new wardrobe filled with stylish sweaters and jackets. This season, brands such as Balenciaga, Gucci and Louis Vuitton all have stunning collections that will make you want the temperature to drop. From oversized coats to statement dresses, here are the 10 style trends we’re most looking forward to for fall.
Ever since Balenciaga’s puffy jacket caught our eye, we can’t get enough of them. Though it rarely gets too cold in Hong Kong, the idea of wrapping ourselves up in a stylish Burberry or Chanel jacket is all we can think about right now.
Time after time, velvet always seems to find its way back into our closets; now, this fabric is one of the season’s hottest trends and comes in a variety of silhouettes. From 3.1 Philip Lim suits to sleek dresses by Rochas and Valentino, fall has it all.
There’s a new look for women this fall, and it just so happens that it’s menswear-inspired. The structural suits from Balenciaga and Max Mara or the oversized coats at Gucci are all stylish and a great way to add a masculine edge to your look.
From the wall onto your clothes, wallpaper designs have found their way onto clothes in all shapes and sizes. Christian Dior and Lanvin focus on eye-catching silhouettes, while Gucci is all about the colours.
Louis Vuitton, Vetements and Versace have reinvented streetwear in a fashionable and contemporary way. From oversized hoodies to edgy dresses, when it comes to earning your street credit, these brands are the way to go.
Give your wardrobe a Victorian twist with sheer fabrics, puffy shoulders and structural silhouettes. Loewe, Simone Rocha and Louis Vuitton have all created designs that pay tribute to the era without looking like costume pieces.
Sometimes we just need to add a bit of shine to our closets without going full-sequin. Glossy materials took over the catwalks at Proenza Schouler, Lacoste and Nina Ricci, we love seeing these shiny pieces make a return.
You don’t have to go skiing to wear your favourite winter sweater. For fall, Emilio Pucci, Chloé and Peter Pilotto have been inspired by the Alps with oversized sweaters and traditional prints.
Shearling is a favourite amongst many designers, who create a retro feel to contemporary designs that turns them into true statement pieces. Balenciaga, Cedric Charlier and Carven all know how to make a winter coat look stylish.