As the weather gets more brisk, I always love to see what trends I can add to my closet for the season. Are you one who buys trends? Where do you shop for them? I know other ladies who will buy at less expensive places to add a trend or two to their closets, as they don’t always see them as lasting. I beg to differ with some of these trends being great pieces to add to your closet anyway. I’ve included several links to share older posts where I am wearing some of these trends.
Knit Separates –
Remember the 1950s twin set? The soft knit shell and shorter buttoned cardigan that would go with it? Well, it has been given an updated modern look for 2020 and I am seeing them everywhere. I kind of laugh at the shorts or wool underwear as I call it, but , hey, if it’s about lounging around the house, I would wear em 🙂 . I love the cardigan/knit tank they are showing as pairs, and I can see how they would be great serparately as well. Take the tank and wear it over a button down blouse. There, it acts as a kind of knit vest.
I love the knit sweater above, but would only wear these knit shorts ( undies) in the house with a roaring fire in the living room. LOL.
This set is also Zara, and I would love to wear this with a high waisted leather skirt for Fall.
Since faux leather’s popularity, I Have been a fan. I had a pair of faux leather pants, back in the day and loved to dress them up for nigh. In my closet, I now have many faux leather pieces that are great staples to add to your closet for Fall. From faux leather leggings, to pencil skirts and blazers, I am a fan. It all comes down to the quality of the piece. I love a more substantial thicker quality, as it lends itself to a more leather-like look.
Above, leather and faux leather blazers are big this Fall. Great with trousers, jeans, skirts, dresses, you can style them with anything. This blazer, I linked up from BLANKNYC, and it is a faux-leather one. I am wearing an XS or size 2, going down a size
I don’t know why, but slouchy boots almost remind me of leg warmers. Remember bunching your legwarmers to keep warm. They can create a very stylish modern look, if you like this style.
Plaid, tartan, buffalo plaid, there are a lot of plaid prints out there and are always a favorite Fall staple of mine. I love Fall colors in a plaid blazer, adding a feminine cami underneath with jeans. An easy and put together look! Plaid is showing in dresses, sweaters, jackets, and pants these days.
I think Fringe is one of those things you either love or hate. Maybe there is a middle ground? Fringe is showing on coats, sweaters, and was always big on Boho bags. Are you a fringe fan?
My favorite in this mix are the faux-leather and plaid, and I would like to try the knit pieces.
Which would you wear of these Fall 2020 Trends?
Have a great weekend!