Given our role as a fashion police, it’s part of our job to sift through the women’s fall fashion market to uncover gems to recommend to you and put into our value shopping marketplace, dear readers. As we’ve been scrolling through some of our favorite looks recently, we’ve actually been bookmarking some of those standout items that we’re particularly loving that we think you might be into as well.
Naturally, we’re here to share our women’s fall fashion shopping list with you. The items in question really do run the gamut. There’s everything from frilly sweaters, separates that will add a fun twist to any fall wardrobe to plaids that feel different from the rest to trendy sparkly looks. If you’re intrigued at what we’ve been curating, keep scrolling to check out my autumn shopping list. You may just spot a few pieces that you might want to consider adding into your fall wardrobe mix.
We have access to literally millions of looks from our network of global merchants and, based on fashion trends, we bring you the hottest styles. After tirelessly screening the top picks, we return to the app to showcase the trends and map out offerings for the fall season. Of course, this season is a bit different. With stay-at-home orders issued, folks are wearing fashion masks, there are some differences we’ve considered for the colder months. Here’s what we came up with.
With most of America working from home, a business on the top, party on the bottom aesthetic has developed. Keep up your professional appearance with a striking suit jacket while wearing your PJs beneath. It keeps you looking sharp where it matters while still luxuriating in your comfies.
For fall, designers gave their own takes on rebellious plaid prints. So, in keeping with our promise to deliver a value answer to those runway investment pieces, we’ve curated some sharp looks to keep you on point.
Pearls to Consider
We’ve seen pearly placements in past seasons, but there was more dedication to the trend for fall 2020. Subtle pearls finished coats at Gabriela Hearst. Full-on pearl-covered dresses cascaded down the Jil Sander runway. At Bottega Veneta, layers of fringe transformed body-con jersey knits. Thusly, we bring you this fab sweater adorned with the bivalve ornaments.
Frilly Everything Rocks
Fashion’s budding romance with Victorian-era details—ornate lace, billowing sleeves, and frilly, high-neck tops came to an apex this fall. Voluminous 18th-century bustle skirts walked the runways at Gucci, antique floral prints covered Norfolk-style jackets at Tory Burch, and cascading ruffle necklines were a focal point on Rodarte’s silky long-sleeve dresses. So, our answer is to bring you more frills than even die hard adventure seekers could handle.
Born to Sparkle
Designers sung the praises of slinky head-to-toe sequins, paying homage to the bygone days of disco. Bottega turned out sequins on full-length maxi dresses. There were sequin-encrusted midi-dresses with glittering Parisian neck-ties on Hedi Slimane’s Celine runway, while sequin shift dresses boogied down the catwalk at Marc Jacobs. And our response is these sparkly pants. You’re gonna be more awed than a monkey on a mountain of bananas.