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The Latest Fall Trends from New York Fashion Week

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Now when the New York Fashion Week is over it’s time to forecast what is going to be trendy next year. Although it is still not clear what styles the masses will favor most, this week’s fashion shows featured several recurring looks that inevitably will become the trend. While the high-fashion Fall 2016 runways exhibited some holdovers from the previous fall season like off-the-shoulder, thoughtful layering and statement fur, there was definitely something new (chokers, excessive ruffles) worth considering.

In general, most designers ignored the season presenting fall clothing that was rather springlike. Probably this trend is explained by the exceptionally warm weather found on most of the U.S. territory. Most fall collections included florals, strapless tops, slip dresses and off-the-shoulder tops that are typical for summer season. Of course, coats were present on fall runways as well, though there were no chunky knits or wintry trousers typically worn during cold weather. So, if you would like to know what to wear this fall to look ultra fashionable below are the biggest trends from NYFW you might want to follow.


This fall designers like Jill Stuart and Cushnie et Ochs demonstrated looks that incorporated structured high-fashion ruffles. The ruffles did not destroy proportions and were pretty wearable.

Statement Fur

Fur lovers can rejoice as both real and faux fur in various forms was frequently spotted on fall runways. What really impressive is the use of vibrant colors and bold prints that are really eye catching. Those who favor the street style are sure to love Michael Kors’ floral fur and J.Crew’s cotton candy coat.

Shearling Bombers

The collections of Altuzarra and Kate Spade featured classic aviator-style shearling jackets worn with practically everything, including midi dresses and kick flares.

Shades of Tan

If you ask what is the main color of Fall 2016 it is the color of tan and all shades of it ranging from muted khaki to soft camel. So be prepared to see lots of pants, knits, skirts, and outerwear done up in it.


The off-the-shoulder cuts were a real hit in the retail throughout 2015 and Spring ’16. And for Fall 2016 designers showcased dramatic blouses and chic dresses with the feminine silhouette.

Gold Metallic

Many designers favored gold metallics. On Fall 2016 runways there were plenty of them, including a lamé-like sheer maxi, as well as gold tops to wear with slouchy tan pants and flat slides.

Turtlenecks Under Dresses

The mega-trend of the season is wearing long-sleeve shirts layered under dresses. This is easy to do and allows you show off those low-cut cocktail dresses, slinky slips and glitzy sequins in broad daylight.

Plaid Overcoats

Tartan is an indispensible attribute of all fall runways, but this year Calvin Klein and Victoria Beckham used muted, much subtler versions of plaid, and not only on coats but on cocktail dresses as well.


Whether you opt for a skinny silk scarf or a chunky choker, do remember to wear something like that around your neck with button-down blouses or cocktail dresses.

Dusty Pink & Yellow

To create some autumn feel designers Ulla Johnson and Delpozo used this ultra modern color combination with separates like turtlenecks and coats.


The updated version of the dowdy pantsuit is slim, stylish, and necessarily colorful. Such outfit is suitable for both a night out and the boardroom.

Fall Florals

Discarding minimalism typically associated with fall collections many designers used small yet bold floral prints on practically everything, from sweatshirts and skirts to sweeping dresses.

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