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3 Fall 2023 Fashion Trends You’ll Want to Wear Right Now

3 Fall 2023 Fashion Trends You’ll Want to Wear Right Now

Diving headfirst into the latest fall trends feels a lot like hitting a fashion reset button, especially when designers deliver exciting runway shows. This year’s Fall/Winter collections were full of bold colors, statement silhouettes, and updated basics you can mix and match in endless fresh fall ‘fit combos.

While there’s always a brand new seasonal piece worth splurging on, brands like Moschino, Vivienne Westwood, and Gucci went so far above and beyond that we’re worried for our bank accounts. Fall 2023’s biggest fashion trends were luxe enough to make our mouths water. Don’t ask us to pick our favorite look. It simply can’t be done.

Along with covetable fall pieces, this season’s runway shows featured plenty of clothing you likely already own. While many designers focused on layering seasonal go-to’s like cardigans and blazers, there were plenty of looks that relied on summer staples, including slinky dresses and strapless tops. Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best fall fashion trends of 2023 to get your ‘fit rotation primed for sweater weather and beyond.

1. Rich Red

The boldest color trend to walk this season’s runway, red was everywhere during fall Fashion Week. This year, monochromatic looks reigned supreme, from Stella McCartney’s cool-toned separates to Ester Manas’s warm-toned halter and fringe skirt.

2. The Peplum 2.0

We saw this one coming. The return of the peplum is well underway and, for fall, the divisive design isn’t limited to tops. At Christopher Kane, Edwardian-adjacent ruffles added flounce to pencil skirts. Paco Rabanne gave a nod to Victorian pocket hoops with ultra-modern metallic fringe while Balmain and Moschino’s peplum tops took cues from the hip fins and panniers of old-school corsetry

3. High Water Hemlines

2023 has seen maxiskirts become more dramatic while minis have gotten even shorter and more daring. For fall, designers offered an alternative ankle-skimming hemline that combines the best of both worlds. At Prada, the tea-length skirts had a flirty, petticoat flounce to them, while Dior delivered a sweeping, pleated variation with tons of movement.

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