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Fall Trends That Will Have You Looking Fabulous This Fall (and a Giveaway)

SheSpeaksTeam By SheSpeaksTeam 09.02.15
Fall Trends That Will Have You Looking Fabulous This Fall (and a Giveaway)
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Though you may not be hearing the rustle of leaves or feeling the crisp breeze yet, fall will soon be upon us. And with the new season, comes yet another fun excuse to go shopping for a few key pieces to add to the wardrobe. From pants with a little flare to fancy stoles, the season’s latest trends are sure to keep us nice and toasty while looking fabulous this fall. 

After you're done reading about the latest fall fashion trends, comment below to let us know your favorite styles to win a $100 gift card to American Express!

Runways everywhere are saying farewell to the skinny jean, ushering in a new era of roomier trousers. Some of the new pant styles are only flared at the hem (especially jeans) while other dressier styles have a wider leg from top to bottom. The new style has been making its way to the forefront of fashion for a while now with many denim looks giving us flashbacks from our bell-bottomed days of yore.

If you really want to make this look pop InStyle advises that you pair your flare with heels to help elongate your shape and keep you from tripping up on the hem. Whether you’re shopping for a flared pair of jeans or wide legged trousers, make sure they are high-wasted. This will make your legs look even longer and accentuate those glorious curves. A snug blouse or sweater and fall jacket (probably sitting in your closet right now) goes perfectly with this look.

And if you’re like us, the best part is yet to come - scarves! With all the different scarf styles, patterns and materials to choose from, accessorizing for the fall has never been more fun. The oversized scarf can double as a shawl, the infinity scarf is stylish and requires zero effort to tie, and a more traditional fall scarf can be tied in many ways to add a pop of color or texture to your outfit.

And if you want to channel a very chic old school look making its way back to the runway this fall, go ahead and wrap yourself in a faux fur stole. This look will add sophistication and style to any ensemble.

What do you think of some of the latest fall fashion trends this year?

Comment below with the fashion trend you are most looking forward to trying out this fall for a chance to win a $100 gift card to American Express!

Giveaway is now open through 9/15 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Winner will be chosen randomly by 9/18 and will be notified by email.

 

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  • LSDelmont By LSDelmont
    09.02.15  

    SCARVES!!! I collect and LOVE scarves! I have all materials, colors, styles...etc...The last time I counted I had over 50! I know, I'm worse than a shoe lover!

  • aubs78 By aubs78
    09.02.15  

    I feel like I've seen these trends before. Nothing new really. In fact, kind of boring in my opinion.

  • TNTIBOS By TNTIBOS
    09.02.15  

    Yippee, FAREWELL to the skinny jeans. I hope the guys hear about this. I really hate seeing young men in skinny jeans! I will be wearing lots of scarves!

  • ladyp3 By ladyp3
    09.02.15  

    I love the look of scarves. Hopefully I will be wearing more of mine this Fall!

  • Jenny391 By Jenny391
    09.02.15  

    Love the bell-bottom jeans since I would never in a million years wear skinny jeans. I never stopped wearing the boot cut because it's just more flattering!

  • peter26 By peter26
    09.02.15  

    Can't wait to wear scarves again.

  • Zenas3 By Zenas3
    09.02.15  

    scarves, scarves and more scarves, gotta keep building my scarf wardrobe!

  • ConnieB By ConnieB
    09.02.15  

    I like scarves how they look on most people..so I like this trend. The other two trends for this year I am not so sure of. :)

  • brendasgreenenvy By brendasgreenenvy
    09.02.15  

    I love the flaired jeans look, wow.

  • Lydia1974 By Lydia1974
    09.02.15  

    Faux fur stole is the way to go. I like that it can also be a pop of color during an often drab season.

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