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As we park this season. Spring / summer fashion trendsIt’s time to dump her and move on. While February’s fashion month was far from the extravagant things we’re used to, with massive digital shows, it still gives us a good idea of the Fall Trends 2021 that we have in our closets. Should be added.
The message is clear: Now that the lockdown is over, we must celebrate as much and as boldly as possible. With track suit and knitted separately, mini skirt, sequin jump suit and bold pink gown. Straight catwalk down your path.
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Fall Trends 2021: Large Size Knitting
Get ready to be comfortable this winter, as designers are turning to XXL this season for maximum comfort and style. While the key pieces include chunky cardigans and large scarves, if you are going to invest in one piece, make it a knitwear. While for the AW20, it was all about SLINKY LBDs with cutout details, for the AW21, the likes of Chloé, The Row, Gabriela Hearst, Proenza Schouler and Fendi have the support of a smooth, wide style.
Fall Trends 2021: New Out.
Don’t be fooled by the above trend, lounge wear is not an option this season, the designers are celebrating the end of the lockdown by taking our party attire to new heights. It’s not for the wall flowers, if you’re going out, it’s being watched and not disappearing into the crowd. Stella McCartney gave a serious disco vibe from her second jump suit, while Burberry, Alberta Ferretti and Moshino will be proud of the glittering gold and silver ball gown Dolly Parton.
Autumn Trends 2021: Monochrome Saturation
Lilac was the shadow of Fall 2020, but for 2021, things are definitely less pressing. Think of head-to-toe foot color in as many dressing schools as possible. In Roxanda, it was translated into oversized coral and citrus maxi dresses, while Versach blew the hedgehogs down the runway into neon mini dresses complete with tights, shoes and manicures. Even the usually silent Burberry Catwalk was full of red, pink and blue sins. Her best dressing.
Autumn Trends 2021: Gray
If you think colored pops are best kept in the summer months, that’s fine, because there were plenty of ‘safe’ shades on the Virtual Catwalk this season, from your classic badges and blacks. Slightly more imaginative brown. For style notes, check out Schiaparelli, Acne Studios, Chloe or Burberry, who gave us a master class in Tunnel Learning.
Autumn Trends 2021: Puff Mania.
Our obsession with puffer jackets shows no sign of disappearing, and I love this year’s casual trend. Rick Owens sent models under a catwalk wrapped in puffer caps, while Isabel Marant put on an 80’s signature cut coat. Even Louis Vuitton and Kite are joining the action, a sign that you can no longer ignore it.
Fall Trends 2021: Mini Skirts.
Whether skirts or dresses, hems are going up, up, up this season, as we celebrate our re-entry into society – yes, our legs have been hidden in track suits for so long. Don’t worry about those who block this thigh skimming style, especially after many years of being the king of Madi. As shown in Fendi, Chanel and Versace, it is important to pair it with tights, even if you get some chucky boots. Also check out Dolce & Gabbana and Tom Ford for some killer styles.
Fall Trends 2021: Logo Mania.
If you can’t tell the designer, is there any point in wearing it? The answer, as it turns out, is no. After being out of fashion a few seasons ago, they are now back with vengeance, to find in the archives of their heritage logos like Gucci, Balmain, Chanel and Fendi, all of them jumpsuits, knitwear, coats. And to print on accessories.
Autumn Trends 2021: Power Suiting.
Nothing signals a return to the office like a perfectly made suit, and it seems that many of them are still knocking. In Victoria Beckham, the story revolved around unshakable high-waisted pants and blazers, while at 3.1 flip lim, a gender-neutral oversized checkered suit reigned supreme. Stella McCartney went for the pastel colors, while Regina Pew presented the perfect classic camel suit. The best reason to leave home.