New fall trends in women's fashion
WRITTEN BY Darja Maskin
To get a hold of the latest trends, we decided to guide you through them with our new fall-winter collection.
Fringing makes every move more dynamic and eye-catching. Adding this playful element to any style makes it more special, modern, and subtly playful. Lisa Yang uses fringing masterfully in her new fall collection.
Green color keeps its strong position in fashion, being a new black or at least a perfect addition to the basic palette. Combining greens with other colors is always the right choice. FTC Cashmere’s greens are both stylish and ecologically certified, as they express a relevant message that reflects an appreciation of nature.
There are brands whose hearts are true to the art of jeans and never fail to impress. Agolde and Citizens of Humanity both honor the best traditions of the genre yet constantly develop the design by creating unique details like criss-cross waistlines, asymmetrical rips, and fringed hems.
Erika Cavallini, FTC Cashmere, and House of Dagmar give answers to the question of what to wear on cold days. The most elegant and long-lasting solution is knitwear made of high-quality wool blends or cashmere: timeless cuts, minimalistic aesthetics, and gentleness to the skin.
Oversized clothing suits everyone; it’s just a matter of finding the suitable garment and cut. Relaxed coats, sweaters, cardigans, and jackets by House of Dagmar and Duno create mystery around your silhouette yet look feminine and attractive. Perfect for creating layered looks.
For those tired of “noisy fashion,” there is a cure in the form of the 90’s minimalism: accentuated body contours, clean design, and subtle variations in the basic concepts. Try items from House of Dagmar, Agolde, and Citizens of Humanity to add the 90s pure chic to your wardrobe.
Maxi skirts and coats become a fashion statement as soon as they enter the room. This length is feminine, practical, imposing, and easy to pair with various tops and shoes. We recommend Erika Cavallini, Lisa Yang, and House of Dagmar to those who like this timeless trend.