Sunkissedcoconut shares the top 6 fall-winter fashion trends


NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 15, 2021 / – The fall / winter fashion shows that took place in June-September showcased exquisite looks that combine style and comfort in an extravaganza of on-trend pieces. In the aftermath of the pandemic, this year’s fashion shows were digital and demonstrated creative presentation approaches, such as short films and augmented reality concepts.

Not only that, but they also featured collections that focused more on adaptability than anything else, echoing the new normal.

So, unearth the old photos of grandparents because this fall and winter, witness the return to fashion of some of the most iconic garments such as acid wash jeans, pleated skirts and waistcoats. father with a modern twist.

Collected the biggest fashion trends seen in Fashion Weeks to help update the Fall / Winter wardrobe.

Avant-garde knits

Summer 2021 was brightened up with knits in groovy colors and versatile shapes, from skirts and sets of dresses to vests and tote bags. The fall / winter season will continue to celebrate knitwear in comfortable yet flattering silhouettes.

Ulla Johnson and Bevza’s long sweater dresses make sweaters fun and sexy, and Fendi’s long knit skirt and dark gray cropped top open us to the magic of accessorization. Pair the oversized mesh dress with chunky ladies’ boots and a faux fur bag for a more casual look, or add a touch of luxe to the tie-dye cable-knit sweater with off-white flare pants and women’s boots in nylon to the knees.

The vests are back

Maybe it’s time to dig into grandpa’s wardrobe because knit cardigans are making a comeback! But this time around, the designers are revisiting the preppy vintage look to deliver a versatile, ready-to-wear look that is definitely all the rage on Instagram.

Some of the designers who pioneered the presentation of avant-garde knits at New York Fashion Week (NYFW), such as Bevza and PH5, also wear the cardigan. From eye-catching patterns to unique shapes, fashion gurus point us to the best style trends. 70s flares, 90s striped tees and chunky boots are the perfect addition to a basic vest. Layering is also on trend with this on-trend piece, from a classic white shirt underneath to a chic ski puffer jacket on top.

Pleated skirt

The inner schoolgirl is set to make her debut this fall in elegantly tailored pleated skirts. But this basic business attire is beyond the uniform. A revival of Princess Diana’s timeless taste, the pleated skirt has character, grace and a sultry touch.

During this fashion season, the designers showed us just how versatile the pleated skirt can be. 3.1 Phillip Lim’s maxi skirt paired with an elegant tie-front shirt exuded royalty, while Dior’s dreamy pleated skirt in night forest hues paired with a blue cutout sweater was a true delight. These design inspirations should be on everyone’s fall / winter fashion agenda.

Chic skiing

Gear up because back to ski school!

Oversized down jackets, coats and parkas are the highlight of this season. If the slightest worry could be cold this winter, fashion designers are here to help. This thermal statement piece transcends the warm mountain vibe in an urban scenario.

The ready-to-wear collection embraced the freshness of skiing in stunning alpine settings. Filmed boldly among the snow-capped peaks of Cortina d’Ampezzo in the Dolomite Alps, the fashion show accentuates the contrast between the warm inside and the cold outside in a mix of layered silk dresses, daring knits and faux fur mittens, topped with exceptional ski jackets in nudes, lilacs and blues.

Louis Vuitton, Brunello Cucinelli and Chanel, among many others, did not hesitate to redesign the basic down jacket either. There is no doubt that slipping into the urban runaway in style and comfort this winter.

Patchwork & crafts

Sustainability meets craftsmanship in this bold, chic and extravagant fall / winter trend. As environmental awareness has been a hot topic in the fashion industry and beyond for quite some time now, designers are coming up with ways to bring sustainable design practices to the fore.

This season, the patchwork that uses scraps of unused fabrics or past collections is a hit. Of course, the trend has been embraced by some of the more extravagant designers like Jeremy Scott from Moschino, Stuart Vevers from Coach and Gabriela Hearst from Chloe. Their upcycled and vibrant collage clothes showed us that prints, geometric patterns, and lots of color aren’t to be feared.

From floral dresses to quilted coats, patchwork clothing offers a unique bohemian look that will stand out in a crowd. Since this is such a trendy piece, you can tone it down by wearing a pair of classic black chelsea boots or knee high boots paired with a mini skirt.

Jeans on jeans

In case you haven’t received the memo yet, denim is back! Designers take a nostalgic look at ’90s baggy grunge jeans,’ 80s acid wash look, and ’70s flares, while oh-so-done skinny jeans are put on hold.

But it’s not just jeans that embrace the denim revival. Exciting Japanese label Sacai by Chitose Abe paraded a stellar denim look from head to toe, and Alberta Ferretti followed in her footsteps. Rent Clutch and Erin Beatty reinvented denim in intricate shapes during NYFW. Jeans, cardigans and asymmetrical skirts have played with the patchwork trend to facilitate an exquisite bohemian look, which can easily be replicated at home as long as you harness your creative flair. Dream jeans!

With these standout fashion trends, be sure to rock the street runway with style, comfort and a fluid groove!
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