Fun Fall Day Dress Trends

There’s nothing quite like the crisp, chilly winds of fall, when it’s not too hot, and not too cold. It’s the perfect season to begin experimenting with new looks and practicing your layering, and wearing billowy dresses that allow you to enjoy the autumn breeze.

With that in mind, here are some beautiful trends you should try this season:

1. Florals in Neutral Tones
We often associate floral dresses with the spring, but fall is also a great time to showcase this trend – provided that it’s all done in a neutral tone! This floral printed dress from Closet London has the perfect shape for fall, accentuating the curves of the body, and yet allowing for beautiful movement. The print is also done in a nice neutral tone that makes it easy to layer it with other key pieces like cardigans and scarves, as well as a long pendant necklace. That pop of yellow also adds a hint of fun.

2. Retro Chic
This season’s street style trends dictate that 1970s chic will be big again, and investing in a dress with a retro pattern should also prove to be a wise choice. This dress from Matthew Williamson, who recently teamed up with fashion aggregate Lyst to launch his new collection could be a good start. Williamson said that the edit “taps into my design DNA,” noting that “women like Talitha Getty and Loulou de la Falaise in the Seventies came to mind during the design process,” and the length of the dress also falls into other autumn trends.

3. Comfortable Knits
We all love a good, comfortable sweater, and for the fall, we can all enjoy wearing knit sweater dresses. This dress from Eliza J would be a great choice, as it takes away from the usual boring, plain sweat dress and adds the classy, classic element of black-and-white stripes. Paired with some bright-coloured accessories, this dress could look great for a fun day out, but at the same time, layering more neutral tones could create an elegant look for the workplace.

What other fall fashion trends are you aware of? Do you have a favourite go-to dress for the fall?

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