The Fall 2022 Fashion Trends You Need to Know

Fashion Trends with the capital “F” is officially back. Let’s face it: the runway hasn’t been as fascinating as it once was in previous seasons. With fewer in-person presentations, the rise of viral style stars (thank you, TikTok), and a decline in red-carpet extravagance, there’s been plenty of reason to go elsewhere for costume inspiration. If you’ve been away from the fashion show circuit for a while, the fascinating fall/winter collections are a reminder that it’s time to come back.

Fashion Trends

This season was a study in opposites, with large and body-shrouding pieces here and tight and titillating pieces there. In some aspects, it’s completely controlled, but in others, it’s campy and collegiate. With so many options, it’s a true invitation to find your own niche. Continue reading to learn about the autumn 2022 trends you should be aware of, ones that will rekindle your desire to get dressed and feel beautiful while doing so.

Fashion Trends: Restraint in the 1990s

Because fashion is cyclical if this trend reminds you of the ’90s, we’re sorry, but they’re back with a vengeance. When it comes to the Fall 2022 fashion trends, designers have gone all in on the ’90s style, a motif that has been boiling away for the previous several seasons.

Fashion Trends: Restraint in the 1990s

 

Fashion Trends: Only Brown

We give black a lot of credit for its unparalleled adaptability, but after seeing the downpour of similarly versatile brown on the runways, we’re ready to declare it’s an excessive quantity. Shades that appeared to have been taken from nature—mocha at Michael Kors, dark chocolate at Givenchy, and hickory at Hermès—were found in homogenous masses. A parachute dress by Diesel arrived in a café noir colour that was so deep that a brief peek under dark lighting had us thinking, “Was that black?” What is our takeaway? This chilly colour has the potential to become a more valuable (and very wearable) hue.

Fashion Trends: Only Brown

 

Fashion Trends: SEQUINS

If you thought sequins were only for Christmas, guess again: sparkling paillettes are returned and are absolutely everywhere. Bottega Venetta, Altuzarra, and Carolina Herrara showcased high-shine outfits with head-to-toe sequins for the Fall Winter 2022 fashion trends emerging on the runways. From Altuzarra’s gigantic mermaid-like scales to metallic brights, this isn’t a trend for shrinking violets – more is certainly more!

Fashion Trends: SEQUINS

“The ultimate celebration of sparkle and glamour, sequin items are a terrific opportunity to get adventurous with your styling,” says Farrah-May Archer, Styling Team Lead at Stitch Fix UK(opens in new tab).

MINI SKIRT

The tiny skirt trend from last season is sticking around for the winter. The short hemline, on the other hand, is returning to school for a preppy touch, making it great for exploring what Dark Academia style is this season. Think tweeds, checks, and pleats reminiscent of your elementary school uniform. Are you concerned about getting your legs out? Paula provides the following advice: “A lot of ladies are afraid to wear shorter skirts as they become older. If you’re not feeling confident, channel Chanel by wearing a pair of high-denier tights in black or an earthy tone with a shorter length. The tights will create a sleek profile on your legs, performing as some of the greatest shapewear.

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MINI SKIRT

 

 BIG COAT

A new coat is a wonderful way to update your winter wardrobe, and the runways were filled with faux fur, bright colours, and interesting patterns in a variety of shapes and sizes. Considered an investment item with a higher price tag, it can be hard to pick which of the finest coat trends in 2022 will work for you. Put on vibrant colours, fluffy faux furs, and eye-catching designs to give a flash of colour to an otherwise basic outfit – without even trying!

 

BOMBER JACKETS

The bomber jacket is a transitional style mainstay that may easily give the top leather and denim jackets a run for their money when it comes to favoured Fall fashion cover-ups. The bomber jacket has a naturally retro and sporty style that combines beautifully with black jeans or leather leggings, adding an immediately stylish feel to any appearance.

Written BY Ishita Das

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