Top Fall 2020 Fashion Trends & Best Runway Looks

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I’m a big planner, and while my planning my looks isn’t my top priority amongst all the things life throws my way, I definitely try to keep my eyes peeled for the latest trends. Seasonal fashion weeks dictate how I shop right now and stock up for the year ahead.

While most stores stock the wares we saw last season right now, I’m already thinking ahead to what will be big by the end of the year. This doesn’t necessarily mean I’m skipping a season, but I’m seeing what will translate well from my spring/summer wardrobe well into next spring.

Luckily, there are key industry players in fashion who move the proverbial needle when it comes to what will be the next Instagram big-hit. Last year, we saw our feeds flood with a sea of tiny bags. This year, we’ll be seeing a lot more of the following:

Lots of shoulder action, with the body part going bare in one shoulder get-ups.

Luxuriously rich fabrics, like silks in jewel tones.

Trusty tailoring and reliable staples, like cigarette pants and well-fitting blazers.

Puffed sleeves are having a day, marrying pretty drama with romanticism.

Monochromatic head-to-toe loud color looks are proving to be a go-to of the fashion crowd.

Enjoy all that glitters, because the runways are seeing a lot more glitzy gilded outfits and marigold vibes.

Colorful (faux) leather pieces are all the rage.

Little florals will speckle everything, so start stocking up.

Pair your dresses with some pants.

Lots, and LOTS, of ruffles.

There’s a lot of fringe on the runways, so scope out pieces with plenty of it.

Bermudas are making a comeback, but we’re not really there for it.

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Nataliya Ogle


Nataliya Ogle likes making sure others live to their full potential. She publishes articles on her primary website and works as a freelance writer for other women's interest sites. Her physical body is in New York but her presence can almost always be found online. The internet is her first love.

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