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Fashion Trends Of The Fall Season

Designers worked in exceedingly unusual circumstances, in a vacuum, catering to an audience whose lives are forever changed—and ultimately showed their collections virtually or in very intimate settings. And yet, creativity reigned. See what’s in store for next season in trend stories and shop key piece to add to your wardrobe now. There’s a Saint Laurent dress we’ll be dreaming about until it makes its way home to us and a Bottega Veneta puffer coat we simply can’t enter colder weather without.

Velvet Midi Dress:

The Winter Trends to Know and Shop for 2021. Leathers, velvet, and quilting take the lead. From leather to quilting to flashes of velvet, the key winter pieces are not never-been-seen, but novel circumstances mean the trends will be worn differently than in years prior.

Leather Midi Skirt:

So how do you wear a leather midi skirt? With a tucked-in blouse and pumps, it’s office-appropriate, or switch to sneakers for casual. With a slouchy sweater and booties or heels, it’s perfect for a brunch shower, a holiday celebration, or a winter dinner party.

Maxi Dress:

A maxi dress is a floor length dress that should fall on the top of the feet. Our new season maxi dresses come in a variety of styles to suit your body shape, height and the occasion. Whether you’re looking for an evening or daytime look, we’ve got long and short sleeved maxi dress styles perfect for any occasion.


While “sweatshirt” usually refers to a cotton or polyester garment, sometimes lined with fleece. Sweaters can be casual, or more formal. Sweatshirts are almost exclusively casual attire. At least in the United States, “sweater” typically means a knitted garment.

slip dress:

A slip dress is a woman’s dress that closely resembles an under slip or petticoat. It is traditionally cut on the bias, with spaghetti straps. The slip dress looked like an undergarment, but was intended to be seen, and through the use of lace and sheer elements.

puffer coat:

Puffer jackets, also called quilted jackets, have a signature quilted design with sections that are “puffy” between the stitching. They are filled with down insulation or synthetic fibers, both of which can provide a high level of warmth depending on how well they are made and the quality of the synthetic fibers.

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