Summer is soon coming to an end which means falls arrival is approaching. Its my second favorite season because…you guessed it all the fashions! Fall 2015 brings a Victorian and Bohemian feel of this particular era while letting us enjoy fringe and plaid designs for yet another season.
See our list of fashion trends everybody will be wearing this fall and winter.
Designers had an eclectic mix of boho looks from long-sleeved dresses to floral prints layered atop more floral prints.
From left to right: Burberry Prorsum, Tory Burch, Anna Sui
Looks like designers put their own spin on the cape trend so theres many to choose from.
From left to right: Dolce & Gabbana, BCBG Max Azria, Nanette Lepore
The black and white windowpane has such a classic and sophisticated look to it. Its been placed on everything from trench coats to evening gowns.
From left to right: Chanel, Balenciaga, Sacai
4. Wes Anderson Style
Designers like Gucci and Etro seemed to have a Wes Anderson heroine or two in mind when designing their ready to wear collection. Think Margot Tenenbaum from The Royal Tenenbaums and Suzy Bishop from Moonrise Kingdom.
From left to right: Gucci, Lacoste, Etro
This season, designers went back centuries for inspiration. High neck blouses, ruffles, lace, bright colors, and leather details were especially popular.
From left to right: Giles, Giambattista Valli, Alexander McQueen
6. Car Wash Skirts
The new way to show off your pleats this fall. Think of it as a more polished fringe look.
From left to right: Christian Dior, Thakoon, Tommy Hilfiger
7. Red Plaid
Is never odd to see plaid on the fall/winter runways but red plaid is definitely having its moment.
From left to right: Alexander Wang, Chanel, Marc by Marc Jacobs
8. The Pussy Bow
This skinny scarf can work just about anywhere like work attire for the office or a full-on gown for a charity event.
From left to right: Emilio Pucci, Chanel, Bottega Veneta
With so many colors and shades to choose from, several designers opted to create an ultimate style mashup of bold colors, textures, and cool prints.
From left to right: Nina Ricci, Etro, Salvatore Ferragamo
1o. Mod Squad
The 60s mod revival is all about bold prints, bright colors, and showing some leg.
From left to right: Giambattista Valli, Jonathan Saunders, Calvin Klein Collection
11. Into the Gray
Monocromatic in gray is the chicest thing you can do this season.
From left to right: Wes Gordon, Lacoste, Proenza Schouler
12. Fur Collars
Fur was everywhere this season but one of the most popular trends was an adornment around the neck.
From left to right: Jason Wu, Altuzarra, Rodarte
13. Fringe Obsessed
Fringe has been trending for the past several seasons but it came back in a big way this time. Over 100 designers used fringe in some way this season.
From left to right: Ralph Lauren, Burberry Prorsum, Nina Ricci
14. Earthy Tones
This seasons color trends revolves around natural, earthy tones. Colors like brown, olive green, and burnt orange were popular in the 70s.
MORE: Top 10 Color Trends for Fall/Winter 2015-2016
From left to right: Michael Kors, Stella McCartney, Celine
15. Duster Coats
Coats hit the floor yet again this season coming in every color, shape, and style.
From left to right: Maison Margiela, Balmain, Marni
The very 70s wide-leg cropped pants ruled the runways yet again and it will be the perfect pair of pants to show off a new pair of boots.
From left to right: Valentino, Alexander Wang, Tibi