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The 12 Biggest Trends For Fall 2015

CEO Tinh Phung
As we bid farewell to summer, it's time to look ahead and prepare for the biggest trends of the upcoming fall season. While it's still early to predict which styles will capture the hearts of...

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As we bid farewell to summer, it's time to look ahead and prepare for the biggest trends of the upcoming fall season. While it's still early to predict which styles will capture the hearts of the masses, there are already some standout looks that have emerged from the high-fashion runways. From oversized overcoats to quirky grandma-inspired outfits, the Fall 2015 trends have a little something for everyone.

Sweater Vests

Sweater-Vests-fall-2015-trend From left: Gucci; MSGM; Bottega Veneta

Young designers like Gucci's Alessandro Michele and MSGM's Massimo Giorgetti have transformed sleeveless knits into a potential staple for every cool girl's wardrobe. Pair them with retro pussy bow blouses, metallic skirts, button-downs, or slim cropped trousers. The versatility of sweater vests makes them a must-have for Fall 2015.

1970s Bohemian

70s-Boho-trend-fall-2015 From left: Burberry; Anna Sui; Rebecca Minkoff

The late 1960s and early '70s boho trend takes center stage this season, with designers like Burberry and Zimmermann embracing classic 1970s shapes and fabrics. Think bell sleeves, flared jeans, fringe, wide-leg pants, floppy hats, suede, and peasant dresses. Fall 2015 is all about channeling the free-spirited style of Haight Ashbury.

Multicolored Sequins

Colored-Sequins-fall-trend-2015 From left: Rodarte, J. Crew, Jill Stuart

Fall fashion gets a touch of glamour with colored sequins. Designers like Rodarte and Jill Stuart have showcased skirts, tops, blazers, and dresses adorned with these flashy, fun embellishments. To make the look more wearable for everyday occasions, pair sequin separates with denim and wool basics, just like J.Crew.

Flouncy Hems

Flouncy-Hems-fall-trend-2015 From left: Louis Vuitton; Sportmax; Mary Katrantzou

The mermaid silhouette gets a modern update for fall. Labels like Louis Vuitton and Mary Katrantzou reinvent the formal flounce with fitted skirts that have just a hint of flounce at the hem. Paired with flat-knit sweaters and simple tops, this revamped trend adds a touch of femininity to any outfit.

Haute-Quirk From left: Miu Miu; Gucci; Maison Margiela

Haute Quirk

Thanks to cool young labels like Gucci and Miu Miu, raiding grandma's attic becomes a stylish activity in Fall 2015. Mixed retro prints, high-neck blouses, shrunken knits, loafers, and longline coats are all back in a big way. Embrace the eccentricity of this trend and don't be afraid to pile on the quirky pieces.

Interior-Prints From left: Marni, Simone Rocha, Tory Burch

Interior Prints

Designers like Tory Burch and Erdem draw inspiration from interior design for Fall 2015. Luxe textured fabrics and patterns, reminiscent of upholstery, grace dresses and jackets. Embrace the opulence and make a statement with these bold prints.

Mini-skirts-trend-2015 From left: Carven, Jill Stuart, Saint Laurent

Micro Minis

While the season of bare legs might have passed, designers like Saint Laurent and Carven are bringing back the mini skirt in a big way. Embrace the shorter hemlines and pair them with ankle boots while it's still warm. When the chill sets in, add tights to stay stylish and warm.

New-Victorian From left: Alexander McQueen; Pucci; Alberta Ferretti

New Victorian

Designers tap into the dark romance of the Victorian era and give it a modern twist. High-neck ruffled blouses, lace, velvet, and tulle take center stage. To avoid looking like you're wearing a Halloween costume, keep your outfit streamlined and modern, focusing on one articulate piece.

Oversized-Overcoats From left: Lemaire; Tome; Michael Kors

Oversized Overcoats

Fall's overcoats are not just a little loose, they're drastically oversized. Designers like Michael Kors and Tome have taken this silhouette to the extreme with dropped shoulders, extra-long cuffs, and gigantic lapels. Make a statement with these bold outerwear options.

Pantsuit Sonia Rykiel, Stella McCartney, Chloé

Pantsuits

Fashion updates the classic pantsuit for the fall season. Designers like Stella McCartney, Chloé, and Sonia Rykiel reimagine this traditionally dowdy attire. Embrace the power suit and exude confidence with these revamped designs.

Statement-Fur-fall-trend-2015 From left: Altuzarra; Matthew Williamson; Cushnie et Ochs

Statement Fur

Bold and colorful fur pieces make a strong showing on fall runways. Designers like Altuzarra, Matthew Williamson, Cushnie et Ochs, and Fendi prove that fur is not restricted to traditional colors. Embrace the modern and youthful vibe of a statement-making colored fur piece.

Patent-Leather From left: Rag & Bone; Loewe; Calvin Klein

Patent Leather

Vinyl-like glossy leather takes the spotlight for fall, whether it's real or faux. Designers like Rag & Bone, Tome, Suno, Calvin Klein, and Edun introduce pieces that exude an edgy vibe. Embrace the sleek and shiny look of patent leather for a modern and fashion-forward style.

These 12 trends for Fall 2015 are set to make a statement and define the upcoming season. From cozy sweater vests to bold statement fur, there's something for everyone to embrace and make their own. Which trend are you most excited to wear? Let us know and get ready to take on Fall 2015 in style!

Images in this article sourced from Shop Mr. Katin.

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