Sterling Archer can rejoice, the tactical turtleneck is back along with other ‘70s-inspired fall/ winter 2019-2020 fashion trends. Your personal inspiration might be Michel Foucault, Greta Garbo, Steve Jobs or Audrey Hepburn, or you might like a turtleneck because it’s another item that’ll keep your neck warm in the coming autumn and winter. They can be worn in many different ways, as designers and stylists showed us on the runways.

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Warmest of all was a long puffer coat at Tory Burch, which was worn open over a floral printed dress, also showing that the coat’s lining was made of a fabric with a similar white paisley floral print. Jonathan Simkhai also gave us a sleeping-bag-sized puffer coat of note, this time with a floral pattern on the outside that was made to match the dress worn underneath.
Opening the Adeam show, for example, there was a deep yellow trouser and blazer combination that could be worn in any semi-casual workplace. The blazer was fitted with four sizable pockets on the front – big enough to carry a phone, wallet, a couple of pens, a makeup compact, keys, and whatever else one might need! Other pocketed looks in the collection included a skirt with pockets around the calves and a cape with large black pockets.
Athleisure is the trend that keeps giving, and its latest offering is as unexpected as it is stylish. The bike shorts were worn with blazers by many style-savvy showgoers this fashion month. Offering a fresh blend of sportswear and tailoring, the look was both striking and chic. Of course, while it may not be appropriate for either the office or the gym, the outfit is perfect for strutting the streets or attending Sunday brunch with your best friends. So, don’t be afraid to try it for yourself.

Pack away those florals next spring because there is a new print in town. Polka dots were seen all over the catwalks, covering statement mini dresses at Richard Quinn, layered up at Max Mara, given a colourful spin at Erdem and worked into ladylike looks at Carolina Herrera and Michael Kors. Whether with your workwear or for a night out, polka dots are taking pride of place for the new season.
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Because of brands like Chanel and Prada, quilting has become closely associated with designer brands, especially quilted leather for accessories like shoes and handbags. When it comes to fabrics, however, quilting (a technique of sewing two or three pieces of fabric together to make a padded, warm item) is associated with blankets or upholstery. Well, not so for the fall/ winter 2019 fashion trends, when the quilting technique was used for some gorgeous creations.

Opening the Adeam show, for example, there was a deep yellow trouser and blazer combination that could be worn in any semi-casual workplace. The blazer was fitted with four sizable pockets on the front – big enough to carry a phone, wallet, a couple of pens, a makeup compact, keys, and whatever else one might need! Other pocketed looks in the collection included a skirt with pockets around the calves and a cape with large black pockets.

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For Celine, Hedi Slimane went way back, taking inspiration from the designs the house had produced in the ‘70s, like pleated A-line skirts, culottes, and women’s tweed blazers. At Kate Spade, the Seventies effect was derived from suits with high-waisted, flared trousers and elongating blazers, even though the colors themselves were very bright and of the moment.
We’re not sure why designers opted to take two totally separate outfits, cut them in half down the middle, and then stitch them back together. Okay, so this probably wasn’t their working process, but that was certainly the effect! While this technique doesn’t always lead to wearable clothing, it absolutely cements a label in our minds. Should you go out and wear some of these unique creations, more power to you!
Supermodels like Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss catapulted the slip dress to new levels of infamy in the '90s. It's no secret that the last decade of the 20th century was all about minimalism in every sense of the word. But this '90s fashion trend proved just how minimal style could truly go. Slip dresses left little to the imagination, hugging every curve.

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Last year belonged to the puffer, but 2019 is all about a different kind of performance fabric: fleece. We saw the trend start with Sandy Liang's Insta-favorite jacket, but designers like Fendi are ramping up the luxury, reworking the outdoorsy staple in leather. Of course, Patagonia remains the (very affordable) OG, but don't sleep on the latest reincarnations of this campy style.
Style Notes: As modeled here by Victoria Beckham, pedal pushers weren't shorts or trousers, and they definitely weren't cropped kick flares. They sat somewhere in a tasteless no-man's land that accentuated your thighs and made your legs look short by cutting them off in the middle. Very popular at Tammy Girl. These were filed under "never to wear again," but influencers have been experimenting once more…

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There is something comforting about patchwork designs. They might be a little tough to wear, since they can appear raggedy or old-fashioned, but they bring to mind comforting thoughts about lovingly crafted throw blankets somehow combined with a punk rock aesthetic. With meditations on what it means to reuse and upcycle as well as on intersections of identities, it was no surprise to see patchworks as part of the fall 2019 runway trends.
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Of course, Chanel leads the tweed trend for fall, followed by Victoria Beckham, where we saw a bold tweed skirt suit, Brock Collection that unveiled tweed coats, pants, skirts and dresses, Celine, where tweed appeared in every color and style, Tod’s, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and more. So just get your perfect portion of tweed and tweet to let the world know about your trend awareness!

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An Oscar de la Renta gown is always guaranteed to be luxurious and dramatic, and this certainly applied to the quilted strapless evening dresses that were presented in this season’s collection. Quilting was used for the inner lining of coats at Gabriela Hearst and Prabal Gurung, so it only appeared as an accent where items were folded or when material opened up on the runway with the models’ movement.
Opening the Adeam show, for example, there was a deep yellow trouser and blazer combination that could be worn in any semi-casual workplace. The blazer was fitted with four sizable pockets on the front – big enough to carry a phone, wallet, a couple of pens, a makeup compact, keys, and whatever else one might need! Other pocketed looks in the collection included a skirt with pockets around the calves and a cape with large black pockets.

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Like the clothing, the shoes of the ’90s fell into the same trend categories. The grunge movement created an army of men and women alike wearing heavy-duty, combat boots. They were tough, gritty and paired with everything from slip dresses and florals to flannel shirts and frayed jeans. The minimalist trend also had its staple shoe in the way of Birkenstocks. Simplistic and comfortable, Birkenstocks came in a variety of styles and colors but still had that uniform feel. Platforms were popularised by the pop music scene, in particular, the Spice Girls. Converse’s Chuck Taylors, Manolo Blahnik’s Mary Jane style shoes, and classic pool slides were also on high rotation.
To wear the ’90s fashion trend today you need to rework styles so that they are relevant in today’s culture. Instead of copying looks exactly as they were in the ’90s, recreate them in a modern and updated way. The trick is to capture that “too cool to care” attitude of the ’90s while looking fresh and on-trend. To do so, blend classic ’90s pieces like crop tops or chokers into your everyday wardrobe with skinny jeans and heeled boots. Alternatively, pair your favorite new dress with a ’90s half-up hairstyle or add layers by wearing a t-shirt underneath. Either way, have fun with your style and embrace the carefree, youthful feel of the ’90s.
Culottes are a type of cropped trousers heavily associated with cool French girl style, and they’re having a comeback in the fall 2019 runway trends. They’re super practical for autumn, especially if you live somewhere a little warmer, especially as office wear. At first glance they may look like an A-line skirt, which makes them a playful choice that injects fun into professional settings.
It's impossible to conjure an image of the '90s without picturing the cast of Friends (and, in particular, Jennifer Aniston's now-famous Rachel haircut). In 1995, co-stars Aniston and Matthew Perry walked the 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards red carpet in ensembles that defined the decade: Aniston opted for a strapless, floor-length gown, complete with a pair of silky gloves, while Perry paired a classically '90s vest with an ill-fitting suit.
Proving once and for all that the minimal trend is over, this show season saw attendees embrace lashings of fabric. While this meant bold ruffles and oversized silhouettes, it also resulted in statement puff shoulders on both dresses and blouses. Simultaneously striking and stylish, these puff sleeves added a fun ‘80s twist to modern outfits. Try the look yourself if you’re after a powerful and fashionable daytime style. Just be sure to keep the rest of your look subdued, so you don’t appear over-the-top.

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However, there was also a little bit of room for fantasy and drama, particularly in the form of copious ruffles and voluminous garments, as we saw overt sexiness in the form of see-through clothing, visible lingerie, and corsetry. If you want to treat high fashion as escapism, these are likely the fall/ winter 2019 fashion trends that you will appreciate the most. So, without further ado, let’s get into the details of what we’ll all be wearing soon!

Balenciaga's Triple-S sneakers sent the fashion crowd spiraling, trying to get their hands on a pair of chunky $895 kicks. ("There’s not a dinner I go to where a father or someone [doesn’t] say, ‘Stop releasing these shoes, it’s out of control, we spend too much money at Balenciaga,’ which I’m very happy with," the brand's CEO, Cedric Charbit, said at a conference.) More broadly, it, along with brands like Escada and Opening Ceremony, reignited an interest in this particular kind of footwear: Searches for "statement sneakers" were up 2,211% at the end of 2018, per Pinterest.
To wear the ’90s fashion trend today you need to rework styles so that they are relevant in today’s culture. Instead of copying looks exactly as they were in the ’90s, recreate them in a modern and updated way. The trick is to capture that “too cool to care” attitude of the ’90s while looking fresh and on-trend. To do so, blend classic ’90s pieces like crop tops or chokers into your everyday wardrobe with skinny jeans and heeled boots. Alternatively, pair your favorite new dress with a ’90s half-up hairstyle or add layers by wearing a t-shirt underneath. Either way, have fun with your style and embrace the carefree, youthful feel of the ’90s.

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