Fall Fashion Trends That Should Come Back

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Cowboy boots

Men, and especially women, wore cowboy boots even in the summer. Calvin Klein, Fendi and Isabel Marant are just a few famous designers who pioneered the urban cowboy boot. People wore them with anything — pants, shorts, long and short dresses…. Everything worked.

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Chunky-knit sweaters

Chunky-knit sweaters were popular in the 90s. They appear to be making a comeback as evident from the 2018 runways of Vivienne Tam, Fendi and Isabel Marant. The only problem — how do you choose? The pattern options seem endless.

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Blazer, T-shirt, and jeans

This combination is perfect for a casual setting; it should never go out of style. It’s very simple and it’s an established way of wearing a blazer — it’s been around for about 40 years. Blazers can be easily matched with formal outfits. Keep it simple and stick to no branding and slim fitting.

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Slip skirts

Slip skirts were at the helm of 90s fashion. These skirts are simple and elegant and fit nicely with almost any kind of shoes — sandals, high heels, or (cowboy) boots. They are a simple choice for any occasion.

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Bell-bottoms

Bell-bottom jeans were the rage in the mid-70s, especially in the disco scene. Perhaps the most famous image of someone wearing these trousers that widen from the knees down is of John Travolta in “Saturday Night Fever.”