Fall’s trends that I love and I am excited to wear this season. It’s officially Summer in Vancouver, and the rain season has started. Sadly this will be my reality for the next 8 months until the Spring season. Despite that, I am looking forward to wearing layers and fall’s biggest trend that I love. Wearing the absolute blazer that I love, Balenciaga Shoes, Bottega Bag and Mango Trousers.

Boot-Cut Denim

I always loved wearing boot-cut denim, and I am glad they are back. Whether you like your wide-leg long or above your ankle as long as they are high-waisted, they are my go-to for casual wear.

Suited Like a Boss

Tailored and vibrant suits in bold colours with slouched fits, and separates with power feel you will see in the upcoming months, whether it’s a tailored or cropped silhouette. The slouchy blazer 90s style is a total must-have for the season. Probably my favourite trend that I wear on repeat

Ribbed Knit Dresses

The chicest dress to wear for fall is ribbed knit dresses. Ribbed dresses are comfy and will keep you warm while looking stylish. You can layer them with chunky boots for a casual day look and layer them with a blazer and your favourite heels for a date night look. I don’t usually wear a lot of bodycon fits, but ribbed dresses are my current favourite. Layer them with your favourite long coat and high boots for colder days.

Nothing But Neutrals

The shade of beige is timeless, which works for the autumn season. Best for the fall palette is a camel, gold, and brown tones. Go for monochrome looks in the same colours to look instantly stylish.

Asymmetrical and cutout Sleeves

The chicest way to show some skin in fall 2020 is with asymmetrical sleeves and cutouts.  It’s fashion-forward and sexy with a twist.

Combat Boots

Prada’s combat boots were all over the streets last year and this season they are still strong. For all of you who haven’t managed to get their hands on Prada pair, check out Zara, Mango, Mango and Topshop that carry similar styles that aren’t as expensive. I bought mine last year at Zara and still love them.

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Aurela Nasedkin