Fall/Winter 2017 Fashion Trends

Fashion Trends I liked in Autumn and will surely still wear in the Winter!

It’s the middle of November and Fall is ending while Winter is approaching soon. There are a lot of fashion trends in the Fall that would still surely be huge during the Winter. Checks and knits made their comebacks for the colder seasons. Glittered boots were all over the runway early this year for F/W 2017 too but I don’t think I’d be as bold to wear them.

Here I listed a few things that I’d love to wear not only during Autumn but also on Winter:

• RED, the color of Autumn!
Red has been all over the Fall season. From red coats to dresses to almost every fashion piece, it has literally conquered this season and will still continue to do so with Winter.


 • Suit it Up!
I just find women wearing suits cool and trendy plus these make you feel warm too which is great for the colder season.

• Midi Skirts
Midi skirts for Fall and Winter would always be one of my fave trends during these seasons. This plum leather midi skirt especially caught my eye too.


• Waist Belts
Waist belts were a favorite accessory for the F/W 2017 fashion shows and indeed, I’ve been seeing a lot of them this season which is making me really glad. These are one of my favorite accessories as I can spice up any dull outfit with a waist belt to make it trendier.

• Oversized Bags
I love my bags big. One thing is because I can’t go out my house without everything I need and the rising trend of oversized bags was what I just needed.


Which of these trends would you wear from Autumn to Winter?


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