Experience New & Seasonal Styles
Summer is now in the rearview mirror, and Fall is in full swing! With the change in season comes the trading of your breezy tank tops, thin dresses, and shorts for cozy sweaters, knitted dresses, and oversized coats.
Compared to last fall’s trend of warm loungewear and pajamas due to strict lockdowns, this year’s autumn season is much more exciting! While there are some seasonal mainstays, overall this fall’s vibe is fun, fashion-forward, and daring.
Abide by the loosening stay-at-home orders while simultaneously updating your wardrobe for fall through online shopping with Shipito. This way, you can keep your outings minimal, safe, and fashionable all while saving money on your shipping costs. Thanks to our commitment to customer convenience through international shipping and package consolidation, it’s now easier than ever to get trending must-haves delivered right to your door in one complete package!
As we all adapt to the new normal and start to visit friends & family, go back to the office, or dine out, here are some of the fall’s hottest fashion trends that you’ll want to start incorporating into your seasonal wardrobe.
Women's Fall Fashion Picks
The noticeable shift in weather brings thick and oversized clothes to the forefront in women’s fashion. This year’s fall styles for women gravitate towards saturated jewel tones, textures, and delicate lace.
Here are the trends and pieces to keep an eye out for as you shop online:
1. Sweater Weather
Fall is undeniably sweater weather. Curling up with a book and a hot cup of tea or coffee while wearing a large sweater is one of the best ways to relax during the fall.
This year, the sweater trend goes two ways: textured sweater vests and the timeless oversized sweater. Pair textured sweaters like this one from Nordstrom with a pair of dark, loose-fit denims for a casual get-together. You can also pair this beautiful cable-knit sweater vest from the online boutique Aritzia with long skirts or over a collared dress for a fun, office-ready look.
2. 90's Revival
Here are Shipito, we’re no stranger to the 90’s revival in fashion. Though the trend has continued over the past couple of years, it is expected to be even stronger this fall. Expect to see more maxi-length cardigans, slip dresses layered over shirts, and plaid shakets (shirt jackets) in the coming season.
Channel your inner Rachel Green by pairing this Nasty Gal satin slip mini dress with a plain shirt and platform loafers. If you are feeling more into fashionable comfort, then try this oversized lilac shacket from ASOS with turtleneck shirts and loose jeans.
3. Dark Academia
What started as a moody trend among booklovers on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube is now a strong fall fashion trend contender. The dark academia aesthetic can be expressed through muted hues, preppy plaid skirt and blazers combos, long knit skirts, thick sweaters, and leather shoes or boots.
For a stylish pants ensemble, you channel this trend by pairing loose, checkered pants with a dark turtleneck and this relaxed belted trench coat from Zara.
Men's Fall Fashion Picks
Trend reports mostly focus on women’s fashion, but we like to extend equal opportunity towards men’s fashion as well. Although some men’s fall fashion trends overlap with women’s, there are many that are unique to men’s fashion.
Here are some pieces and online stores you might want to check out this fall:
1. Big Knit Energy
Just like women’s fall fashion trends, expect to see more knitwear for men this season. Aside from the muted colors and neutrals that are common among fall sweaters, expect to see some geometric and oversized knitwear this year.
Knit vests are also big during the Fall/Winter 2021 runway shows. For an economical alternative to designer knit vests, this striped one from Zara Mens is perfect. Pair your new knitwear with other fall trends like dark denims or relaxed-fit trousers.
2. Oversized Outerwear
Trench coats and extra-large coats are back in season this fall. Whether you choose an oversized trench coat or a tailored yet slouchy plaid overcoat, you would surely catch the eye of those around you.
Lengthy parkas and technical wear such as ski jackets are also expected to in style this season. Expect to see more relaxed-tailored blazers and varsity jackets, as well.
Complete any look you put together with this belted London fog trench coat from Macy’s. For classic, all-American look a la Grease, this plain varsity jacket from Huckberry would have you looking trendy instead of tacky.
If you prefer technical material more, then this crew trench coat available at East Dane is just right for you.
3. Leather Armor
No one can deny that leather and the cold weather are a great pair. We’ve just mentioned oversized trench coats, but that isn’t the only way to wear leather.
Regular fit leather jackets are a good fall fashion investment. Go for a leather bomber jacket like this one with faux fur from 3amoto to keep you warm and cozy all the way to winter. Pair it with a warm turtleneck, white or neutral relaxed-fit trousers, and a dark leather belt.
If you are into the oversized outerwear trend as well, then this quilted black leather coat from The Jacket Maker is the perfect two-for-one coat to follow both trends. Finish your outfit with these ankle-high polished leather Chelsea boots available at Ssense to elevate any casual or office-ready ensemble.
The Final Fall Trend Tips
Take advantage of the convenience of online shopping and international shipping to get your closet ready and trendy for fall. Having trouble ordering your new fall wardrobe? We can shop on your behalf! With our Assisted Purchase service, we purchase many hard-to-get products every day from various online retailers. All you need to do is provide a link to the item that you want and then pay through your Shipito account.
Trying new seasonal trends is a good way to discover new styles or pieces to add to your wardrobe. Don’t blindly follow each and every trend, though. Mix and match current fashion trends with pieces from last season, last year, or years past that you already own.
Carefully incorporating new trends and fleeting fads with your own flair is the best way to embrace the coming season while carving out a style that is uniquely you.