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The Most Wearable, Runway-Approved Fall Fashion Trends You Can Shop Now

The Most Wearable, Runway-Approved Fall Fashion Trends You Can Shop Now

In the months since designers presented their fall 2017 collections on the runway, we’ve had plenty of time to ponder, plan, and narrow down the list of runway-approved trends we might actually make an effort to incorporate into our autumn wardrobes. Should you be in need of a refresher, we rescanned the catwalks for the most pervasive and most wearable takeaways from the latest fall fashions. (Moody florals at Coach 1941 and Brock Collection that might just convince Miranda Priestly of their groundbreaking-ness; sheer turtlenecks at Gabriela Hearst and Delpozo that’ll up your layering game like never before…the list goes on.) And right as these very collections are set to arrive in stores, you’ll find that most of these styling tidbits have already made their way through the echelons of retail—so you don’t have to wait to break out the best fall fashion trends.

Below we highlight the six fall fashion trends that stood out from the pack, and suggest ways to shop ’em right now.

Moody Florals

From left: Coach 1941, Tory Burch, Brock Collection

Consider this the most seamless transition between seasonal wardrobes: Your fresh, springy bouquets turn a little darker (but no less lovely) come autumn. We saw it on the runways of brands like Coach 1941, Tory Burch, and Brock Collection (see above), as well as Anna Sui, Kate Spade New York, and Altuzarra. (There must’ve been a floral memo sent out among designers, right?) Designers reinterpreted the color palette for the season, reaching beyond the burnt oranges, burgundies, and browns we tend to gravitate toward in the fall, and introduced florals in deep blues, purples, and pinks.

Photo: Coach

Coach 1941 prairie dog rose skirt, $450, Coach

Photo: Barneys New York

Brock Collection Floral taffeta midi dress, $2,490, Barneys New York

Photo: H&M

H&M trumpet-sleeve blouse, $39.99, H&M

Après-Ski-Style Zip-Ups

From left: Victoria Beckham, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Marc Jacobs

No surprise here, but athleisure will continue to play a role in our wardrobe planning even as temperatures start to dip. (So continue to assemble that starter pack.) For fall, designers borrowed from the après-ski lifestyle (and eighties-inspired sportswear) to introduce high, zip-up necklines on everything from parkas to tank tops and minidresses—a tiny detail that has already made its way down the ranks of retail.

Photo: Zara

Zara top with ribbed neckline, $29.90, Zara

Photo: Ssense

3.1 Phillip Lim navy smocked cuff parka, $595, Ssense

Photo: Need Supply

Ganni Rogers dress, $82.99, Need Supply

Boxy Silhouettes

From left: Creatures of Comfort, Adam Selman, Calvin Klein

Though the feathered minidresses and By Appointment gowns commanded our attention at Raf Simons’ Calvin Klein debut, it was the utilitarian-minded, workwear-inspired silhouettes that resonated across the fall 2017 trend cycle. We saw the boxy shapes rehashed at Adam Selman (in denim), Creatures of Comfort (in silky sets), Rosie Assoulin (in boiler suits), and more, paving the way for a very practicality-minded autumn.

Photo: Bird

Demy Lee Genavieve jacket, $295, Bird

Photo: matchesfashion.com

Roksanda Hasani high-rise wide-leg trousers, $1,149, matchesfashion.com

Photo: COS

COS boxy denim jacket, $125, COS

Sheer Layering

From left: Gabriela Hearst, Delpozo, Adeam

We tend to wait for fall 2017 lookbooks to drop to gather new styling intel, but there was plenty of inspiration to bookmark from the runway presentations back in February. Case in point: The sheer turtlenecks worn by the models at Gabriela Hearst, Delpozo, and Adeam, under everything from luxe midis, sculptural minidresses, and extra-long button-ups.

Photo: Oak and Fort

Oak and Fort mesh blouse, $38, Oak and Fort

PHOTO: SHANE LAVANCHER

Photo: Universal Standard

Universal Standard Thames fog top, $60, Universal Standard

Photo: Cosabella

Cosabella Soire long-sleeve thong-back bodysuit, $99.50, Cosabella

Pale Pink

From left: Sies Marjan, Christian Siriano, Cinq à Sept

Are you tired of hearing the term “millennial pink” thrown around endlessly in the fashion space? Well, come fall, you’ll probably come across only (or at least mostly) its toned-down sibling, pale pink. The slightly more opaque hue turned up at Sies Marjan, Christian Soriano, and Cinq à Sept in full force, with cameos at Adam Selman, Maryam Nassir Zadeh, Kate Spade New York, among others. Hey, we’re just the messengers.

Photo: Farfetch

Cinq à Sept cold-shoulder dress, $255, Farfetch

Photo: Forever21

Forever21+ denim jacket, $27.90, Forever21

Photo: Topshop

Topshop blouson tie-sleeve top, $52, Topshop

Gray Suiting

From left: Alexander Wang, Thom Browne, Monse

Get ready to get suited. Though we can always count on Thom Browne to present us with endless suiting inspiration season after season, labels like Alexander Wang and Monse offered their own unique takes on the buttoned-up look for fall 2017. Featuring deconstructed blazers, perfectly tailored trousers, and plenty of gray stripes, these runways will make you reconsider the business friendly suit for after-hours this autumn.

Photo: Lisa Says Gah

Tibi Jasper gray multi blazer, $695, and midrise pant, $395, Lisa Says Gah

PHOTO: JAKOB DAHLSTROM

Photo: Orchard Mile

Dagmar Linn blazer, $525, Orchard Mile

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