I don’t know about you, but Fall is my absolute favorite season for fashion! I love all of the moody colors, cozy materials, unique prints, and beautiful textures that this season embraces. Since we’re all spending more time in the comfort of our homes this season, we might not get the chance to strut these cute Fall fashion trends as much. But that’s not to say we can’t bring them into our homes instead! Below you find some of BANDD’s favorite Fall fashion trends and how you can incorporate them in your space.
Fringe not only adds a fun twist to your Fall wardrobe, but it also brings a unique textural element to interiors. Fringe chandeliers, wall decor, baskets, and pillows are simple pieces that you can include in your space to hop on this trend.
Color block sweaters have been a huge hit for Fall fashion for the last couple of years – and I just can’t get enough of it! Not only does this trend add a little extra something to your cold weather wardrobe, but it looks gorgeous when applied to interiors. This look works for any color scheme, so you can choose if you want to stick with neutrals, a pop of color, or a full colorful statement. Geometric accent walls and mismatched painted walls are the perfect way to incorporate color block into your home in a bold way. If you’re looking to keep it more subtle, then choose several contrasting colors for furnishings and decor.
When the chilly weather starts to creep in, it’s all about layers, layers, layers! But this trend isn’t just for keeping you warm during the colder seasons. Layering different textures and materials in a space is such a perfect (and easy) way to achieve that warm and cozy Autumn feel.
Gorgeous, rich jewel tones are my all time favorite trend for this season. Colors such as sapphire blue, emerald green, ruby red, citrine yellow, and deep purple always steal the spotlight when it comes to Fall fashion. These beauties bring such a moody and luxurious feel when incorporated in interiors. Especially when used for furnishings, such as on a sofa, accent chair, or headboard.