Fall 2021 Fashion Trends That Feel Realistic
The Fall season ahead of us is filled with so many great fashion trends we can't wait to test out. In this post we share with you the top 5 trends we are looking forward to wearing this fall and how you can rock them too.
Trend 1:Bright Sweaters, Crochet and Bulky 80's StyleAs the weather gets colder and we're sad to see summer passing us by, we're also ready to pull out our cozy clothes. This year, we are seeing a trend in bright colors and prints in bulky sweaters.
Trend 2: Double DenimWe are seeing trends of different shades and colors of wash on one piece. Although, I'm not quite ready for that trend, I do like the colorful thread on these jeans Judy Blue is offering. Skip your neutrals this season and get colorful where you can. Ditch your loungewear from last season and get your booty in a super cute pair of jeans. Our favorite brand is Judy Blue. If you own a pair, you know why; if not, try a pair to see what you're missing. We guarantee you won't be disappointed!
Trend 3: Aztec
Aztec prints are back in a big way! We've seen a huge increase in the use of Aztec prints in pop culture; Yellowstone anyone? I'm sure this show though, is not the only reason for the uptick in this trend, but either way, hop on in and try a fun aztec print in any of your favorite colors.
Trend 4: Button Downs and PlaidsThe plaid shirt is an iconic fashion item. It has come in and out of fashion many times over the past century. For 2021, we are seeing the button down plaid staple in an oversized and plush jacket style. I know I can't wait to get my hands on one. I plan to pair mine with a basic graphic tee and my Judy Blue jeans. Try yours the same, tucked, tied, with a tank or cami or the simple and easy way as just a button down.
Trend 5: Matching Sets
Last year's loungewear trend was so easy to wear! People aren't giving it up, either. We are seeing complete outfits of matching solid, print, and floral, too. We have new loungewear sets in stock. Wear them as simple solids or have a cute graphic on the front.