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5 Essential Women’s Fall Fashion Trends of 2018 October 30, 2018

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5 Essential Women’s Fall Fashion Trends of 2018, Old Jamestown, Missouri

Trends come and go, and this fall there’s no doubt women’s fashion is being dominated by a callback to the ‘80s. Be prepared to see classic designs take on over-sized silhouettes and eye-catching patterns. Below are some of the popular autumn looks making their way to clothing racks this year.

What Fashions Will Dominate Boutiques This Fall?

1. Plaid

If there is one consistent trend that you’ll see everywhere this fall, it’s got to be plaid. From dresses and tops to coats and purses, designers have found a way to implement the pattern into every outfit. On your next shopping trip, check out the new plaid pieces with unique color palettes that are premiering this season. 

2. Chunky Sweaters

women's fashionWhat would fall weather be without chunky sweaters? Lucky for you, this women’s fashion item isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. You can make a statement with large sweaters by selecting ones with bold, busy patterns in shades of red, silver, or magenta. 

3. Blazers

Harness two upcoming trends by updating your old work blazer with a new plaid version. You could also keep this ‘80s theme going by selecting blazers with ruched sleeves and double-breasted buttons. Since no one misses the days of huge shoulder pads, look for designs that offer a modern twist on an 80’s inspired blazer, like pockets with zippers. 

4. Cozy Cardigans

This season the cardigan has evolved from a practical layering tool to a way to add a pop of color and texture to your outfit. Many designers are creating over-sized eye-catching cardigans in every look from chic fringe in bold metallics to sleek, double-breasted designs in burnt orange. 

5. Over-sized Coats

Everything was bigger in the ‘80s. Designers are heading back to the days of large overcoats but giving them a fun twist inspired by classic Savile Row suit tailoring, which used fabric patterns like glen plaid, herringbone, and houndstooth. You can look chic and stay warm wrapped up in a large overcoat complete with suit features like pockets, lapels, and large, leather buttons. 


To find your next favorite fall look, be sure to stop by Fashions R Boutique in Florissant, MO. They are the largest black-owned and-operated clothing store in the area and strive to always carry the fashions their customers want. Stop by today to peruse their great selection of men’s and women’s clothing. You can also visit their website to make an online order anytime you can’t make it in to the shop. For more information about any of their items, call them today at (314) 869-0309.

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