In case you didn’t know, we love fall. And one of the best things about the new season? New fashion.

With New York Fashion Week in full swing, designers are already previewing their collections for Spring/Summer 2015. We can’t think that far ahead (um, summer just ended!) so here are six top trends for fall:

1. Dark Florals

Yes, you CAN wear florals in fall–the summer staple gets a seasonal update against dark backgrounds. Try a black rose-print dress with a cardigan for a work-ready outfit, and add tights when the temps dip.

dark florals the moptop blog

Inspiration: The Moptop

2. Black and White

Classics in mod, 1960s-style prints like houndstooth and polka dots.

houndstooth skirt j's everyday fashion

Inspiration: J’s Everyday Fashion

3. Pastels

Usually reserved for spring, pastels like blush pink and powder blue are the new statement colors.

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4. Fringe

The boho style seen at music festivals is fall-ready in earthy shades like brown and olive green.


Inspiration: Harper’s Bazaar Fall 2014 Trends

5. Chunky Knits

Cozy sweaters are what we live for in fall, paired with anything from pencil skirts and heels to skinny jeans and tall boots.

the hunt chunky sweater

Inspiration: The Hunt 

6. Gunmetal Gray Nails

Deep shades of gray go with everything and are less harsh than black. And Buzzfeed says gray is the best nail color, period.

ombre grey nails

Inspiration: Stylishly Delicieux


Hannah Gettleman is a bubbly twenty-something living in Chicago. She graduated in 2012 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in Journalism. Don't tell her that print is dying--she's already made the switch to public relations. As a Midwest girl, winter happens approximately 80% of the year, so she knows a thing or two about a good pair of snow boots. She lives for summer weather (even though she can never tan), Boy Meets World reruns, and an unhealthy addiction to dark chocolate and online shopping. She's a die-hard Chicago sports fan, even though she's well aware the Cubs always end up in last place every year.

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