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Updated: Dec 31, 2020

Once again, Autumn has come and gone. Here were some of our favorite picks from this season.

FALL 2020 WAS...

While cerulean, fuchsia, and beige were heavily showcased this season, one color dominated the lookbooks.

Introducing: BOLD IN BROWN

Balmain fall-winter 2020-2021 collection.

We said goodbye to traditional fall colors like red and orange. Instead, we traded for muted palettes with bold styles.


This year, we brought it back to basics. Out with loud patterns and in with homogenous styles. We saw...

Color Blocking

from left to right: Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Alberta Ferretti

Color blocking has been in the works for a while. However, this autumn, we experienced a new clean and chic take on the trend. Rather than blocking with contrasting color tones, designers are opting for matching color hues and the classic monochromatic look.



Matching sets are nothing new. From the iconic yellow plaid set from Clueless to the modern-day businesswoman pantsuit, matching sets have made it easy to look effortless. This year, we saw a different kind of matching set trend: sweatsuits.

From tie-dye to monochromatic to athleisure -- we saw it all.


Of course, no trend report is complete without the season's most popular patterns. This year, we brought it back to basics. While plaid and checks have always been a Fall classic, argyle resurfaced and won't be going anywhere.

Lastly, with YK2 trends on the rise, we couldn't forget to add in animal print.


that 70s Beige Trenchcoat


Now, for the biggest trend of the season: LEATHER.

Leather no longer belongs to just biker jackets. Rather, it came in the form of every garment this year. And we love it.


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