Top 5 Fall Fashion Styles for Women

You may not want to be thinking about the colder weather right now, especially in the middle of summer, but being prepared for the seasonal change always helps make transitioning easier.  We’ve planned out the top 5 fall fashion styles for women to help guide you through your wardrobe refresh!

Ponchos

Ponchos are a stylish and easy-to-wear option during colder seasons. Ponchos are great over a long sweater and will keep you warm on chilly fall days without the bulk. Our fashionable faux leather trimmed poncho sweater features an open front design with an attached belt. The faux leather trim along the edges gives the top a more luxurious and trendy look. Pair it with our best-selling double tier hemline top underneath for a chic fall outfit!

Tunics

Tunic tops are great pieces to own because their longer, flattering shape lets you pair them with comfortable leggings.  Our must-have favorite tunic for fall is the lace back tunic with a high-low hemline. This beautiful top has lace panels along the back hemline and can be easily dressed up or down!

Another option we recommend is our new paisley tunic with sheer trim hemline. Asymmetrical hemlines are on-trend for the season and the sheer trim and length on this tunic will give any outfit a pop of style!  For a fall look you’re going to love, we definitely recommend Tunic Tops.

 

 

Printed Cardigans

Nothing says fall fashion like wearing long, cozy cardigans. Cardigans are essential for every closet because they can be worn at work, at home and at social occasions! We love cardigans with a print, and our new Aztec border fringe cardigan is great stylish piece! The beautiful southwestern print is featured on the cuffs, hemline and back.

Another favorite of ours is the Aztec print cascade sweater. This easy-to-wear cardigan is perfect for the season and has a modern southwestern print throughout. Pair it with jeans, pants or leggings for a stylish, casual look!  For stylish warmth in the cool, fall weather, long sweaters and cardigans are the way to go.

Long Skirts

Don’t be afraid to wear skirts in the fall! Long skirts are a great alternative to pants and the longer length will keep you warm on chilly days. This handkerchief hemline skirt looks and feels like genuine suede and is sure to be a great staple in your closet all season long!

 

 

 

This long skirt puts a unique take on the classic style with its cascading hemline. If you prefer a more traditional look, then we suggest the embroidered waistband skirt. This skirt is a great option for classic styles because of its timeless shape and comfortable, easy-to-wear capability. The embroidered design on the drawstring waistband gives it a subtle update with a trendy accent!

 

 

Long Sleeve Dresses

Speaking of long skirts, another favorite summer-to-fall transition piece of ours is the long sleeve dress! Dresses are another piece that can be worn in colder seasons.  We love to pair them with boots, tights, and scarves for a cozy fall outfit! One of our favorites is the denim pintuck dress with ¾ sleeves! This dress has a below the knee length and is easy to dress up or down depending on the occasion.

Another great option is the knit full sweep dress that is flattering on everyone. This easy-to-wear dress has a comfortable fit with an empire waistline and scooped neckline. It’s sure to become one of your favorite pieces to wear all season long!  For covering up your arms any time of the year, dresses with sleeves always make a stylish option that’s anything less than basic.

With over 700 styles to choose from, Collections Etc. is sure to have something for every woman and every style! Click here to shop our wide assortment of apparel and accessories!

 

 

 

 

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