5 Trends From Last Fall That Are Safe To Repeat This Year

September 3, 2013 by Katelyn Holland
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Mixed media jackets: We're super excited that this trend is sticking around. Mixed media jackets are perfect for the changing weather. If you don't have one of these jackets yet, it's time to invest. Try this Rebecca Minkoff 'Kiefer' Mixed Media Trench Coat ($698).

Leather accents: All your leather pieces are still in style. In fact, the leather trend is bigger than last year. You can wear your leather pieces from last fall, but if you are feeling daring, you should give leather pants or leggings a try. We love these MICHAEL Michael Kors Faux Leather Legging ($99.50).

Loafers: If you bought a pair of loafers last year, you're in luck because they are still on trend. And if you are still holding on to your old ballet flats, it might finally be time to let them go. Trust us, with all the cute embellished loafers out there, you'll never want to look at flats again. This pair of MICHAEL Michael Kors Ailee Flats ($140) are perfect because they nail the fall's animal print trend, too.

Embellished Sweatshirts: Both embellished and graphic sweatshirts were huge last fall, but this year designers have stepped up their game. We love this 3.1 PHILLIP LIM sequin embellished sweater ($623.42) because it's the perfect mixture of casual and dressy. For a less expensive option, try this Pow! Sequined Sweatshirt ($17.80).

Varsity Jackets: This stolen-from-the-boys trend is still going strong. Varsity jackets are fun, sporty alternative to fall's classic leather bomber. This one from Forever 21 is a great affordable option: Faux Leather Varsity Jacket ($24.80).

Not sure how to rock your varsity jacket? Check out our style guide here.

Military: Army green is an essential fall color, but camo print is the real standout this year. These 1969 camo front-zip always skinny jeans ($69.95) will look awesome with denim button up and some booties.

Del Toro Shit Happens Loafer ($340)


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