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Stylish Fall Trends For a Plus-Size Retailers

Fashion Month is finally over; subway platforms no longer feel like saunas, and pumpkin spice has taken over the world — it must be fall. It’s likewise an ideal opportunity to attempt some new cooler climate drifts that you’ve been imagining about. The individuals who wear a size 14 or more at long last have sleek choices that tick off each fall trend.

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  • Fringe Benefits

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Fringe is one of the biggest trends this season. It is making an appearance on everything. From intense accents on rocker-worthy jackets to delicate trimmings on snuggly capes — so there’s essentially an assurance that you’ll find a bordered something that tickles your fancy.

  • Booting Up

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If you can only snag one statement piece to add to your wardrobe this fall, make it a tall boot. Whether you’re going sleek with stilettos or fabulous with flats, a tall boot — over the knee or just under it — will add that perfect crisp touch to every ensemble.

  • The ’70s Called

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There dependably is by all accounts some kind of retro recovery coming ’round, and this season the ’70s are back in full constrain. Yet, dissimilar to that disco diva excitement we’ve seen some time recently, this fashion flashback is a great deal more Love Story than Studio 54. Search for dustier, stifled tones, an abundance of catch accents, and unfussy cuts.

  • Easily Persuaded

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Maybe it’s the plush fabrication, maybe it’s the high-maintenance factor, but an addition of sumptuous suede to any ensemble really leaves you looking and feeling luxurious. Layer in a posh piece whether real or faux suede to amp up your outfit’s textural interest.

  • Plaid Out

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Florals for spring, Plaid for fall, well totally not historic there’s a reason that it’s well known quite a long time. The universal print can be found on fundamentally any kind of clothing this fall and in a wide assortment of curiously large checks and great tartan prints.

  • Items Of Flare

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Flared jeans tend to give us flashbacks to high school, but we’re no longer rocking frayed MUDD flares with abandon (or with baby tees). This season, the wide-hemmed look is redone in understated sophistication, so there’s no reason to fear this trendy throwback.

  • Blanket Statements

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When temps start to dip, keep your puffers packed away and break out some snuggly shearling, instead. The forecast is calling for extreme coziness this season.

  • Leather Weather

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The leather is a seasonal staple, like our old’ friend plaid. Whether you want to cover yourself in fantasy leather realness or you’re only prepared to add some subtle faux touches, this fall’s offering some fresh takes on the trend.

  • Cape Town

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no, it’s just you, killin’ it in a cape. Though you can never go wrong in a classic, over-the-shoulders look, sneaky cape elements are showing up on dresses and tops this fall. Toss on a cool cape and nothing’s your fashion Kryptonite.

  • Culotte & Collected

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Conceivably the most polarizing pants out there, culottes are genuinely worth experimenting with. To redesign from spring’s blustery bottoms, search for a style produced using a heavier fabric , go for an on-trend print.

SOURCE:

refinery29.com/: 10 Fall Trends That Are Hitting Plus-Size Retailers

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