Layers to Love - Inspiration behind our Fall Collection - Nickel & Suede

Layers to Love - Inspiration behind our Fall Collection

With the crisp autumn air coming, getting dressed for the season is something we’re all looking forward to. It’s time to discover trending accessories, fall’s coziest palettes and tips on layering your wardrobe. This year we’re drawing inspiration from European street style and romantic fall hues. Cuddle up with a blanket and PSL to read what’s coming this fall!

 1. Plaid + Prints: Plaid is such a versatile pattern that adds a touch of timeless charm to any fall look. Pair a plaid blazer with jeans and ankle boots for a classic, laid-back look, Or dress it up with a plaid skirt and a cozy sweater for a chic ensemble. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different plaids for a trendy and bold statement.

2. Romantic Hues: Blush pink has such a variety of shades, and they all add a touch of softness and femininity to any outfit. Pair with neutrals like white, gray, or beige for a subtle and chic appearance, or combine with metallics like gold or rose gold for a touch of glamour. Blush pink adds a sense of sophistication. A perfect choice for creating a dreamy and serene look.

3. Europe Street Style: Draw inspiration from European style to reflect the essence of both modern trends and timeless elegance. Incorporate textures and cozy knit sweaters to add layers of comfort and style. Incorporate timeless accessories like statement sunglasses or a well-crafted leather handbag.

4. Double up on Layers: Cooler weather is around the corner so get ready to add some unique layers. Adding a blazer over a cute T-shirt or adding a blazer over a sweater for a little more warmth. Always have a great necklace or earring stack to complete the look. Layering will never go out of style!

With romantic European street style, mixed plaids, and a hint of academia aesthetic, these fall fashion trends are sure to capture all the fall vibes this season. Shop the Fall Collection this week. 

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