Fashion Trends | Fall 2016 - 1010 Park Place
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Fashion Trends | Fall 2016

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Last time here on 1010 Park Place I promised to discuss what’s on trend for 2017. Seeing as I’d just returned from NYFW, it only seemed fitting to discuss spring fashion. For an entire week, the New York runways depicted all things spring. But wait. What about fall fashion? Didn’t the temps finally drop after a long hot summer? I for one am dying to wear sweaters, scarves, and booties.

Shouldn’t we at least dip one big toe into the ‘what’s trending for fall pool?’

Well then, let’s get started. Here are five trends you will see everywhere this autumn:

Camel. 

I love this classic color any time of year. But for whatever reason, camel is hot this fall. A camel blazer or overcoat is perfectly preppy. But suede booties are modern and fresh. Take a look:

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Gold metallic.

Metallics can add glitz and glam to your day-to-day look. Personally, I always have a pair of gold or silver shoes stashed in my closet. To me, they are as versatile as a neutral. But a gold clutch? Perfection.

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Turtlenecks.

Don’t you love it when a tried-and-true favorite is back on trend? Somehow, I never notice when turtlenecks are out of favor. Try one layered underneath a shift dress and you’re ‘in like flynn.’

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Plaid overcoats.

If you’re mad for plaid, then this trend’s for you. This year plaid outerwear is all the rage.

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Bomber jackets.

What is it about a bomber jacket that says your ‘too cool for school?’ This jacket looks equally good with a pair of skinny jeans or skirt. Take your pick.

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And here’s my take on fall 2016 trends. Although, I’m either ahead of the curve or behind. Take your pick. My mother claimed if you hung onto your clothes long enough they’d come back in style. She was right yet again.

camel

gold metallic

turtleneck

plaid overcoat

bomber jacket


17 Comments

  • Barbara October 4, 2016 at 10:39 am

    Fall is my favorite time of year. I love boots, turtlenecks, suede, wraps, all of it! Love your choices.
    b

    • beth djalali October 4, 2016 at 6:58 pm

      hi barbara,
      and aren’t we lucky fall finally decided to pay a visit?! i’m particularly fond of suede since my mother bought a wrap-around skirt years ago. for the first day of school.
      xoxo beth

  • 1010ParkPlace October 4, 2016 at 11:37 am

    I love camel on other people, but not on me. You’d think it would be a natural with my hair color, but the few times I’ve bought camel, it just hangs in my closet. I would, however, LOVE to have your fur vest. Mink? xoxox, Brenda

    • beth djalali October 4, 2016 at 6:53 pm

      hi barbara,
      and aren’t we lucky fall finally decided to pay a visit?! i’m particularly fond of suede since my mother bought a wrap-around skirt years ago. for the first day of school.
      xoxo beth

    • beth djalali October 4, 2016 at 6:57 pm

      this vest is the lining of a jacket that belonged to my dad. lot’s of sentimental value attached to it.
      xoxo beth

  • Jen Lawrence October 4, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    Thank you for this!! I love all the trends and already have most of them. Except the bomber jacket, which tends to make me look short (I lack your leggy look!). I’ll be pulling the things you’ve recommended out of the archives as soon as the mercury dips. xo

    • beth djalali October 4, 2016 at 7:00 pm

      i’m happy to report fall finally showed up this past weekend here in georgia! and not a moment too soon.
      hangeth thou in there, jen!
      xoxo beth

  • Cathy Lawdanski October 4, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    Great post! I LOVE Beth’s style. I need a bomber jacket!

    • beth djalali October 13, 2016 at 9:34 am

      hi cathy!

      thanks for stopping by. aren’t bomber jackets the ‘bomb’ (pun intended). i’ve had my eye on the camoflauge jacket since nordstrom’s anniversary sale.
      i think it’s time i pulled the trigger…
      xoxo

  • beth djalali October 4, 2016 at 7:02 pm

    i had the camo bomber jacket in my shopping cart during the nordstrom anniversary sale then put it back after i decided to purchase a rug for my office! but i still have one eye on it. maybe santa will be kind enough to send one my way.
    xoxo beth

  • Cathy Chester October 4, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    If you get rid of that fur (I am anti-fur) I will be absolutely in love with this post. I’m a long-time subscriber to Beth’s blog and I adore her taste in fashion. Love the rest.

    Please don’t tout fur coats. Defenseless animals should never be killed in the name of fashion.

    • beth djalali October 5, 2016 at 2:40 pm

      hi cathy,
      i completely understand your anti-fur position. it’s a hot topic these days! and it’s great to see how opinions have changed over the years regarding fur coats. however, back in the day my parents and their contemporaries had a differing viewpoint and regularly sported fur coats during the long cold winters. this vest belonged to my father and i will treasure it for the rest of my days because of that fact.
      xoxo beth

  • jodie filogomo October 5, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    I, too think it’s fun to try out new trends and styles!!
    I’m one of those that tends to get bored otherwise!
    I love seeing what Beth is wearing—great picks!
    jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com

    • beth djalali October 13, 2016 at 9:35 am

      hi jodie!
      it’s always a good day when i see a comment from you. isn’t it great fall finally decided to make an appearance? for whatever reason, i’m loving the clothes selection this year.
      xoxo

  • Susan October 5, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    As much as I love camel and camel coats, that color looks horrible on me!!!! It washes me out. As for turtlenecks, I have always worn them (when it gets cold enough in Florida), and they have always been a favorite.

    Loved your list Beth!!!!

    • beth djalali October 13, 2016 at 9:39 am

      hi susan!
      thanks for stopping by. have you tried wearing camel (or any other color that doesn’t compliment your skin tone) as a skirt or pant? that way, it isn’t next to your face to wash out your skin tone.
      did you notice sleeveless turtlenecks are BIG this year. i love having the option to wear them during the summer months.
      xoxo

  • Laurie R. Williams November 3, 2016 at 3:50 pm

    This liberated debutante loves turtle necks! (Especially mock t’s.) Here in Mississippi, it’s hard to find soft turtle necks that don’t look bunched under the chin! I’m a lawyer by day and love to dress on the feminine side with soft Turtles and wool skirts or a mock under a pant suit. Wish I could find the grey turtle and cascading cardigan in your blog! Divine! Keep up the good work! Love your style!

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