Sure, we’re sad to see summer slip away in a flash of white denim and straw handbags. But that doesn’t mean we’re not totally excited for gorgeous-hair weather, big comfy sweaters and pumpkin-spice everything. Here, ten other trends we’re looking forward to in the coming months.
10 Trends That Will Be Huge This Fall
Rosé is out, and you'll never guess what's in
Move over, frosé. Fall’s drink of choice is a yummy mix of beer and liquor, for a taste that’s a little bit bitter and a little bit fruity. Think Beergaritas (tequila, pilsner and lime juice), Grapefruit Radlers (grapefruit juice and wheat beer) and Raspberry Hard Cider (vodka and hard cider).
Just when we thought we were warming up to Snapchat, another social media craze popped up on the scene. Insta-Stories are essentially photos and short videos that you can post for your Insta followers and that disappear after 24 hours. Expect to see them all over your feed come October.
Calling all Bey-lievers: The newest trend in fitness involves sweating it out to your favorite artist's latest hits. "Single Ladies," "Formation" and "Hold Up" dance classes have cropped up all over NYC, as well as Justin Bieber-themed workouts ("Sorry" music video, anyone?). Expect to be breakin' it down Queen B-style at your local fitness studio soon enough.
Hold up: We're not saying you should toss your favorite skinnies. But this season's denim will definitely come with a more vintage silhouette. Rock them with a tee and your new velvet booties for a look that's perfectly on-trend.
We're hard-pressed to think of a color more essentially "fall" than this rich garnet hue. Expect to see it everywhere, from shoes and bags to home accessories and makeup.
From Bridget Jones to The Blair Witch Project, we're stoked for sequels and remakes whose originals are (dare we say it?) nearly two decades old.
On the heels of its 100th birthday, the National Parks Service is getting lots of buzz. Better see them while you still can, since scientists predict many of our parks could face serious threats (i.e., no more glaciers left in Glacier National Park) due to environmental and climate changes in the coming decades.
This magical spice is having a moment, and for good reason: It's salty, sweet and has some kind of magical healing powers. (Aside from its anti-inflammatory properties, it also aids in digestion and can help whiten your teeth.)