If you’ve yet to discover the joys of Amazon Fashion’s extensive selection of clothing, shoes and accessories, now might just be the best time to hop on board. Why, you ask? Because the online retailer just released curated shops for all the top fall trends its experts predict will be hotter than pumpkin spice lattes. So, without further ado, here are the five styles you should add to cart ASAP for your most fashionable autumn yet.
These Are the Best Fall Trends to Stock Up On in 2021, According to Amazon
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1. prairie Prints
If you prefer prints over solids, dainty florals and sun-faded paisleys are the way to go this autumn. Look for prints that feature more wild flowers, rather than neat roses or moody vines. Pair them with other delicate colors or patterns like light-wash denim, beige leather, rose-hued suede or winter whites.
Shop similar styles: Romwe top ($22); Zesica dress ($35); Billabong dress ($80); Eliza J dress ($91); Xirena dress ($124); LoveShackFancy top ($195); Ulla Johnson dress ($263)
2. head-to-toe Denim
We’re talking trucker jackets, boyfriend jeans, skinnies, chambray bucket hats, crossbody bags, flares, button-up shirts—if it’s denim, we want it. The best way to rock this trend is by mixing and matching different washes, rather than sticking to just one shade of blue. You can even mix in more unexpected colors, like black, gray, white or even acid wash styles. The world is your denim-clad oyster.
Shop similar styles: Mirmaru hat ($12); Saukiee jacket ($34); Wrangler shirt ($40); Woman Within jacket ($50); Levi’s jeans ($108); DL1961 shirt ($159); WeWoreWhat overalls ($168); Paige jeans ($229)
3. sporty Staples + Sleek Tailoring
The world is slowly reopening but we’re not quite ready to give up on our comfy, cozy WFH staples just yet. Layering a structured blazer over your favorite hooded sweatshirt or wearing a baseball cap and sleek leather tote at the same time keeps you feeling comfortable but looking much more polished. Finish your outfit with some cropped straight-leg or flared jeans and pointy-toe shoes.
Shop similar styles: The North Face sweatshirt ($39); Luvamia blazer ($42); The Drop blazer ($70); Champion sweatshirt ($80); Z Supply sweatshirt ($84); Tommy Hilfiger blazer ($129); Anine Bing sweatshirt ($169); Vince blazer ($525)
4. kitschy Rings And Pearl Earrings
Bold statement rings of all kinds, including chunky gold bands, resin designs and jewel-adorned pieces, can help you feel more dressed up or polished, even if you’re still rocking your work-from-home sweatsuit on the regular. Same goes for pearl earrings. Both classic studs and funkier designs—like multi-pearl hoops, mismatched baroque drops and even gray or black pearls—have been popping up all over our Instagram feeds and are another simple way to jazz up any ensemble.
Shop similar styles: Aidsotou 20-piece ring set ($15); Hefanny 59-piece ring set ($15); Embolden Jewelry earrings ($20); Chan Luu earrings ($75); Ross-Simons earrings ($119); The Pearl Source earrings ($139)
5. ‘70s Revival
Crochet dresses, flared jeans, plaid midi skirts, ribbed knits, clogs—all these beloved ‘70s styles and more are back for another go-round, and we just can’t get enough. Adding just one or two throwback pieces (like oversize sunglasses or a cropped suede jacket) to your look is an easy way to embrace the trend without feeling like you’re wearing a Halloween costume. But for those who want to go all in with flared pants and a crochet sweater vest, we suggest choosing at least one large accessory that’s far more modern (like some pointy-toe boots or a sleek baguette bag) to anchor your look firmly in 2021.
Shop similar styles: Feisedy sunglasses ($16); Kmbangi top ($21); ; Melumia dress ($40); JW Pei bag ($65); Sperry loafers ($130); UGG clogs ($140); Joe’s jeans ($188)