7 Major Trends You Can Score at H&M
I've cozied up in my chunkiest of knits, pulled my winter coats out of the back of my closet, and traded sandals for loafers, ballet flats, and ankle booties alike. There are, however, a few more Fall trends that I'm looking to get my hands on before the season totally turns to gray Winter months, and I've been eyeing everything from long wool coats to Victorian-inspired tops to take me into the season to come.
If you, too, are seeking some more fun wardrobe additions this season, but don't want to break the bank, look no further than H&M. From those aforementioned trends to everything from satin skirts and Patagonia-inspired fleeces, they've got you covered — all for under $130. Ahead, find the Fall 2019 trends I'm still shopping and how you can snag the coveted pieces for wallet-friendly prices at H&M right now.
Nothing is standard on the runways for Fall, especially not necklines. There were off-one-shoulder silhouettes at Carolina Herrera, half-halters at Zimmermann, and one-strapped eveningwear at Self-Portrait. Whether you're reaching for a bodysuit or ballgown, take a cue from the catwalks when it comes to stepping up your apparel game this season, with the simple attention to necklines.
Long coats give off this je ne sais quoi, infusing an air of elegance into every look you slip said outerwear on top of. The Fall 2019 runways included those in plaid and tweed at Chanel, classic navy at Tory Burch, and pale pink at Alberta Ferretti. Go classic or add a pop of color but, no matter what your personal style, consider a duster-length coat this Fall.
This athleisure trend has officially made it to the runways, infusing itself into the collections of some of our most beloved of high-fashion designers. 3.1 Phillip Lim's collection included those of the short-sleeved variety, Sandy Liang mixed materials for a true patchwork look, and we saw classic colorblocking at Coach — like we remember from our childhood.
Pink is one of the biggest color trends of the season and, from bright neon to the palest of tones, it's never been easier to mix it into your existing wardrobe. Be inspired by the evening gowns of Brandon Maxwell, menswear-inspired sets from Carolina Herrera, and even casual and colorful Canadian tuxedos at Helmut Lang.
We are loving the buttoned-up, ultra-feminine, Victorian-inspired moment fashion is having this Fall, chock-full of everything from lace-inset turtleneck blouses to corset-structured tops and dresses. It was particularly clear at Zimmermann, via high-neck lace dresses, through Simone Rocha's layered corsets, and — of course — countless layered floral brocade ruffles at Brock Collection.
Take a little boudoir into your everyday with go-to classics you've loved from seasons past, all in that water-like satin that makes you feel the utmost of elegance. Tom Ford showed the trend in suiting, Sally LaPointe chose a slight variation of the look by way of waist-defining jumpsuits, and Brandon Maxwell went classic with slinky evening dresses that cascaded to the floor.
While plaid is always somewhere in the Fall array of trends, it's bolder than ever, come this season. The single statement piece has gotten more colorful, more voluminous, and more head-turning, while many are even styling a mixing-and-matching selection from head-to-toe. Dior showed off brightly-toned woven midi skirts, Vera Wang went for full-suiting looks, and Burberry jumped into the outerwear game, designing everything from trench coats to puffers.