Fall 2019 Trends That Look So Damn Good on Women With Curves

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Whether you're keeping your eyes on the street or following the runways in order to track Fall trends, you're going to notice the same patterns: cargo pants, animal prints, smart suiting in cool colorways, and athleisure looks finished with covetable sneakers from this season's buzziest collaborations. If you're itching to know how, exactly, you should attempt to pull off these styles yourself, and you're second-guessing your ability to dress your curves, you've come to the right place. We don't just keep our eyes on the catwalk — we're keeping our eyes on Instagram, too.

Models, influencers, and actresses are some of the first women to get their hands on the latest designs, and they show us all the easy, relatable ways they work them seamlessly into their wardrobes. Not one of the outfits we've curated ahead will seem over-the-top to you. In fact, you may already have the pieces you need in your closet to emulate Barbie Ferreira's cool-girl co-ord pose or Ashley Graham's sporty-chic moment in New York. That said, we've shopped out these looks just in case you're in the mood to refresh your shelves with something flattering. Decide which assets you want to highlight, then let these women be the inspiration on your mood board and follow in their footsteps.


Fall Trend to Try: Prairie Dresses

This season's prairie dresses come in a masterful set of prints, most with puffy sleeves and that hit you at midi length, so you can embrace a shoe moment as well. Search for one that's belted, smocked, complete with ruffles, or has a row of buttons down the front.





Trend to Try: Faux-Leather Pants

Slick black faux-leather pants look just as good with sneakers and a sweater as they do with strappy heels (or sneakers!) for a night out. Whatever the occasion, your best bet is to look for a silhouette that's comfortable and avoid fabrics that are overly shiny. If you're less of a slacks gal and more into leggings, there are plenty of options for you too.



Fall Trend to Try: Silk Separates

We're seeing more silk pants and skirts than ever before on the street this season. While a slinky slip dress was one no-brainer way to channel the '90s when that trend resurfaced, our eyes are mainly peeled for striking animal print or mint-colored palazzos like the ones Jordyn Woods wore.





Fall Trend to Try: Athleisure

Whether you're flaunting your favorite sport logo on a jersey dress like Ashley Graham or posing in the hot new sneaker collab and joggers, add sunglasses or a retro waist bag and you're right on trend.




Fall Trend to Try: Utility Jumpsuits

What's better than a throw-on-and-go, versatile piece like the jumpsuit? The utility silhouette means you'll be finding more structured materials like denim or longer sleeves that you can push up to your elbows. These look awesome styled with sneakers or boots and a hands-free bag.




Fall Trend to Try: Mocknecks

The mockneck is the turtleneck's sleek, slightly sexier little sister. While we love turtlenecks for the extra material that keeps us cozy, the latest look calls for tight, formfitting tops with eye-catching details in cool colorways or patterns.



Fall Trend to Try: Suiting

Co-ord sets are having a moment like never before, and women are wearing them with sneakers and slingbacks more readily than pumps. The new pantsuit is dressed down, styled over a tee or with Nike kicks, in every color you can imagine.





Fall Trend to Try: Animal Print

It was one thing to experiment with animal print when leopard skirts and tops were as wild as things got, but the trend takes us further this season, as we're seeing cow-print denim sets, like Barbie Ferreira's Miaou coordinates, and snake-print flares. The key is to go bold and own your look with confidence.




Fall Trend to Try: Cargo Pants

We love an evening take on cargos, with a bustier and heels, but you can also wear yours more casually, as demonstrated by Ali Tate Cutler ahead, and style with a fuzzy bomber and sneakers. The more pockets and contrast stitching, the better — these slacks are made for owning the spotlight.