Fall might be underway, but it’s safe to say that some of the biggest trends from summer are here to stay. That is with some slight, seasonal adjustments. See the best pieces on our must-shop list now and make these your statement go-to’s for the season.
Either worn around your waist or across your body, belt bags have spread like the wildfire this season. Appearing on countless influencers, editors, and even celebrities, this is one trend that’s more accessible than ever, thanks to every brand and designer releasing their own version of the belt bag.
From Gucci and Balenciaga to Chanel and Acne, many of the fashion world’s biggest designers have been releasing their own variation of the fashion-forward chunky sneaker all year long. But luckily for those looking for a more cost-effective option, popular high school brand, Fila, is making a comeback with its iconic Disruptor silhouette. Whether dressed up with a two-piece suit set or styled casually with a wrap dress, you’ll be surprised at how versatile this sneaker style really is.
Top Handle Bag
In the world of bags, the vintage-inspired top-handle silhouette has officially become the ‘It’ bag of the fashion crowd, with tons of new options on the market in a range of price points. What we love about this accessory is that it has a fashion-forward element to it, which is probably why this trend has been a go-to for street-style stars so far this season.
Western-style leather belts can instantly transform a basic fall look of a turtleneck and jeans into a cool and edgy look.
A trend we never thought would make a comeback in bold statement logos, but it’s safe to say we’re so happy that they did. From bags and clutches to tights and everything in between, look like a true style star by wearing your favourite designer’s logo front and center this season.
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By Ainsley Smith, Toronto, @ainsleysmithy