23 Fall Fashion Trends You're About To See Everywhere

Straight from the runways at New York Fashion Week!
23 Fall Fashion Trends You're About To See Everywhere
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Find out what everyone's going to be wearing coming fall.

1. Emphasized Underwire

Many designers this season chose to show crop tops with visible underwire following the typical curve of a bra.

At Alexander Wang, the style was shown in a long-sleeve, fur-trimmed gray shirt, which was paired with matching leggings.

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2. Emphasized Underwire

Visible underwire was also a major trend at Jeremy Scott, where this hot pink track suit was modeled.

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3. Emphasized Underwire

At Dion Lee, the trend was a tad more formal, appearing in turtleneck form beneath a layer of sheer fabric and paired with white jeans.

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4. Colorful Plaids

Plaid has always been in style, but now it makes a major statement in saturated hues like hot pink and cobalt.

This oversize suit jacket with matching pants from Dolan is a perfect expression of the trend.

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5. Colorful Plaids

Son Jung Wan paired an eye-catching blue plaid blouse with shiny flares.

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6. Colorful Plaids

At Tanya Taylor, red and blue plaid appeared in a skirt and top combo, accessorized with blue booties.

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7. Unexpected Puffer Coats

Puffer coats are a fall and winter staple, so it's no surprise they popped up in many fall/winter 2018 shows. This season's designs, however, were even more dramatic and eye-catching than usual.

Among the looks at Christian Cowen was this metallic green jacket, which featured over-emphasized puffs.

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8. Unexpected Puffer Coats

Kim Shui showed a puffer coat with a statement collar in a delicate floral pattern.

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9. Unexpected Puffer Coats

At Prabal Gurung, bright colored puffers walked the runway in oversize bomber form.

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10. Bright Red

Come fall, get ready to see plenty of vibrant red for sale.

Ashley Graham walked the Prabal Gurung runway in this head-turning number, complete with cold shoulders, an asymmetrical neckline, and a mermaid silhouette.

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11. Bright Red

At Philipp Plein, this model trudged through (fake) snow wearing crimson thigh-high boots and a matching shearling moto coat.

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12. Bright Red

Taoray Wang showed this attention-grabbing trench coat, pairing it with black shoes and a matching belt.

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13. Bustier Bodices

Lingerie continues to be a major inspiration in the fashion world, with many designers highlighting the bustier-like construction of their dresses.

At the Brock Collection show, a model displayed the trend in this steamy black design.

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14. Bustier Bodices

At Lanyu, the attention was on the intricate boning details of certain dresses.

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15. Bustier Bodices

Tadashi Shoji emphasized the bodice of this design by adding black seams on top.

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16. Hot Pink

Hot pink was present at almost every major show during NYFW this season.

Cushnie et Ochs showed multiple pieces in the bright hue, including this midi-length dress with sexy side cutouts.

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17. Hot Pink

At Milly, a model walked down the runway in a jumpsuit and matching heels.

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18. Hot Pink

Neons were big at Jeremy Scott, but the hot pink tones were especially eye-catching. Here, model Romee Strijd sports a velour skirt suit with matching thigh-high Moonboots.

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19. Fur Cuffs

Many labels showed sweaters and coats with dramatic fur cuffs.

Cinq a Sept's version of the style added more depth to this patterned coat.

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20. Fur Cuffs

Gigi Hadid walked the Prabal Gurung runway in a white knit top with furry sleeves, accessorizing with a patterned scarf.

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21. Fur Cuffs

Tanya Taylor showed this gray trench coat with fuzzy cuffs from the elbows down.

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22. Pink and Red

Fashion houses were enamored with this color combination during FW '18.

Christian Siriano showed multiple looks that were pink and red, including this sleek midi dress.

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23. Pink and Red

Prabal Gurung featured the two-tone look in blouse form.

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24. Pink and Red

At Self Portrait, a baby pink dress was styled with a bright red sweater.

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25. Statement Bows

Many designers featured head-turning bows as a detail in their pieces.

At Christian Cowan, a model walked in a silver minidress complete with a huge bow on one shoulder.

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26. Statement Bows

Brandon Maxwell showed this pretty red design with a large belt tied at the center.

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27. Statement Bows

Ulla Johnson's rust-hued strapless dress featured a giant bow in the middle of the bodice.

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28. Capes

Capes added drama on tons of runways this season.

Noon by Noor's version of the trend came attached to this billowy floor-length black gown.

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29. Capes

Bella Hadid walked in this velvet design at Prabal Gurung, which featured two capes flowing behind her.

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30. Capes

This crew-neck Christian Siriano gown had a surprise cape with a train in the back.

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31. Cheerful Yellow

Bright yellow showed up on plenty of FW '18 catwalks.

This sunshiny suit made a statement at the Bottega Veneta show.

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32. Bright Yellow

At Eckhaus Latta, this pretty cold-shouldered maxi was shown in a sweet yellow hue.

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33. Bright Yellow

Brandon Maxwell's runway included this fitted jumpsuit in the color.

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34. Feathers

Whispy feathers added texture at many runway shows.

At Christian Cowan, the detail softened the line of this two-tone, black and white dress.

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35. Feathers

Pamella Roland showed this feathery party dress at her NYFW show.

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36. Feathers

Son Jung Wan featured this blue vest with feather details on the collar.

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37. Colorful Animal Print

Animal print had a major moment this season, and colorful versions were a Thing in particular.

Joan Smalls walked Tom Ford wearing this red leopard-print getup.

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38. Colorful Animal Print

At Concept Korea, a model walked in a green leopard-print hat and skirt, pairing it with a matching fur coat.

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39. Colorful Animal Print

Adam Selman showed a red, zebra print minidress, which was paired with matching booties.

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40. Ruffles

Romance was a solid theme at many of the shows, which meant plenty of ruffles.

Ulla Johnson emphasized the trend with this tiered-sleeve, fluttery-collar, floor-length dress.

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41. Ruffles

The collar and cuffs of this blush blouse at Bottega Veneta featured exaggerated ruffles.

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42. Ruffles

At Brock Collection, a model walked in a gray sweater with a peplum ruffle detail and a coordinating skirt with a frilled hem.

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43. Contrasting Florals

Mixing and matching similar floral patterns in drastically different color schemes was a major theme at many shows.

Alice McCall showed this skirt and blouse combination in pink, black, and white, pairing it with metallic pink footwear.

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44. Contrasting Florals

At Tanya Taylor, a model wore a pink floral blouse with a black floral skirt, accessorizing with a blue stole.

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45. Contrasting Florals

Nicole Miller showed a large floral print on white juxtaposed against a smaller floral pattern on black.

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46. Rust

Pretty much every runway had something in this color.

At Dion Lee, a model walked in a silk maxi dress paired with a matching shearling.

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47. Rust

This silky rust maxi and lacy blouse were a hit at Jonathan Simkhai.

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48. Rust

Jason Wu showed this pleated rust dress with a stomach cutout and black straps.

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49. Sequin Suit

It seemed like there was a sequin suit in every show this season.

Tadashi Shoji showed this rose gold power suit.

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50. Sequin Suit

This green getup turned heads at Greta Constantine.

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51. Sequin Suit

Malan Breton showed this blue sequin striped number.

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52. Silver

Gold and rose gold have had their moments, but this time, it's silver's time to shine.

This pretty, V-neck design wowed at Cushnie et Ochs.

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53. Silver

This liquid-metal effect silver outfit was shown at Bottega Veneta.

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54. Silver

Philipp Plein showed these silver snow pants with a matching bandeau and snowboard.

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55. Statement Pockets

Brands put particular emphasis on pockets.

At Alexander Wang, a model walked wearing a leather minidress with circular, zipper-trimmed pockets.

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56. Statement Pockets

Jeremy Scott showed this lavender and turquoise sweatsuit with contrasting pockets all over.

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57. Statement Pockets

At Son Jung Wan, a model walked in this eye-catching coat, complete with standout yellow pocket detail.

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58. Tiered Black Skirts

Tiered skirts are about to be everywhere, especially in black.

Alice McCall paired this one with a cold-shoulder crop top.

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59. Tiered Black Skirts

BCBGeneration's presentation included this multi-tiered skirt paired with a cropped leather jacket.

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60. Tiered Black Skirts

The design was shown in a high-low silhouette at Cinq a Sept.

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61. Statement Sleeves

During the shows this year, sleeves grabbed attention by switching up textures, adding different colors or patterns, or playing with proportion.

This blazer with eye-catching fuzzy sleeves had a major moment at Noon by Noor.

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62. Statement Sleeves

Son Jung Wan showed this yellow jumpsuit with color-block bell sleeves.

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63. Statement Sleeves

Eckhaus Latta showed this camel jacket with exaggerated sleeves.

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64. Cape Sleeves

Not only were capes a big deal at this season's NYFW, cape sleeves were a category in and of themselves.

Pamella Roland's show included this gorgeous burgundy design, with sleeves a-flowing.

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65. Cape Sleeves

At Prabal Gurung, a model walked in this shiny, cape-sleeve gown.

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66. Cape Sleeves

Christian Siriano showcased this dramatic cape sleeve moment for his 10th anniversary show.

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67. Silky Maxis

Silk played a large role at the fall/winter shows, especially in midi-and maxi-length dresses.

At Adeam, this two-tone yellow dress made a major statement.

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68. Silky Maxis

This robe-like design was a showstopper at Hellessy.

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69. Silky Maxis

This billowy, floor-length design was paired with matching yellow footwear at Pyer Moss.

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