Top Fall 2022 Trends from the Autumn/Winter Fashion Shows
The Fall 2022 Fashion show season recently came to a close. During the creative packed fashion weeks, various brands showed their Autumn-Winter 2022 – 2023 collections offering up a great diversity of Fall looks. And further making it clear that fashion increasingly encompasses various styles and tastes. Besides this, many specific looks that we saw a few years ago are now coming back in fashion. Read on and fall in love with our favorite Fall 2022 trends from the Autumn-Winter 2022 – 2023 runways!
Top Fall 2022 Trends from the Runway to Desire
In general, we associate tailoring with more masculine pieces. However, it was found that at Milan Fashion Week AW22 these creations can and should be worn by women. Brands such as Versace and Prada showed off-the-shoulder coats. The designs are sharp and broad-shouldered, often emphasizing the waist.
For some time now, the return of this great trend has been announced and the Fashion Weeks have come to prove it. It appears the mini skirt is here to stay. With different patterns and versions, this piece makes the female body more and more valued. From pleated models to leather models, Paris saw a wide variety of styles for different tastes and occasions.
Feathers details bring glamor to any look. At Paris Fashion Week, this trend was in the spotlight. For instance, Elie Saab presented several very extravagant dresses and combinations that included feathers. Moreover, the feathered sleeves from the Rick Owens collection did not leave anyone indifferent. Despite being the “wow” factor of any creation, Balmain showed that they can even be included in a more formal, office look.
White Tank Top
Sounds too basic, doesn’t it? But the truth is that, due to its simplicity, it matches an almost infinite number of pieces. Bottega Veneta has brought back a basic piece. This top is an excellent choice. Prada also bet on using this trend but included logomania by adding the famous triangle-shaped sign of the brand.
Glitter and Sequins
From New York to Milan, these cities name looks full of glitter. Designers have embraced this trend. For example, Versace showed off-the-shoulder dresses and tops with crystal chains. Roberto Cavalli introduced silver and gold to give shine and glamor to the looks.
Red, Red and Red to Purple and Pink!
In fact, we haven’t seen red as prominently in fashion shows as we did this year in a long time. Apparently, red (and its pink and purple tints!) are making a comeback. Not just anyone likes this color, because it’s very eccentric. But red is making the rounds and conquering more and more hearts of designers. The looks are more daring and very sexy. This color is a trend not only in clothing but also in footwear and accessories. So we have reasons to believe that the various shades of red will be Fall 2022 trends for certain! There are shades of this wonderful color for all tastes. Thus, it will be one of the obsessions for the next collection that you will have to include in your wardrobe. Apparently, red and hot pink tones will give a lot to talk about!
If you thought gloves were no longer in fashion, you were wrong! In fact, the accessory has always been closely associated with royalty. However, Paris Fashion Week came to prove that you can use it in your looks. It looks like the special complement to add a touch of elegance to any look. Especially if it’s a party look!
Valentino emphasized this trend a lot. On the catwalks, we saw very long gloves. Above all, using pink and black as a highlight. Besides that, Schiaparelli designed long black leather gloves as well. As always, the brand showed the Maison’s great extravagance through fashion.
Wide-shouldered blazers and baggy pants are big ones when it comes to Fall 2022 trends. These looks are designed for a more relaxed work and office look. Besides that, oversized blazers will occupy a prominent position. Thus, there will be more informal looks, but at the same time very stylish.
In the autumn-winter 2022 collections, high-top boots are absolutely a must-have. Combined with mini skirts, they make a perfect match! Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, and Etro show very accentuated boots, which often go beyond the knee.