Be Prepared for Fall with These Haute 2014 Trends!

Posted Saturday August 16, 2014 3:03 PM GMT

Before you know it, the leaves are going to start changing and you'll need a sweater to step out in the evening. Don't get trapped with only a closet full of summer clothes this fall.

We pulled together the hottest trends for the upcoming season to make sure you are more than prepared for the chilly temps in a number with a number of fashion forward pieces that are available to pick up now!

The “Magic Eye” Books Look

This iconic series from your youth is coming to life again this fall in a big way! Designers like Proenza Schouler and Mary Katrantzou paired hypnotic print sweaters, trousers and coats together with simple solids for a truly unique look that is super-hot this season.

The Urban Cowboy

Let’s head to the Wild West with a few pieces like overalls, hats and utility jackets. Dion Lee and Alexander Wang are just a couple designers making their mark on the industry with this fun-loving trend.

SNEAKS

We’re letting out a sigh of relief because darling tennis are an acceptable footwear addition to your fall wardrobe. Pair with high fashion pieces like flirty shorts and an oversized sweater for the perfect colder weather ensemble.

Ice, Ice Baby

Pastels are not just for summer anymore! Get the icy cool look with chilly, blue hues that vary in shades and match well with everything from overcoats to shoes!

Dress Up

Think wearing a dress over pants is nuts? Well, it's a fall trend! Not only will you get lots of wear out of this ensemble, but you won’t have to worry about fussing with tights.

The Mechanic Look

Dressing like a sexy mechanic is actually a trend, now that designers like rag & bone and Steven Alan have made a wonderful case for long-sleeve jumpsuits that are cozy all through the chilly days of fall.

Glitter

Leave a trail of glitter to be remembered after picking up a few sparkly pieces this season. Rodarte, Marc Jacobs and Dries Can Noten are pairing edge and glam together with sparkly coats and bombers.

Plaid

Plaid didn't die in the nineties, thanks to designers like Thakoon! Your inner prep kid or grunge rocker will surely thank you for when you step out in one of these designs.

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