Here are some of my favorite trends for Fall/Winter 2019

This fall season the runways had fun with jazz club themes and an emotional tribute to Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld. I’m pretty crazy about what I saw on the runway! Big, oversized suit jackets, shimmery coats, oversized furry jackets, Ralph Lauren’s sleek, tailored yet feminine, tuxedo looks, hats are baaaack, lots of shimmer and shine, fun graphic tees, and finally we’re seeing more older models walking the runways.

If you’re like most of us, you don’t necessarily buy designer fashions due to budget constraints, but the good news is all brands participate in this infusion of new colors, textures, and styles, and you’ll see “streetwear” versions of designer fashion in Marshalls, Dillards, Ross, Target, and even Amazon.

Click on the streetwear pieces you like, and it will take you to the Target website to purchase the garment.  These are affiliate links, and if you purchase through the link, it doesn’t cost you any extra, but the company will pay me a small commission. Thank you!

Chanel Houndstooth

With the passing of Karl Lagerfeld, I sense that the classic houndstooth is even more meaningful this year. I love this black and white pattern in a jumpsuit, dress, or coat. Below is the Chanel designer fashion, and next, there are some Target fashions using this timeless print.

Chanel Houndstooth Fashion


Puff Sleeve Tie-Waist Midi Dress, Target


Long Sleeved Drapey Sleeve Houndstooth Blouse, Target


Houndstooth Cardigan, Target

Leather & Plaid Exemplify Fall

Khaite is a designer new to the New York Fashion Week Runway. The stylish combinations of leather and plaid exemplify fall. Take a look at some Target pieces that reflect this chic look.

Khaite Fashion


Faux Leather Long Coat, Target


Plaid Blazer, Target

Sumptuous Coats

Who doesn’t love a fluffy, soft coat? As the days and nights turn cold, these faux fur coats will keep you toasty!

Max Mara Fashion

Leopard Print Faux Fur Jacket, Target


Oversized Sherpa Faux Fur Jacket, Target

Expressive Graphic Tees

The thing I love about graphic tees is they’re so playful and artistic (well…they CAN be!), and they have a message. They’re meant to be fun, not taken seriously, and a great piece to wear under a jacket, sweater, or vest. Have you saved your concert tee shirts from the 60s, 70s, or 80s? Go for it!

Versace Graphic Tee Fashion


Rolling Stones Concert Tee, Target


Prince Graphic Tee, Target