The Only Trends You Need to Know From Fashion Month -- Shop Them Now!

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Discover the biggest trends from the fall 2019 fashion weeks from New York, London, Milan and Paris.

Another season, another fashion month down. 

As of Tuesday, the four-city fashion weeks have concluded and the new fall/winter 2019/2020 collections debuted on the runway. 

We know what you're thinking, how can we possibly fathom to ask you to think about next year's fall and winter when we're in the last leg of this season's cold weather at the moment? Although we're all highly anticipating spring, every stylish lady knows it's never too early to know what's ahead.

Compared to the spring 2019 shows, which embraced low-key, Cali-cool styles like tie-dye and crochet, fall 2019 gets down to business courtesy of cinched blazers, houndstooth checks and leather ensembles -- just to name a few -- that encourage you to make more effort when it comes to layering and dressing up. 

Discover the trends you'll be seeing everywhere in six months straight from the New York, London, Milan and Paris runways, and wear them now by shopping our selection of under-$200 picks below. 

Cinched Toppers

Belted blazers, jackets and coats were everywhere. Tailored toppers were cinched at the waist with belts of various widths to lend shape and accentuate the frame, which appears further polished.  

Michael Kors Collection - JP Yim/Getty Images for Michael Kors
Brandon Maxwell - Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows
Tibi - JP Yim/Getty Images



Zara Belted Striped Blazer $119

Houndstooth Print 

Checks always return for fall, but this year the focus will be on the classic houndstooth on everything from outerwear to blouses. And they're not limited to black and white! 

Chanel - Peter White/Getty Images
Victoria Beckham - Gareth Cattermole/BFC/Getty Images
Peter White/Getty Images



Who What Wear Plus Size Long Sleeve Relaxed Silky Blouse $30

Peek-A-Boo Shoulder

Say hello to the older sister of the off-the-shoulder trend. Asymmetric necklines that bare a flash of shoulder is subtly sexy and more elevated than its ubiquitous counterpart.  

Oscar de la Renta - Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
Versace - Estrop/Getty Images
Jonathan Simkhai - Albert Urso/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows



House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve Iris Blouse $158

Leather Looks 

Full leather ensembles circulated the runways from Milan to Paris and looked fierce by way of jackets, skirts, pants and even jumpsuits. If you're not into the head-to-toe look, opt for a longline leather coat to pair with casual pieces. 

Christian Dior - Peter White/Getty Images
Altuzarra - Estrop/Getty Images
Salvatore Ferragamo - Pietro D'aprano/Getty Images



Lulus Adelene Camel Vegan Leather Trench Coat $98

Bucket Bags 

This carryall trend is not slowing down! We spotted many variations of the elongated square silhouette across many collections offered in a variety of shades from neutral to bright. 

Ulla Johnson - Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
Cushnie - Mike Coppola/Getty Images for TRESemme
Staud - Albert Urso/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows



Sole Society Nikole Woven Bucket Bag $60


A mix of brown and orange, the earthy color is equal parts boho and elegant and surprisingly easy to wear via pantsuits or dresses. We suggest accessorizing with gold jewelry, which will pop against the warm hue. 

Stella McCartney - Peter White/Getty Images
Chloe - Yanshan Zhang/Getty Images
Givenchy - Dominique Charriau/WireImage


& Other Stories

& Other Stories Wrap Midi Dress $119

Mary Janes 

The girly buckled footwear is made cooler (and mature) with details like cut-outs, studs and shiny finishes for the perfect combination of sweet and edgy. 

Anna Sui - Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
Miu Miu - Peter White/Getty Images
Prabal Gurung - Peter White/FilmMagic


Dune London

Dune London Mary Jane Block Heel Court Shoe $109, Sale $65


Cloak-like pieces rendered in dark velvet to sunny yellow to brown plaid floated down the catwalk. They're a fashion-froward alternative to a coat if you're seeking a touch more drama. 

Redemption - Jacopo Raule/Getty Images
Valentino - Dominique Charriau/WireImage
Lanvin - Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images


Pixie Market

Pixie Market Tan Cape Trench Coat $189

Each product has been selected, and each product’s style has been reviewed, by our editorial team; however, we may receive affiliate commissions from some links to products on this page. Prices listed are subject to change by the retailer.

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