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Fall Edit: Patterns & Silhouettes

September 12, 2019

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September marks the beginning of fall, and we’re wasting no time getting into the spirit. While autumn welcomes comfy scarves and pumpkin spice lattes, it’s also undeniably one of the best seasons for high fashion. From daring prints to extravagant details, fall is a trendsetter’s favorite time of year. To help you get ready for the season, we’re launching our Fall Edit to share our favorite fashionable trends at the best mall in Miami.


Animal Instincts


Leopards, zebras, and cheetahs — oh my! This fall is all about bracing your wild side. Animal prints are a long-standing wardrobe staple, infusing adventure into your ensemble with bold sophistication. From the jungle to the grasslands, exotic animal prints are abounding this fall. Animal patterns in neutral camel-hued tones can make an intriguing statement in a subtle way. Pair animal print with solid staples, like a buttoned-up blouse or simple black tee, or dare to mix in brightly-hued colors this season.

Caspian Silk Jersey Flare Pants at Diane von Furstenberg, $498

Short Printed Silk Dress at Sandro, $430

Hera Zephyr Dress at All Saints, $260


Mad About Plaid


This season’s most coveted textile is a trend that will last through 2019. Polished and preppy plaid pieces are making fall buttoned-up in all of the right places. Pair a tailored blazer over your favorite boyfriend jeans for a look that merges cool-girl glam with Ivy League chic. Give plaid a twirl with a pleated skirt filled with movement or a more polished mini short. The versatile pattern adds elegance in an instant.

Tailored Blazer at Scotch & Soda, $198

Boucle Plaid Short at Rebecca Taylor, $325

Elastic Pleated Plaid Skirt at Maje, $340


Camo Cool


Fashionistas reporting for duty. Add a pop of camouflage to your shopping list. From military-inspired pants to more relaxed sweaters, a camo-infused look is an achievable way to stay on trend this fall. From Ariana Grande to Zendaya, it girls everywhere are incorporating the relaxed trend into their stylish repertoire. When it comes to mastering the cadet-inspired look, start with one piece and build to your look with monochromatic basics.

Good Waist Camo at Good American, $169

Merino Wool Sweatshirt in Camo at J. Crew, $89.50

Pack it Up Jacket at Lululemon, $138


Polka Dot Power


Just sign on the dotted line, and you’ll turn heads this fall! Darling polka dots ruled the fall 2019 runways, sewn into stunning dresses and flowy feminine tops. But don’t be fooled, polka dots aren’t just for the girl next door. Be daring in dramatic silhouettes available at Aventura Mall while rocking this tried-and-true print.

Long Pleated Dress with Embroidery at Maje, $415

Sunrise Dot Tie Neck Top at Rebecca Taylor, $350

Josie Polka Dot Slip Dress at Anthropologie, $120


Birds of a Feather


2018 was a year for fringe, but 2019 is all about feathers. Go big with a feathered dress by Flavio Castellani or keep things refined with simple feather details like Zara’s feather shirt. This trend dates back far in our history, particularly popular in the roaring twenties, and it’s ready for its vibrant comeback.

Short Dress with Ostrich Feathers at Flavio Castellani, $413

Feather Shirt at Zara, $49.90


Denim Dolls


Clearly denim is in year-round, but there are a few high-priority jean trends that will rule the season. A few of the hottest denim pieces to add to your it-list: embellished denim jackets, flare jeans, and utility jumpsuits galore. Use different washes of denim to complement your fall booties and statement tops.

Denim Jacket Trimmed with Studs at Sandro, $395

Good Flare Frey Hem at Good American, $165

Sleeveless Denim Jumpsuit at Topshop located inside Nordstrom, $100


Asymmetrical Necklines


Take a traditional spin on your fall dresses and tops with an asymmetrical neckline. Asymmetrical tops add instant interest and appeal to an outfit, providing a daring silhouette that challenges perspectives.

One-Shoulder Ruffle Dress at BCBG, $268

Carmen Long Sleeve Top at Free People, $78

One Shoulder Long Dress at Flavio Castellani; Price available upon request

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