5 Trends We Love for Pre Fall 2019

9 months ago

It is the season of brisk mornings, sunny afternoons, and evenings that make you regret not carrying a warmer coat. It is officially the most confusing season of the year, and dressing right for it can be a little tricky. On the bright side, Le Mill’s Pre Fall 2019 edit has arrived in store just before your wanderlust kicks in. The coolest pieces of the season feature earthy textures, bold pops of colour, or tongue-in-cheek throwbacks. Meet our top 5 trends to champion this season!

Bike shorts are a major trend for Pre Fall 2019. But no, don’t feel compelled to hit the treadmill with these. The once daring trend comes back in an elegant, elevated basic avatar. Already championed by celebs like Kim Kardashian, Hailey Baldwin and Bella Hadid, labels like Fendi, Dior, Chanel, and Rosetta Getty are all giving us our fix this season.

Nothing says back-to-school and spells “Fall” like plaid. Plaid suiting is all the rage. Plus, you don’t have to give these up when the temperatures begin to drop. Plaid pants or skirts are modest and every bit cool. By Any Other Name, a new label by Rosie Assoulin offers a nice fix. Silvia Tcherassi takes it a notch further with plaid bike shorts! Brands like Gucci, Burberry, Coach and Giorgio Armani join the fray too.

Get ready to party like it’s the 1980s with brands like Versace, Johanna Ortiz and Balmain crafting party-worthy numbers. This season, we are all for those super short, super tight and super ruched dresses.

Think big and bold. Look to Collina Strada for abstracts, Proenza Schouler for elevated tie-dyes, and Schiaparelli for neon gradients. What binds them is that they are all evocative, and pushing extremes.

All that glitters had better be gold. Chanel presented an Egyptian-inspired collection that includes the most dazzling take on the trend. Gucci’s molten metallic column dresses are definite head turners. Alexa Chung made us lust after lustrous pants. Clearly, gold is here to stay!

Shop the best of Pre Fall 2019 trends at Le Mill