• 22 May, 2024

15 Chic and Wearable Fall Fashion Trends to Rock in 2023!

The YouTube video "15 Best Wearable Fall Fashion Trends for 2023!" showcases various stylish and wearable trends for the season. The host highlights wideleg jeans as a key trend, emphasizing the importance of a flattering fit and ankle sliver to achieve a stylish look. She also discusses customizable maxi skirts, plaid mini skirts, and Chanel-inspired clothing, as well as the significance of neutral tones and brown colors in fall fashion. Additionally, she shares her favorite on-trend shoes and accessories, including chunky loafers, on-cloud running sneakers, cable knit sweaters, and subtle color jewelry, showcasing their versatility in creating different outfits. 

  • 00:00:00 In this section, the host shares the first wearable fall fashion trend for 2023, which is wideleg jeans. She showcases a pair from the brand BBong, highlighting their flattering fit, medium wash, and high-waisted design. She notes that the key to pulling off wideleg jeans is to ensure they are not dragging on the floor, and that the ankle sliver is the sweet spot for a stylish look.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the host discusses various fall fashion trends, including customizable maxi skirts, plaid mini skirts, and Chanel-inspired clothing. She also highlights the importance of neutral tones and brown colors in the season's fashion, and showcases several outfits featuring these trends. Additionally, she shares her favorite on-trend shoes, including chunky loafers and on-cloud running sneakers, and discusses the versatility of these pieces in creating different looks.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the host, Shay, discusses the benefits of a thick, luxurious cable knit sweater with a collared neckline, which adds a touch of femininity and sophistication to an outfit. She also highlights the trend of incorporating subtle color into jewelry, showcasing a green bezel necklace that can be worn alone or paired with existing jewelry.

Maxine DuBuque

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