Trendsetter Thursday: Fall Trends I

Trendsetter Thursday: Fall Trends I

Welcome to Our Crater’s Trendsetter Thursday microblog! Here we show you our favourite looks and styles and give you some of our top fashion tips and tricks.

Today’s look: Fall Trends (part 1)

I don’t know about you, but I’m desperately trying to hang on to my lighter clothes as long as I can! We all know that winter in northern Ontario can be brutal (and lengthy), so I’ve decided to put together an outfit based on my favourite autumn styles that are both warm and functional.

Fall Trend 1: Olive Overcoats

What I love about this overcoat is that it can also function as a dress, shirt, or can be layered. I chose an olive colour for fall because I am able to mix and match it with nearly everything in my wardrobe! I found this style at Zara, but to be honest, some of the best olive and “military” style overcoats can be found at vintage or second-hand stores (Black Market, anyone?).


Fall Trend 2: Slip-on Loafers

This style of shoe was seen everywhere during the summer, and is still a big trend for autumn! They became a fast favourite of mine because of their versatility and the ability to dress up any outfit. The original slip-on loafer was seen on the Gucci runways, but similar styles can be found pretty much any shoe store (Steve Madden) or fast-fashion shops like H&M and Zara.


Fall Trend 3: Bold Statements (literally)

 What I love about this jacket is that it has an unexpected design on the back. So many tops and jackets have phrases and sayings on them this year, and in this case, my overcoat says, “Can’t afford to be plain” (lol). Why not have fun with your fall looks by throwing on a piece with a quirky statement?!

Until next time, friends!


Adriana Nicolucci is a Communications and Film Production graduate, fashion enthusiast, and patterned sock collector. She’s often spotted munching on the Eenie Meenie Grilled Zucchini Pizza at the Buddha. Danny Ocean is her spirit animal, except she’s planning a heist to steal your hearts (not a casino)

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