5 Fall Trends At Net-A-Porter To Try, Including Statement Sweaters & Oversized Bags
Like any seasoned shopper, you're probably waist-deep in online browser windows brimming with fall wardrobe options right about now. Scanning your favorite stores' first arrivals of the new season to single out the styles that are sure to be big — before everyone else gets their hands on them — and then strategically selecting which trends are worthy of working into your existing aesthetic is no small undertaking. So to help in your ongoing efforts and to ensure you're impeccably dressed for the season ahead, some of the hard work's been done for you. Read on for the fall trends at Net-A-Porter that you actually need to try.
It's no secret that Net-a-Porter does seasonal curation like nobody else. The online retailer's got an amazing eye for what's new and noteworthy, meaning just one glance at its new arrivals page and you're bound to be overwhelmed with inspiration for countless ensembles. But an abundance of on-point pieces to choose from can sometimes be too much to take in — after all, you're likely not looking to invest in an entirely new wardrobe each time the weather shifts. That's where it becomes essential to identify key styles and silhouettes that'll help you stand out this season.
Firstly, a fall closet is incomplete without a collection of cozy sweaters. But this season, your basic knits won't cut it alone. For fall 2019 it's all about the statement sweater to stick out in a sea of standard neutral pullovers. Still loving the pastel shades that took spring by storm? Snag MM6 Maison Margiela's mint green wool paneled turtleneck sweater, $670, to lighten up the darker shades of your autumn aesthetic. Or for a really bold take, try Isabel Marant's raspberry quarter-zip wool sweater, $740, which marries a typically sporty style with feminine voluminous sleeves. Either way, the key is to elevate your fall basics with a knockout knit you won't see anywhere else — or try pairing a striking sweater with one of fall's other trendy picks you can score at Net-a-Porter, like these fuchsia corduroy cropped pants, $315, from Apiece Apart.
Outerwear is an essential for cooler weather, and this time around it's oversized silhouettes that'll be spotted all over. Jump ahead of the pack by investing in the styles already cropping up at Net-a-Porter, like Acne Studios' retro-inspired shearling coat, $3,500, or Apiece Apart's classic caramel oversized cut wool coat, $625. Bring added interest by slipping some of fall's trending moody florals beneath by way of this ruched silk skirt, $970, from Isabel Marant paired with a vividly-hued sweater.
And since fall comes with a back-to-work attitude, it's safe to say that summer's fun, albeit impractical mini-purses simply won't cut it — so go ahead and get in on fall's bigger bag trend. Large shoulder bags are factoring big in Net-a-Porter's early fall arrivals, like Isabel Marant's croc-embossed black leather style, $1,290, or the inventive fringed alpaca and wool bag by Lauren Manoogian, $420. They'll comfortably fit all your essentials as you dash to and from the office and have you well ahead of the pack still sporting micro styles.
For fall trend shopping made easy, keep scrolling to find some the best styles from Net-a-Porter's new arrivals then hop over to the online store for even more.
A slightly slouchy sweater like this one won't blend into the background thanks to the two-toned mint color palette and ruching at the sleeves.
This bold raspberry wool sweater is sleek thanks to the quarter zip closure, but a bit flirty and feminine thanks to its voluminous sleeves and nipped-in waistline.
Oversized Shoulder Bags
This cream-colored wool blend bag offers an unstructured yet refined way to tote all your must-haves around town.
All of your essentials will fit into this shoulder bag — plus you'll look completely on-trend thanks to the oversized croc-embossed silhouette.
This oversized wool coat in a versatile neutral is like slipping into your boyfriend's coat, except for a whole lot chicer.
Acne Studios' shearling coat features contrasting pastel-yellow leather panels for a cool, retro feel. Its oversized silhouette brings an on-trend look.
Dark Fall Florals
Dark moody florals paired with floaty, voluminous sleeves is a recipe for a fall-ready romantic look.
Feminine ruching and delicate draping make this skirt a classic closet staple, but the cool, rich colored florals keep it on-trend.
Corduroy pants are nothing new — but when rendered in a bright fuchsia shade with a slim silhouette, they feel completely on-trend for the season ahead.