Tracking all the standouts from this season’s top collections.From Harper's BAZAAR
Keep an eye out for these new releases. From Harper's BAZAAR
Your favorite suit just got a makeover.From Harper's BAZAAR
Move over, pumpkin spice—these are going to be an even bigger trend.From Marie Claire
We're obsessed with these cozy yet chic shades.
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Millennial pink has had a good run, but as we close out the first year of the zooming ‘20s, our mood has turned a bit darker, and we’re craving...
There’s a time and a place for wearing neon pink—and it’s usually during a workout or at a rave—so we’re pretty happy to see that garish, ultra-bright colors are not trending for the final months of 2020. In...
The Supreme Court justice's neckpieces always told a story. From Harper's BAZAAR
If there's one major hair-color trend to look out for this fall, it's red. Brian K. Hawthorne, colorist at DevaCurl's Devachan Hair Salon, says that when the temperatures get colder, clients go warmer — literally. Now, more than ever, people are seeking out bold looks to symbolize change, and the auburn and copper hues ahead fit the bill. Convinced you should go red, too? Colleen Flaherty, colorist at Spoke & Weal salon in New York, is all for it, but she warns that it does require a bit of research. Go through your Instagram, consult your colorist, and find photos with hair colors that inspire you. (We're here to help with the last one!) Flaherty says that whenever she meets with a client who wants to dye their hair red, she asks them how long they've been considering it and what sparked the change. "I also give them real expectations on what their color can realistically turn out to be," Flaherty explains. "Red hair tends to fade quickly based on how much you wash and how much you heat style. I make sure they understand that and let them know they should come in for a gloss to refresh the tone in between color appointments." In other words, red hair isn't exactly a low-maintenance or subtle choice for fall — but, boy, is it beautiful. Ahead, Hawthorne, and Flaherty map out the four biggest red-hair trends you can expect to see this year. Bonus: There are loads of IG images worth saving for your colorist. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Are Keratin Treatments Safe For Natural Hair?5 Cool-Girl Hairstyle Trends To Try This FallTrendy Wedding Updos For Brides With Short Hair
Spoiler alert: Each combo involves white.
A primer on the most popular styles from across the pond.
Celebs served major glam from home this year. From Harper's BAZAAR
Some might dismiss the intensity with which we follow every change and shift in the sartorial breeze as the behavior of trend-lemmings. But, we prefer to think of ourselves more as disciplined students of fashion. No matter how you spin it, we’re always hot on the trail of the next big thing — and there’s nothing like a change in seasons to put us on high alert for what’s new in the wardrobe world. While we don't discriminate against specific clothing categories, there's a special place in our fall hearts for the dress. No other item of clothing has the power to make (or break) an entire outfit in a single zip-up or button-down. With this in mind, we hit up our favorite labels, sites, and influencers to figure out which frock-adjacent trends are shaping up to be the most prominent this season — and, more importantly, which styles will be the most wearable while we WFH. We discovered it all from loungewear-like knitted numbers to comfy-chic ribbed midis and even an autumnal version of the prairie dress. Click through to discover the seven fall dress trends and accompanying style suggestions we're wishlisting into our virtual shopping carts as we type. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team, but if you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Leggings Are Our Love LanguageThese NYFW Trends Are A Sign Of The Times16 Of The Best Fall Overalls Under The Sun
It encourages relaxation and comfort.
Two words: hazmat tuxedos. From Harper's BAZAAR
ICYMI: Statement eye makeup is trending this fall. With most of our interactions taking place virtually and half of our faces being covered in masks...
So many good things.
We wear these every day (not just Wednesday).
From Zendaya in Christopher John Rogers to Issa Rae, check out all the stunning outfits on the virtual red carpet of television's biggest night. From Harper's BAZAAR