A Stylist Told Me the Fall Trends That Are Going to Make You Say OMG

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I always look to celebrity stylist Dani Michelle for her take on directional yet wearable trends that she’s regularly dressing her clients like Kendall Jenner in. It’s really just outfits I aspire to wear and I take so much inspiration from the looks she is styling. Recently, I chatted with the stylist to get her take on the biggest fall boot trends, the trendy basics she recommends to all of her clients, and the cool denim trends that will take on 2021. With fall on the mind, I also wanted to find out her take on the new season trends that she is most excited about and we’ll be seeing her clients dressed in.

Here, I’m highlighting the trends Dani Michelle is behind this season, from the cool way to wear suiting now to the shoe silhouette that is a must-buy. Ahead, see the five best trends from a stylist to add to your closet this season.

The oversize suiting trend has been on the rise and is only picking up momentum. Start out with a pair of slouchy trousers, then add a blazer or vest top as spotted on Dani Michelle’s client, Kendall Jenner.

Shrunken baby knits are the fun sweater trend celebs and fashion insiders can’t get enough of. Available in a rainbow of colors and a variety of styles from button-up versions to pin-front designs, there are so many cool takes on the trend.

Clogs are the “ugly” shoe that is back with a vengeance for fall. We’re seeing everything from shearling to leather to rubber versions, so opt for whichever take catches your eye.

No matter what time of the year, slip dresses are the timeless staple you can get a lot of mileage out of. For fall, pair yours with cowboy boots for a look that feels of the moment.

I always love when practical pieces are on-trend, such as puffer jackets. Warm and cozy but undeniably cool, they’re the fall staple you’ll want to add to your closet if you haven’t already. Dani Michelle recommends a saturated shade like green to add a boost of color to your fall wardrobe.

Next, the 12 editor-approved trends I’m wearing until further notice.