Getting your wardrobe ready for fall with the latest trends also includes some big changes when it comes to your accessories. Dramatic shoes are in this season, including fur stilettos and bondage-inspired lace up boots, but if you’re already familiar with the shoes you want for next season, check out the biggest Fall 2015 accessories trends.
From jewelry to bags and even elbow-length gloves, here are the trends that got the highest marks at Fashion Week, from New York to Milan.
Coming back in a fresh way that has nothing to do with your grandmother’s brooches, this piece of jewelry is having a big moment this fall. Oversized brooches are adorning everything from coats and tops to shoes.
From Balenciaga and Prada to Edun and Dolce & Gabbana, dramatic brooches flooded the runways, and you shouldn’t miss out on this cool trend.
2. Fringe Bags
One of the biggest Fall 2015 accessories trends, fringe was already riding high this spring, and there’s no reason to abandon it once the weather gets cooler. Invest in a fringe bag, whether you like ‘70s inspired fringe or the more Western version of it. Emilio Pucci, Altuzarra, and Burberry Prorsum were just a few labels that showcased gorgeous fringe handbags on the runways at Fashion Week.
The right way to fight the cold weather this fall, berets proved a hit on the runways. Whether you prefer a simply woolly one or a more dramatic, embellished beret, you’ll be able to pull it off the right, if Fashion Week is any indication. Gucci, Paul & Joe, Luisa Beccaria, and Fay had runway shows with plenty of beret inspiration.
4. Big Buckle Belts
Wide belts are definitely one of the big Fall 2015 accessories trends, but you can still be trendy if you prefer the skinny or twisted varieties. The trick is to make sure that they have a big buckle. Roberto Cavalli, Versace, Roksanda Ilincic, and Salvatore Ferragamo proved that the belt is the perfect fall accessory, and can also double as a gorgeous piece of jewelry.
5. The Single Earring
It’s been around since last fall, but the trend of the single earring doesn’t seem to be on its way out at all. Plenty of designers chose to showcase big and dramatic earrings, just one per model. Dior, Balmain, Tibi, and Anteprima used gorgeous statement earrings, from unique metallic designs to really embellished earrings.
6. Long Scarves
If you plan on wearing a scarf this fall, make sure that it’s slim and tied around your neck. This menswear-inspired look definitely hits plenty of feminine notes, since the right way to rock a scarf is to have it hit below the waist. It’s one of the best Fall 2015 accessories trends, after making a big splash at Fashion Week during shows from House of Holland and Chloé to Tory Burch.
7. Elbow-Length Gloves
After Amal Clooney showed off gorgeous long gloves at the 2015 Golden Globes, it seems like they’re turning into a really interesting fall trend. The dramatic length definitely makes them sophisticated, but they’re not for everyone. Marc Jacobs, Dries van Noten and Prada experimented with different colors and lengths, but the common ground are elbow-length luxe leather gloves.
8. Fur Stoles
Fur shoes are definitely a strong fashion statement, but the stole is a lot more accessible, whether it’s real or faux. It’s one of the Fall 2015 accessories trends that goes best with the wide belt one, since the right way to wear a fur stole seems to be tucked into the belt. Michael Kors and Roksanda Ilincic impressed with the best fur stole looks on the runway.
9. Oversized Bags
Big bags are another big trend for fall. While Balmain, Moschino, and Fendi went for oversized bags that stand out, another popular trend was the matchy-matchy look. The Row and Boss showcased oversized bags that were perfectly matched to coats.
See also: All the Shoe Trends for Fall 2015
10. Wide Chokers
If a long flowing scarf tied to your neck is not for you, you can still try one of the most interesting Fall 2015 accessories trends with the wide choker. Altuzarra, Ohne Titel and Tome proved that the look really works, even it it’s just a stretchy headband around your neck.