6 Uncomplicated Autumn Trends That Essentially Style Themselves

I’m personally not that big of a fan of “tricky trends.” You know, those trends that just seem complicated—whether it’s that they don’t pair easily with go-to basics like jeans or appear to be uncomfortable and not so versatile. If you’re with me, what's coming your way could be particularly intriguing to you. Yep, autumn 2020 actually hosts a variety of simple trends that are actually quite easy to style.

Essentially, the looks in question could inherently just style themselves and make a fashion-forward statement with minimal effort aside from potentially having to mix in a few basics. I’m talking about items like eye-catching knit dresses, directional tailoring, and so on. Keep scrolling to check out these six uncomplicated autumn trends, complete with a bit of visual inspiration. You’ll also find shopping recommendations as well if you’re interested in getting a jump-start on building out your wardrobe.

Leather Separates

The beauty of leather and faux-leather separates is that they add a directional element to an ensemble. Toss on a pair of leather trousers or shirt and let that piece do the work mixed with other basics.

Slouchy Blazer

A slouchy blazer will bring a modern and sophisticated twist to any outfit. Your tee and trouser pairing will look much more "styled" with this addition.

Oversize Shirting

Throw on an oversized shirt with a pair of jeans or trousers to make an instant statement worn open with a tee or closed. 

Re-Worked Trench Coat

You can essentially wear just about anything underneath an eye-catching trench coat with upgraded features like extra-long cuts and puff sleeves, and come across as quite forward.

Knit Dress

A trendy knit dress is the ideal throw-on-and-go option. You basically need nothing more than an cool pair of shoes for an instantly-chic outfit.

Chunky Boots

Chunky black boots are practical and of-the-moment. You'll look very "current" slipping into a pair with even a basic sweater and jean combo. 

This piece originally appeared on Who What Wear U.S. 

Next up, the biggest autumn/winter 2020 fashion trends to know. 

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