Dominating Basics

Find out how to ace the easiest fashion trend for Fall — everyday basics.



Find out how to ace the easiest fashion trend for Fall — everyday basics.

Every season brings a fresh set of daring, eye-catching fashion trends that are worthy of incorporating into your wardrobe. But if you've been feeling more like a #CleanGirl lately than a Dopamine dresser, or if you just prefer to wear what you currently own to something new, you're in for a treat. FALL 2022 is all about the fundamentals; the simple, everyday items that you most likely invested in a long time ago.

In this series of Trend Alert, here are some ways you can easily ace this style in a modern manner. Let’s dominate the basics.

Don’t skip out on the micros (or minis).

One of the biggest trends we’ve seen this Fall is the micro-mini skirt. This risqué silhouette was worn by icons like Christina Aguilera and Paris Hilton in the early 2000s, and seems to be making a comeback. Crafted in all types of styles and fabric, more and more fashionistas are seen rocking this look.

Now, if you have your reservations on this trend, balance out the teeny-tiny skirt with a long trench for more coverage. It brings out the youthfulness of the little skirt, while juxtaposing it against a more structured outerwear. And to tie in this preppy look, we recommend a pair of easy slip-ons, like these Anette Platform Oxford Loafer Mules for strutting around town confidently.

If the minis aren’t for you, don’t worry!

Bid adieu to the summer heat, and welcome the cool days of autumn with the help for these one-pieces. They are great for all seasons, but especially for Fall. Reintroducing the latest iteration of ‘90s revival — maxi-length dresses. These slimming silhouettes show your curves without constricting your movement, while providing a little more warmth in comparison to your short summer dresses.

We absolutely adore this trend. For one, they are fuss-free and serve as the foundation for other fall wardrobe essentials. And! You can pair them with an elegant heel or preppy loafers like these Georgia Patent Slingbacks for a more put-together ensemble. Besides, you probably already have a piece like this in your wardrobe. Time to dust it off, and show it off for the season.

Shield Your Eyes — Fashionably.

Spotted on many Fall/Winter 2022 runways are massive, tinted sunglasses that closely resemble the oversized frames we’ve seen in the ‘70s. For those who enjoy a dramatic moment — #MaterialGworl, oversized sunglasses are the fashion statement to make this Fall. They convey an eccentric retro style, while keeping the boldness of modern invention.

Not to say the least, they go with most of all your outfits. Sunglasses are great accessories that can take an ensemble from basic to glam in seconds. We’ve paired one with an all-neutral outfit and our Vanessa Patent Sandals, a look promising enough to conquer the streets.

Take it up a notch with this fiery red.

For the dare devils and style adventurers, this brilliant tone of fiery red is the trend to love. This bright shade seems to be everywhere at the moment, and it’s quite the contrast to the neutral colours of Fall that we often associate the season to.

If you already have this colour in your wardrobe, Great! We are all for using the fashion staples you already have in your wardrobe. Put a new spin to this standout colour by blocking colours in your outfit. There are a few winning combinations that work faultlessly each and every time — red and black, red and blue, etc. But we have to go with yellow and red to bring the best out of this season’s trending shade. And while you are at it, extend the trend colour to your accessories like this Sander X Single Strap Shoulder Bag.

Which Fall/Winter 22 trend will you be trying this season? Tag us in your ensembles with #PACEWithPazzion on Instagram.

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