5 Fall 2021 Microtrends Fashion People Are Already Wearing

As fashion editors, it’s part of our jobs to always be looking ahead in fashion. While we’re deep in the summer style scene right now, wearing pieces like yellow sunglasses and sporty swimsuits that are having a major moment, we’re also thinking about what fall fashion will look like. We’re already seeing early signs of what fashion insiders will be wearing for the season ahead and there are already a number of fall microtrends set to define 2021 that have been adopted by the fashion set.

So, which pieces are already winning out? Many of them are trends that take inspiration straight from the runways, including the midriff-baring knit skirt sets that made a statement at Fendi and the saturated shades that we saw pretty much everywhere. Ahead, see 5 fall microtrends I’m expecting will be huge in 2021 and shop my edit to start wearing them now if you’re

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Katie Sturino recreates celebrity style moments with her hashtag #SuperSizeTheLook

Katie Sturino is the founder of Megababe, a popular body care product line, author of Body Talk: How to Embrace Your Body and Start Living Your Best Life and a sartorial superstar. 

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But Sturino is perhaps best known for creating a counter-narrative for plus-size women who have too often been stigmatized in fashion. Sturino uses her Instagram to recreate iconic celebrity style moments for her 625,000 followers. Her hashtag #SupersizeTheLook showcases her recreating celebrity looks and calling out brands that don’t make extended sizes.

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But Sturino isn’t about competing with other women. It’s not about “who wore it better” so much as it’s about celebrating that every body looks good. 

“I started that because women of all sizes like someone’s style but often think

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Kareena Kapoor’s Throwback Thursday post proves she is the queen of maternity fashion



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Kareena Kapoor Khan’s maternity fashion game is inspirational. Back in 2016, when she was expecting her first child, Taimur Ali Khan, she stunned many with her sartorial choices as she flaunted her baby bump with grace and style. During her second pregnancy, she has sported and slayed it all – from comfortable kaftans to glamorous dresses. In her Throwback Thursday post on Instagram today, July 28, Kareena talked about maternity fashion being a thing.

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Kareena Kapoor, who gave birth to her and Saif Ali Khan’s second son Jeh in February, impressed one and all with her maternity fashion. Recently, she shared a throwback photo from her first pregnancy in an olive green evening gown by Deme by Gabriella. The gorgeous outfit featured a thigh-high slit and Kareena looked fabulous in it while flaunting her pre-baby glow and baby bump.

Kareena captioned the post, “Whoever

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