Getting Cozy with Fall Trends

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Womens Fall Fashion Trends in 2015 - eco ethical fair trade clothing.

The temperatures may be boiling where you are but Fall is just around the corner. Which means that Fall Fashion is peeking through the summer haze.

As always, we’re not ready to jump on board with every latest trend making its way down the runway (Fur lined sleeve cuffs and socks? No thanks.). But there are several we are excited to curl up in once the weather turns crisp.

Here are some of our favorites.

Ponchos

We could not be more delighted to see ponchos on the runway this season. Cozy and versatile yet fun and flirty, ponchos are one of our favorite wardrobe staples. We’ve got them for every season and occasion and love to dress them up and down.

To wear this trend ethically, check out the Novelty V Poncho for early Fall and snuggle up in the Martini Stud Poncho when the temperatures dip to downright chilly.

Womens organic cotton Novelty V Poncho in Ash Mix by IndigenousWomens organic cotton Martini Stud Poncho in Truffle Brown by Indigenous

Wavy Hemlines

Hemlines have been having a moment in recent years from high-low to completely asymmetrical. This season, it’s all about the wave and the flounce. A little bit of movement adds flair and fun to any skirt.

We love the feminine touch this trend gives to skirts and how easy it is to do without complicated manufacturing processes or extra materials. Want to wear this trend ethically? Check out the Wave Skirt. Don’t be distracted by the ‘summer blue’ color. This hue will turn autumnal when paired with a brown top or boots. Or match it with the DTW Cardigan for a striking, I've-traveled-the-world feel. For another great option, try the EZ skirt. It has a twirl-worthy hemline, and comes in all sorts of deep fall colors.

Womens organic cotton Wave Skirt with a wavy hemline.Womens DTW Cardigan in Ash and Teal Mix by Indigenous.

Fall Fashion Trends 2015: Twirling Hemlines. The womens EZ Skirt in Black.

Short Skirts

The other hemline trend this season is short. Mini skirts of all shapes and sizes are back and have been paired with everything from tucked blouses to cropped jackets to long sweaters and coats.

Meet our favorite ethically-made skirt this Fall. It’s short. It’s studded. It’s ready for boots. Pair it with any one of our Fall sweaters for this cozy, coffeehouse-chic look. Or turn it up a notch with our Moto Jacket.

Womens short knit Embellished Ribbed Skirt in cognac by Indigenous.Womens ethically made Moto Jacket by Indigenous

Turtlenecks – the New Tees

While some hemlines are going shorter, some necks are going higher. Featured on the runways in every possible shape and size (from fine-knit to heavy and chunky) and in every possible configuration (even layered) turtlenecks remain a great way to feel warm and stylish.

Our Ribbed Turtleneck is a great way to wear this trend. The slouchy turtleneck gives it a casual feel and while the ribbed knit lets it dress both up and down.

Womens Knit Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater in Navy Blue by Indigenous.

Skinny Scarves

Been eyeing the scarves lined up in your closet and wishing it would just cool down a little? Us too. The good news is that scarves, particularly skinny ones, have made their mark on the runways.

If covering your neck with a turtleneck isn’t your style, explore the scarf trend. Our Jersey Scarf is perfect way to brighten your outfit on the skinny scarf trend. Or buck trend just a bit and check out our Jersey Infinity Scarf for a slightly thicker, but equally stylish option.

Womens Organic Cotton Skinny Jersey Scarf in Blue by IndigenousWomens organic cotton striped Jersey Infinity Scarf by Indigenous

What Fall Fashion are you most excited about?

 


Written by Tricia Mirchandani of the blog Raising HumansWritten by Tricia Mirchandani. Tricia is a mother of two, a freelance writer and the blogger behind Raising Humans. Her words have appeared on the Huffington Post, Washington Post, SheKnows, and in Pregnancy and Newborn magazine. She tells stories because sharing words can make the world a better place.