November Trends From Our Online Boutique

November is such a magical month. It’s almost Christmastime, but it still feels too much like fall to jump headfirst into winter fashion. We’re sending the season off in style! Today we’re discussing our favorite November trends. As seasons change and styles transition, here are our favorite ways to finish off autumn and welcome in winter fashion. 

Trend #1: Midi Skirts and Dresses

Can’t choose between a mini and a maxi? Midi lengths are the perfect in between. Something about them feels so autumnal! Midi skirts are chic and have a retro feel that we’re totally embracing this season. We love styling them with chunky sweaters or blazers. We love this trend because there’s something for everyone. Whether you prefer poofy tulle skirts or streamlined satin skirts, the midi trend is perfect for all occasions!

Kenzie Knit Wrap Dress

Marla Knit Midi Skirt

Esme Dotted Tulle Skirt

Trend #2: Brilliant Blazers

Blazers are a preppy fall classic. They’re wonderful layering pieces for cool weather. We love pairing blazers with feminine dresses, skirts, jeans, and slacks. Blazers have long been associated with menswear and business casual, but we’re always finding new ways to style them. Whether you choose tailored or oversized, solid colored or patterned, blazers are so chic! Blazers transform your favorite pieces into something pretty and polished.

Agnes Double Breasted Blazer

Toni Oversized Plaid Blazer

Nellie Shirred Blazer

Trend #3 Satin Slip Dresses

Slip dresses = casual glamor. They’re comfy, easy to wear, and easy to style! These silky strapless dresses became popular in the ‘90s, but we’ve seen them make a comeback over the past year. We love styling them with different shoes, sweaters, and accessories to create looks for date night, brunch, and more. This understated style is here to stay!  

Hailey Satin Slip Dress

Helen Cowl Neck Midi Dress

Vanna Satin Slip Dress

Trend #4 Adorable Textured Sweaters

Texture adds a twist to basic sweaters! This November, we’re crushing on cable knit, pom-poms, eyelash knit, and more. Textured sweaters can be fun statement pieces or simple basics. We find ourselves styling textured sweaters with flowy maxi skirts, jeans, and tulle skirts. We love the way texture adds dimension and flair to any look!

Lettie Cable Knit Turtleneck

Laurel Pom Knit Top

Gwyneth Fuzzy Cropped Cardigan 

Our cute boutique loves these November trends! Which trend was your favorite?

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