Fashion month may be over, but it will still be six months before we see the collections in stores — and analyzing the trends from New York, London, Milan and Paris that are sure to dominate next season has left us even more impatient. So, we've pinpointed some fall trends that we can wear right here, right now — winter weather be damned.
See the galleries below to get a head start on fall '15.
A-Line Mini Skirts
The silhouette, which Nicolas Ghesquiere has made one of his signatures at Louis Vuitton, remains a strong trend into fall, as seen on the runways of Carven, Sharon Wauchob, Cedric Charlier, Mugler and Roland Mouret.
Is it a coat? Is it a vest? All we know is that we saw it at Christine Phung, Maiyet, Theory, Chalayan and Loewe.
Seventies inspo is possibly the most ubiquitous trend of the fall runways. Take a cue from London brands like Topshop Unique, Felder Felder, Eudon Choi, Gareth Pugh and Jonathan Saunders and channel the decade with flared trousers.
Les Copains, Fausto Puglisi and Prada all used pins to add a little flare to their fall collections. It's a classic accessory made quirky with modern, eye-catching designs.
The name may make us giggle, but the style is seriously elegant. You can DIY the look at home by tying a thin, long chiffon scarf into a bow underneath a collared blouse, or try one of the pre-made options below. As seen on the runways of Valentino, Rochas, Bouchra Jarrar, Haider Ackermann and Emanuel Ungaro.