Fall Fabrics & Textures

One of the sartorial highlights for me each Fall is the change in fabrics. Away go the thin warm-weather pieces and out come the luxurious, reach-out-and-touch-me fabrics of Fall and Winter.

Velvet, flannel, wool, brocade, damask, cashmere, raw silk, tweed, leather, chunky knits, fur…


{Late Afternoon takes boho chic to a whole new level with this eye-catching, touchable combination of textiles. The perfect Fall combination for Los Angeles.}


{Fall is all about mixing things up. Putting together something unexpected. Hard vs soft. Try pairing a delicate fabric like tulle with a cropped leather jacket}


{Tweed doesn’t have to be an old-fashioned fabric – Try pairing it with prints or boldly colored pieces to keep things visually interesting!}


{Faux leather pants & paneled leggings are my obsession for Fall. Just. Can’t. Get. Enough.}


{Feathers! Need I say more? As soon as I see the holidays on the horizons I can’t get enough of dramatic, festive embellishments like feathers, sequins, studs, and spikes.}

{Images from Fall & Winter Fashion Pinterest board}

What are YOUR favorite Fall fabrics?


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10 Responses to Fall Fabrics & Textures

  1. pretty! I really love velvet, wool, cable knit, and cashmere! I also think tulle is really pretty for events 🙂 should def try feathers – they look lovely ♥

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    I love them all. Rich, winter fabrics are my favorite, I love being cozy 😉
    I also adore all the autumn’s dark colour palate, such as burgundy,
    plum and brown. Burgundy is actually my favorite color <3
    I'm very excited about holiday season!

  3. A great collection of inspiration here, I love all the colours!

  4. Love all of your fashion picks!

  5. Love all these fall outfits. Particularly like the orange top and burgundy faux leather pants. I think I just like burgundy in general when it comes to fall =D

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