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Building an ‘unbe-leaf-able’ and trend-setting fall wardrobe

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Frisco, Texas– As we bid farewell to summer and welcome fall’s embrace, the leaves aren’t the only things changing. Fashion itself is experiencing a shift, with new trends and styles popping up, reflecting the anticipated change in weather.


Trends change season-to-season and for many, updating a wardrobe to match the season is a highly anticipated event. Although the hot weather is reminiscent of summer, our Titans are already embodying autumn.


Trends can take shape in various ways, for example through trending colors. Bright cherry red is the color of the season, despite typical fall colors being considered to be neutral and earthy. Being seen from sportswear to formal attire, cherry red is certainly taking the spotlight, suggesting that this fall season isn’t about blending in.


Junior Jamie Lee shares, “my favorite season is fall because I can still wear shorts and tank tops, but then some days when it’s chillier, I can wear sweatpants and crewnecks,” highlighting the versatility of the season.


This versatility is exactly what makes fall a golden time for style and expression, removing the barrier of dressing to the weather, depending on your geography. This year, fall styles are timeless, minimalist, and simple all while making a statement.


This style gives way to sustainable fashion, encouraging “capsule wardrobes” which are wardrobes with basic pieces that can be mixed and matched, reducing the need to throw away old, out of style clothes, for whatever is trending at the time. Although trends come and go, some pieces can last a lifetime.


Being trendy doesn’t have to be expensive, and there is no better time to prove it than this fall. The emphasis on minimalism this year encourages investing in wardrobe staples. For example, plain-colored tees, simple straight-legged jeans, or classic white sneakers. 


From vibrant cherry red to timeless classics, it’s important to remember that fashion isn’t only about what’s in trend; it’s about exploring personal style and making sustainable choices. This fall is all about finding that style and embracing it.

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Lillian Treat, Reporter
Hi everybody! My name is Lilly and I am a junior at Centennial High School. I am vice president of Titan Theatre and love to be involved in various theatre productions at our school. I am so excited to be a part of the Titan Times and I'm looking forward to a great year!