What’s Trending in Fashion This Autumn Season in Japan?

Check this before you pack for your fall trip.


As we say goodbye to summer, we say hello and welcome to autumn. When you’re in Japan during this season, you might notice the change of hues and tones not only by the autumn foliage but also in the clothes worn by the people around you.


As autumn is the perfect weather to play more with your styling as it is not too cold nor too hot, we share with you some commonly worn clothing types by the Japanese to inspire your next OOTD


T-Shirts, Blouses, and Knitted Tops


In the autumn season, clothes in earthy tones are on the list of must-have items! This T-shirt is great for chilling or hanging out with friends.


For those who want to wear something thicker than a T-shirt, knit fabric type may be one of your best choices to keep warm. 


2-way 5-quarter sleeve rib knit / YECCA VECCA 


For those who like a more girly style, this one might be good for you. 


Race crew neck pullover /  E Hyphen world gallery
 


Skirts


Long skirt suits the autumn season because they can protect your skin from the wind without sacrificing style. 


Washer skirt / koe


Waist button tack skirt / earth music & ecology 


Pants 


For those who prefer a more laid-back look when hanging out, long pants are very comfortable to wear. 


Front tack straight cut wide pants / AMERICAN HOLIC 


One-piece


For fuss-free dressing with no need to mix and match, dresses are your best bet. It is easy to wear, especially when you’re in a hurry to get dressed in the morning. Maxi dresses and column dresses are easy to match no matter what your style is.


Floral open collar dress / earth music & ecology 


Mini fleece logo one piece / E hyphen world gallery 


How would you style these pieces into your autumn wardrobe? Don’t forget to tag us on Instagram @spotjapanph when you post your outfits!


 (28 August 2019)

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