Fall is a fun season for layers and adding plenty of new styles to your wardrobe for the coming cold. Here are five of our favorite fall trends that showed up on the runway and will be seen on stylish women everywhere.

Layer Your Fringe

Recent trends last year included 70’s style fringe paired with a lot of leather and suede. However, this fall, expect to see flapper-style fringe coming in metallic and feathery layers. These dresses, coats and skirts are flouncy, feminine and add flourish to your fall look. Prabal Gurung used a burgundy layerd fringe dress with a black layered fringe trench for a classy wispy look that is perfect for the fall season. A black feathery number from Michael Kors featured fringe on the asymmetrical skirt and long sleeves, reminiscent of an autumn raven.

Bring on the Florals

Fall flowers are bold and large this year. Designers like Mary Katrantzou and Prabal Gurung were bringing floral prints onto the runway for fall styles in dresses and pantsuits. Florals continue to be a trend, so make sure you get some fall fabrics in your wardrobe that featured deep tones of burgundy, navy and gold.

All That Glitters

Get ready for plenty of shimmery, shiny fabrics that will sparkle as you enter the room. Fall fashion for 2017 should include plenty of golds and other sparkly fabrics that will be fun and trendy. Tome and Jason Wu had dresses on the runway that were made entirely of solid gold fabric. Christopher Kane, Zimmermann and Emilia Wickstead had glittery showstoppers that sparkled with every step of the runway model.

Off-The-Shoulder Strut

The one-shoulder dress is flattering and a bit alluring without being too exposing for comfort on a crisp fall day. Designers, like Dion Lee, Jason Wu and Brandon Maxwell, had models walking the runway in dresses that dropped off one shoulder for their fall lines.

Patchwork and Quilted Textures

Quilts and scarecrows are already a fall staple, so why not add them as inspiration for your wardrobe? Watch designers, like Tommy Hilfiger and Erdem, piece together a variety of fabric patterns in a patchwork style for striking dresses, one piece jumpers, coats and more. Mulberry even showed of a lilac floral quilt as a poncho, setting the tone for a very cozy fall line.