Velvet has made its way back into the spotlight for the fall and winter seasons. You may already have velvet  in your closet so get out those chic dresses and pants and belts and get them back into your wardrobe rotation.

Velvet is beautiful. A velvet top or accent piece can really dress up an outfit. It oozes luxury and adds texture and dimension to your look. It provides a little extra flair to a basic black skirt or pants, but on its own the fabric can add a fun or bold look to the darker jewel tones of fall and winter pieces.

Of course if you already tossed all your beloved velvet because you thought there was no way you’d be seeing velvet back in the limelight, tons of designers are making fabulous pieces that you can add to your fall and winter repertoire.


Wide-leg pants and skirts in a variety of cuts can all be found in velvet this season.

Left: HOBBS LONDON Lorrie Velvet Midi Skirt – Buy it here: $375 | Bloomingdale’s
Center:  Vince Camuto Velvet Wide Leg Pants – Buy it here: $129 | Lord & Taylor
Right:  Vince Camuto Crushed Velvet Pencil Skirt – Buy it here: $69 | Dillard’s


Pairing a short-sleeved velvet blouse with a blazer or a sweater is a quick way to dress up jeans and give a casual look a chic feel. And not all velvet has to be dark this season! Blush is very popular and can be paired with navy and maroon to give a more fall-ish feel. And you know I love a good-oversized shirt, darlings, so consider a velvet tunic as an alternative to a blouse! You can pair it with tighter fitting jeans or even leggings or tights!

Left: Vince Velvet Tee – Buy it here: $275 | Bloomingdale’s
Center:  Loft Velvet Turtleneck Swing Tee – Buy it here: $49.50 | Loft
Right:  Marc New York Performance – Velvet Performance Top Buy it here: $36 | Lord & Taylor

Left: Calvin Klein Mixed Media Top- Buy it here: $51.67 | Bloomingdale’s
Right:  Vince Velvet Shirt Dress – Buy it here: $425 | Bloomingdale’s


Whether structured or free-flowing, velvet as a jacket accent can really bring a look into the fall or winter season.

Left: Lauren Ralph Lauren Velvet Blazer – Buy it here: $245 | Bloomingdale’s
Center:  Eileen Fisher Shawl Collar Velvet Duster Jacket – Buy it here: $378 | Bloomingdale’s
Right: Tahari Arthur S. Levine Floral Velvet Jacket – Buy it here: $139 | Lord & Taylor


If you don’t want to commit to a full item of clothing or would like to incorporate velvet into many of your ensembles consider a scarf or a belt.

Left: Harrison Morgan Chrysanthemum Velvet-Border Stole – Buy it here: $270 | Neiman Marcus
Center:  Rebecca Minkoff Sienna Velvet Belt- Buy it here: $58 |
Right: Collection 18 Velvet to Knit Infinity Scarf –  Buy it here: $32 | Dillard’s


Velvet purses are a great way to add a removable pop of texture. Consider a fun or bold color or pattern.

Left: Faith Paradise Velvet Cross Body Bag – Buy it here: $46 | Asos
Right:  Rebecca Minkoff Leo Crushed Velvet Envelope Purse – Buy it here: $95 | Sak’s Fifth Avenue


What is more classic than a velvet dress? And I am loving these blue velvet pieces as opposed to the more common black velvet ensemble.

Left: T Tahari Maureen Velvet Faux-Wrap Dress-  Buy it here: $98 | Bloomingdale’s
Right: Karen Kane Plus Velvet Bell-Sleeve Dress – Buy it here: $138 | Bloomingdale’s

What do you think, dear readers? Are you ready to take on the velvet trend? Let me know in the comments or send me a message on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

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