September 24, 2021News
TikTok is our go-to spot to look for trends and style inspiration. Thanks to the viral video sharing app, it’s never been easier to find the style and aesthetic that works for you. After all, the app is responsible for starting and turbo-charging trends like cottagecore and Y2K. While the debate is still ongoing on Instagram vs TikTok, we find the video sharing app to be our go-to for everyday inspiration.
When it comes to fashion and beauty trends, TikTok is kind. The app has inspired everything from beauty trends to fashion aesthetics and even a craze for whipper coffee at the start of the pandemic. When you’re scrolling through your TikTok FYP, you’ll notice one thing about the people you follow.
They’re all unbelievable stylish and fashionable.
Where can we get their outfits? Where do TikTokers find their clothes? Why is fashion such a big deal on TikTok? We’ve taken a deep dive into the fall trends that the most stylish and coolest fashionistas are wearing on TikTok. With the seasons changing, it’s the perfect time to shake up your closet and try a new TikTok-approved look.
One of the most classic staples to come out of the TikTok fashion trends is the button-down shirt. This garment works for any occasion or style aesthetic. Whether you prefer dark academia or like to keep it timeless and vintage-inspired, you’ll want a button-down shirt.
While a white button-down shirt will work for any occasion, don’t be afraid to follow the TikTok trend with a vibrant hue or a bold shade, with pastel and jewel tones being amongst the most popular ones.
We love to style a button-down shirt with a tank top underneath and slim trousers. You can leave your shirt un-buttoned for a more laidback look, or you can button it for a more elevated look.
A button-down shirt is one that you can wear with everything from a skirt to denim jeans. It’s one of the most versatile staples in your closet and a must-have if you’re considering swapping to a capsule closet.
Are you looking to add a little spice to your fall 2021 fashion? TikTok is the best place to look for fashion trends that are outside the box, especially ones that look to the past for inspiration. TikTok is full of statement-worthy outfits and retro prints that help you stand out from the crowd and pop on your Instagram feed.
One of TikTok’s signature fashion trends is the ‘60s-inspired motifs. Imagine what you might wear if you were in Mamma Mia, and you won’t be far wrong. The ‘60s inspiration is everywhere that you look on TikTok. One of the most popular outfits for this aesthetic is the classic two-piece look.
If you want to go in at the deep end with your ‘60s-inspired look, experiment with a two-piece suit. You can keep it casual with shorts and a blazer or go more elevated with a skirt and jacket combo. A two piece set is easy to find at high street stores or pre-loved if you want a sustainable alternatives.
One of the most important things to have in your fall closet is boots. While we all have ankle boots or even riding style boots, TikTok is hyping up a style that you’ve probably not considered. While it’s hard to call cowboy western boots a ‘trend’, they’re all over TikTok wherever you look.
As per usually with TikTok, it’s Gen Z who are fuelling the obsession with western boots, including styles that change up the silhouette to make them more understated and modern.
If you want a fall 2021 staple that is equal-parts modern and vintage, pick up a pair of western-inspired boots.
The general fashion content that you’ll find on social media apps like TikTok and Instagram tend to be a sharp break away from what you might be seeing on the runway. It’s important to remember that the runway shows are out of sync, always looking ahead of the season that we’re in now.
One of the few instances where runway and TikTok trends have overlapped is saturated hues. This trend is actually more of a styling tip. While monochromatic looks have had their day in the sun, it’s time to shake it up and start to experiment with saturated shades instead.
Take your inspiration from your favourite TikTok fashion influencers and luxury brands like Versace and Prada to create colour-blocking outfits that make a statement wherever you go. Don’t be afraid to go head-to-toe with saturated bright shades, including mixing and matching complementing hues to take your look to the next level.
TikTok is an app most of us swore to stay away from before the pandemic. A lot can change in a year. It’s now an app we look at before even checking out Instagram or Twitter. The app, which is dominated by Generation Z and Millennials, has come to dominate the fashion trends. Who would have thought the app would have the power to cancel skinny jeans? We’re rounding up a few of our favorite fashion trends from TikTok that everyone is obsessed with.
TikTok is where we all go for the latest trend. The video sharing app experienced a turbo charge of growth during the pandemic, going from a niche platform to the app that is calling the shots for every trend. It’s YouTube for the next-generation of wannabe makeup artists and beauty enthusiasts. Gen Z are everywhere you look on the app, bringing in new trends and genius makeup hacks that we never knew we needed.
TikTok is our new favorite social media app. There is something on there for everyone, whatever your interests are. It’s replaced our morning and evening Instagram scrolling session. TikTok has become our daily source of inspiration for everything from weight-loss to managing money to learning about the latest trends. We’re rounding up seven TikTok stars that you need to hit ‘follow’ for.
Before the pandemic hit, TikTok was app that few of us took seriously. In fact, most of us swore to never download it. Then the pandemic hit, and everything changed. With endless hours in the days that we needed to fill, TikTok became the leading social media platform by the end of 2020. While we often associate Instagram with fashion trends, TikTok is rivalling the app for its fashion crown. With its viral videos, TikTok has become a breeding ground for every type of subculture. The algorithm allows you to curate your ‘for you page’ to reflect your fashion and personality.