Stylish Fall Looks Inspired by Our Favorite Girl Groups
Channel some of the world's coolest girl groups this fall with three outfit ideas inspired by Fifth Harmony, Girls' Generation, and Little Mix.
There isn't much that's cooler than being in a girl group. Get style inspo from some of our favorites, like Fifth Harmony, Girls' Generation, and Little Mix, with these three trends you should incorporate into your wardrobe. These girl groups prove that being fashionable and fabulous is everything.
Fifth Harmony, sequined separates
Ever since Fifth Harmony came into the spotlight in 2012, millions of fans have channeled the girl group's body positive vibes and diverse styles into their wardrobes. The "Worth It" singers are usually spotted on stage rocking sequined separates but look just as flawless when they're hanging out on Snapchat or Instagram. It may be fall, but you can still rock sequined separates to parties, brunches with friends, and football games. This girl group–style is perfect for layering under cute jackets or high-waisted jeans and skirts. We love this sequined crop top from Forever 21.
Girls' Generation, boyfriend flannels
Fans all over the world have fallen in love with Girls' Generation's style, which always seems to be perfectly coordinated (not an easy thing to do when the group is made up of nine girls). GG loves to stay on top of current trends and take fashions risks, like wearing oversized flannels. Don't be afraid of looking sloppy with this look, because you can still look put-together and comfy by mixing and matching fitted tees and tights with your favorite boyfriend flannel.
Little Mix, daring prints
As far as girl groups go, we've never seen #friendshipgoals like Little Mix. This girl group is usually found rocking amazing outfits, whether they're on tour or just catching up and helping each other through their busy lives. You can feel like the fifth member of Little Mix by rocking bold prints every chance you get. Little Mix loves wearing things out of the ordinary, so it's OK to leave the house feeling like you don't match.