5 New Season trends you need to know
Invest in next season now
With the return of Fashion Week’s, it’s time to start getting excited about the new season trends and begin investing in a new stylish Autumn Winter wardrobe. If like us you were living in loungewear last year, we’re guessing you’re also in need of a complete new season overhaul. We’re talking elevated staples such as interest knits, statement jackets and standout dresses all in the latest styles and colours. Scroll below to discover the 5 trends we can’t wait to wear.
Missed your tailored office attire? Well, fear not as it’s set to be one of the biggest trends for Autumn Winter. Slouchy, oversized blazers can be worn as part of a powerful, tailored suit or styled separately layered over a dress. Opt for luxe muted tones for a modern sophisticated take on the trend.
We can’t get enough of this uplifting trend - pop and block saturated brights to create everyday standout style. Every shade of the rainbow goes, but graphic green is this seasons absolute go-to. Wear one of these bold jumpers with colour-clashing tailored trousers.
We’re obsessed with this super-cute yet elegant quilted floral coat from Object. Pretty antique-style blooms replace moody winter florals this season. Quilting and padding are set to be the main focus for outerwear and we are loving how Object has given this coat a modern but fine upholstered feel.
The Knit Vest
The most loved trend from last year is back, and bigger than ever. It’s all about layering this season, we’re talking layer upon layer of knitwear combined with sleek tailoring, and a knitted vest is the hero piece to create a chic, ultra-cool look. Layer yours over a crisp white shirt with a statement collar, it’s a perfect look for the Autumn switch.
The check print continues to stand the test of time and remains one of the biggest trends for Autumn Winter. Look out for pieces that have been given a modern update with a tartan twist. We welcome checks on coats, jackets, tops, and dresses. Style your checks with chunky boots and platforms for a nod to Vivienne Westwood.