This season sees stunning autumn colours like Bordeaux, camel, chocolate, rust and beige finding fresh appeal.
Think retro seventies colours and style, with slouchy shapes, lots of textures and chunky statement accessories to complete the look.
From the latest looks from Paris fashion week – there have been so many this season that look like they can actually be worn.
If you are the type of person that normally doesn’t care for the latest trends because they are just super crazy, then this season is perfect for you!
This fall sees the return of understated neutrals, as well as wearable items, like tartan coats, neutral knits, leopard print and tailored jackets.
The style statements below are trends that anyone could pull off and they are really flattering too.
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Take a look through the top 10 trends below and see how they can be incorporated into your wardrobe this season – with comfortable coziness just perfect for fall!
1. Animal Prints
Animal prints including zebra and leopard are back – with no bright or trashy prints in sight!
They are back this season – as seen on the catwalks of Victoria Beckham, Calvin Klein, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Tom Ford.
Pair your leopard knit with black and tan and keep it fresh.
Tailoring is back with design houses Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney leading the way.
This season sees the return of tweed and modest dressing.
Modesty this autumn is a common trend – hence layers, high necklines and dresses worn over shirts.
3. High Shine
Glossy fabrics were seen on the catwalk this season including vinyl, latex, plastic and leather.
Chanel lead the way with autumnal shades in metallics paired with tweedy knits.
Other designers paired bright colours with patent leather and gave classic garments an updated look.
4. Statement Headwear
Calvin Klein has been truning heads with a collection of knitted balaclavas on the catwalk this season!
Featured in an array of colours and textured yarns, wearing a balaclava is definitely one way to stay warm in the fall.
Tweed never seems to stay out of style for long – Chanel have proved that with their statement couture tweeds that are made in the UK.
This season though, tweed coats are being paired with lots of textures including leathers and lighter sheer fabrics.
Plaid or tartan checks in whatever way you want to wear them are definately in this season.
Worn as oversized garmants, classic tailored jackets or full outfits were all seen on the catwalks this season.
Luxury fringing has been seen shimmering on the catwalks of Gucci, Christopher Kane and Givenchy.
Skirts and dresses layered over boots were trending, sashaying with long ties.
Knit fringing has also been seen worn by Instagram influencers and those at catwalk shows.
One of the seasons most common looks has been the western trend.
Cowboy boots, prairie dresses and plaid were all seen gracing the catwalks of designers – Isabel marant and Calvin Klein.
Leather was seen throughout the shows – skirts, trousers, jackets and more from Hermes, Saint Lauren and Givenchy.
The prevailing colours were not just black, but shades of brown and even dresses in butterscotch hues.
Covering your head this season is a must!
Seen from Calvin Klein’s balaclavas to Valentino’s fairytale inspired hooded cloak.
So have a clear out and make room for some of the latest items that are out there.
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