Update your wardrobe with the latest season trends
As Autumn is officially here, it’s time to swap out those sundresses and sandals for knitted jumpers and chunky boots. Whatever your plans, you may want to update your wardrobe with more autumnal pieces and prepare for that colder weather coming in.
But how to find your AW20 wardrobe? We have been doing some digging into the latest trends and where to purchase the perfect seasonal clothes and accessories.
Our favourite AW20 trends
It’s no surprise that neutral tones are a key trend this autumn and winter, with them being a super easy addition to anyone’s wardrobe and can be incorporated in almost any outfit. Think: beige, taupe and grey! Neutrals colours can be mix and matched, layered or simply used as a base colour to compliment another seasonal outfit trend. Neutral tones are here to stay.
Embrace the knit
Knitwear, a timeless classic that is an essential for this time of year. Pair with jeans for a casual day to day look or even dress up with a skirt, tights and heeled boots for a going out winter alternative.
Belt the blazer
With colder weather comes layers and a belted blazer is the best way to compliment this type of outfit. Figure-hugging, 80’s revival looks good on just about anyone. You can style this out with your favourite thick belt and blazer of your choice to make the ultimate fashion statement.
With the lilac fashion trend having it’s biggest moment in the 90’s, it has now resurfaced and is popping up at all our favourite brands. The softer shade of purple is the perfect way to add colour to an outfit, whilst being subtle and flattering at the same time.
Everything check is of course a AW20 go-to, with trousers and blazers being our top choice. With lots of types of check pattern circulating fashion catworks and blogs, it’s clear that the louder the print, the better! Don’t be afraid to make some bold statements when planning your outfits. So whether it plaid or tartan, check is an must- have addition to any wardrobe.
It’s no secret that leather is one the biggest trends emerging this autumn, especially faux- leather coats, dresses and trousers. Don’t be afraid to branch out of the usual black leather, with brown leather being a particular hot item this season.
Dare to go red
Although red is usually reserved for Christmas, it’s come early this year! We are all for the bold trend, allowing you to transition your summer wardrobe to the colder months, adding a pop of colour. Be prepared to inject the brightest hue into your outfits this season.