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AUTUMN AND WINTER TRENDS I LOVE 2019

Updated: Jan 6



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As we transition in to Autumn it is the perfect time to pack away your summer clothes and start pull out your treasured cosy cashmere jumpers, autumnal dresses and coats. It's also a great time to start thinking about your capsule wardrobe for Autumn/Winter and which new trends you would like to incorporate into your wardrobe. I am never a slave to the trends but I always like to dip my toe into a few trends seasonally for a wardrobe refresh. The catwalks were awash with over the top prints, dark floral's, clashing checks, oversized puffy sleeves, head to toe leather, feathers and tons of sassy ruffles. The runways also saw the continuing revival of fashion styles from the 70's, 80's and 90's. This is exciting for me as I have a cool collection of 80's dresses that I always love wearing. See below my round up of the catwalk trends that I am loving on the high street right now.


PUFFY SLEEVES


This trend is going no where - in fact, the the bigger sleeve, the better. I'm loving the romance of a beautiful sheer puff sleeve.

Textured Tulle top Click here



Dress with stand up collar click here



& Other Stories - Puff Shoulder Mock Neck Blouse click here


LEATHER


This season leather has come back big! It was seen worn top to toe on the runways in black, tan, rust, berry colours. Why not try wearing leather in different tonal autumnal shades or if you like to keep it classic simply add a leather trench or blazer to your capsule wardrobe. These type of items will go with pretty much everything. I have my eye on a pair of leather cropped trousers that I will be wearing with my soft knit jumpers and blouses. Here's my selection of key leather pieces that I am loving.






Leather Cropped Straight Trousers, click here













Pleather Jacket with Tie belt click here



All Saints Dalby Leather biker jacket click here


FLORAL DRESSES


A floral midi dress is always a firm favourite of mine as it is something you can throw on and feel instantly dressed without having to add much more to complete your outfit apart from a nice pair of shoes and a handbag. I don't think this trend ever goes out of fashion, it is also a popular choice with many of my clients. On the catwalks we saw muted base colours with bright over the top floral prints. The style of dresses had high necks, long sleeves and low ankle skimming hems. I still prefer a midi dress as longer hem dresses can drown my short frame. Here's some of the floral dresses I am coveting right now.



Zara Floral Print Dress Click here





Red Floral Midi dress click here


















Black Floral Chiffon Midi Smock Dress click here