How to Prepare for Autumn/Winter trends 2018

I think it is fair to say that I am really excited about this coming season. First off when it gets to the colder seasons I always feel as though I can experiment more as you can layer up and wear a variety of materials that would be far too warm to wear in Summer. However, most importantly I am excited because these Autumn/Winter trends are almost completely my style. There are many new trends but here are the biggest. Right, let’s jump straight in!

Yellow

A colour that I feel many people are afraid to wear too much of it definitely yellow. Some people may try a yellow top here or a yellow bag there but too rarely people don’t go for it. So if you have been considering dabbling with a bit of this bright colour now is the time.

Jasper Conran London Fashion Week 2018 Yellow

Jasper Conran

Mother of Pearl Yellow  London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Mother of Pearl

Leather

Bring a bit of glam to your look with a piece of leather. The great thing about leather is it will always make you look great whilst being a long lasting item of clothing that can be worn with any outfit, dressed up or dress down. Many may frown upon the use of leather and there are a few alternatives such as faux, recycled and vegetable tanned leathers. It isn’t for everyone but if you are up for it… experiment!

Natasha Zinko Leather  London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Natasha Zinko

 London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018 Christopher Kane Leather

Christopher Kane

Checks

You should definitely check this one out… sorry, no more puns! Checks are so versatile, you can wear them casual, smart or smart-casual and still look put together.  The one place to avoid wearing checks is when dressing for a very formal event.

Burberry Checks London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Burberry

 London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018 Marta Jakubowski Checks

Marta Jakubowski

Pleats

A schoolgirl classic here for a spin, pleats are in for a whirl.

JW Anderson Pleats  London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

JW Anderson

Osman Pleats London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Osman

Tweed

It is a classic for men and women. When I see tweed, I think quality. This is the first piece I will be hunting down before the colder weather kicks off. Coats, jackets, skirts or accessories, this material even in small quantity can showcase style.

Matty Bovan Tweed  London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Matty Bovan

Chanel Tweed Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Chanel

Shine

Night out or stand out, adding a bit of gloss to your outfit could never be a bad thing.

Ryan Lo Shine London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Ryan Lo

Halpern Shine London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Halpern

Modesty

After so much going on in the Media at the moment I love that modest dressing is a trend. I think it is amazing that it is fashionable to dress how you want, including covering up more. In my opinion, I find it great that attention can be drawn to out clothes instead of to our skin.

Margraret Howell London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Margaret Howell

Huishan Zhang London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Huishan Zhang

Animal Print

For some, this is a big no. Animal print used to remind me of old ladies and I admit it has taken a while to shake that. However, after seeing the prints on the runway this year not looking as loud and typical as I remember them to be, I am beginning to get a shopping itch.

Halpern Animal Print London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Halpern

Ashley Williams Animal Print London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Ashley Williams

Autumn/Winter Trends 2018

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