5 Hottest Trends To Update Your Autumn Wardobe!

by Lisa O'Shaughnessy in , , , , , ,


The new seasons fashions have dropped into stores and there's never been a better time to shop for your winter wardrobe updates.

With so many great styles currently hitting the shops, Always Stylish has been busy searching the London stores; to bring you my 5 must have trends that I will be coveting this season.

As we move into the autumn, now is the time to refresh and update your current look. Then there are the new seasons trends to get to grips with, how to wear the catwalk-approved slip dress and is it time to wave aside your skinny jeans for a new contemporary style? Whatever you're in the market for, you can be safe in the knowledge that Always Stylish has got it covered.

So get ready to move your winter wardrobe up a gear with our edit of new seasons clothes and shoes, to suit every style and budget. And what's even better, the pieces we've picked out will take you from September into autumn and beyond?

Slip Into Autumn

Topshop £32
topshop slip dress

Though it may not seem like it at first sight, slip dresses are great versatile transitional piece.

Throw on a long duster coat or leather jacket over the top in September and balance out the heaviness of the top half with bare legs and sandals. In October add tights and boots, with a roll neck (worn underneath) and your new winter coat for a stylish layered up look.

New Denim Styles

Amazon Jean Shop
amazon

Amazon Fashion seems to be going from strength to strength. The ecommerce giant’s most recent exciting, not to mention convenient venture is a brand new Jeans Store.

With a whole host of the latest jean and denim trends, ranging from boyfriend, cropped, raw hems and kickflares, to the ever dependable skinny and straight-cut and there’s even an under £30 section! You can find something to suit every shape and budget. Other denim pieces include pussybow blouses, button up skirts, dungarees and dresses. Perfect for those of you who favour double denim, make sure to mix up lights and dark washes, rather than sticking to one tone all over.

Ballet Russes

Kurt Geiger £50
ballet pump

A new fashion trend for women hails from the school of the Nutcracker and Swan Lake. The ballet trend is gaining momentum with tulle skirts and dresses appearing in London and other British stores all over our high street.

Feel the whole look is too much for you? Why not just add these stylish and adorable strappy ballet inspired pumps from Kurt Geiger to your wardrobe. Wear with pleated skirts and wrap tops for a feminine feel, or pair with ripped jeans for an edgier look.

Embroidery

Zara: £39.99

River Island £35

This season denim and leather have been given a crafty makeover with cute patches and chic embroidery.

A favourite of mine are these beautiful ‘Gucci-esque’ and gorgeous rose embroidered jeans that add a ‘wow’ factor to any outfit. Wear with strappy sandals and a cami in the last days of summer and add ankle boots and statement sleeve blouse for the coming winter months.

Add embroidery into the mix for workwear, by pairing this skirt with a crisp white shirt and block-heeled Mary Janes.

Statement Sleeves

Victoria, by Victoria Beckham £195

This season it’s all about the arms, to flatter, expose, define and exaggerate with details and a play on proportions. This summers biggest clothing trend was the cold (exposed) shoulder, it was everywhere on dresses, tops and jackets. Update your winter wardrobe by adding frill detail shoulders on knits and blouses and add drama with a fluted or trumpet sleeve cuff.

Dress this amazing Victoria Beckham top up with a leather pencil skirt and skyscraper heels and for daytime or casual drinks, wear with cropped raw hem jeans and animal print or metallic ankle boots.

If you are interested in how to update your winter wardrobe, incorporating the new winter trends or just feel you would like some impartial advice, check out my wardrobe review services.

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