Beat the fash-pack and win at autumn fashion now with these savvy buys.
It seems like we ditched the black opaques less than five minutes ago, but in fashion land, the focus is already well and truly on Autumn. Do these people ever take a break? Mmmm, KitKats…
And while the celebs are already obsessing over the shaggy shearling coats, oversized furs and luxe layering seen on the catwalks, we can’t say we’re there just yet. Our denim cut offs haven’t had nearly enough air time just yet ta very much.
But what about if we could nail the new season trends now…without ending up a sweaty mess? Sound good? Uh huh honey!
Read on fashion friends – these all season buys will have you looking on fleek quicker than a Kardashian sister. Smug? Us? Never…
Code red coats
Barbie coloured coats might have stormed the high street last autumn, but for 2015 the fash pack has gone crayzee for Little Red Riding Hood inspired cover ups. They’re all the better for being seen in, after all!
No longer just found covered in mothballs in your granny’s wardrobe, twin sets are THE new season update on last season’s co-ord. From Chanel worthy tweed and brocade prints to 60s minis and bright blooms, going matchy matchy has never looked so cool. Pearl necklace, not required.
It’s a wrap
Thought it was just K-Middy who could rock a wrap? Think again! The wrap dress is making waves as the most figure perfecting dress like eva thanks to it’s ability to flatter your bust, nip you in at the waist and skim over hips. Genius work.
Bow chicka bow bow
Like a fashion boomerang, the 70s trend is back for Autumn, and this season your best buy is the pussy bow. Featured on dresses and blouses alike, it’s perfect to boost small busts. They’ll look just as great with smart skirts fort work as they will with jeans for the weekend #winning.
Va Va Velvet
Not just reserved for dodgy drapes, fashion’s gone all touchy feely with rich velvet fabrics. Get the look quicker than you can say supermodel with these statement shoes and bags. Now this is what we call upping the accessory ante.
Time to brush up on your history knowledge – fashion’s gone all 1800’s inspired with high necks, lace details and intricate embroidered fabrics. Queen Vic would be proud.
Scroll through the gallery to check out our hot picks. Autumn/Winter 2015… DONE!
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