While we’ve not had much of a summer and it may feel as though we’ve been in the depths of autumn for months the season has now officially kicked off so what better time to starting indulging in the cosy season.
From mega knits to bold brights there’s something for everyone this season as we begin to navigate our wardrobes to suit the worlds new normal.
Ready to dive into your autumn wardrobe? Here are the autumn/winter 2021 trends you need to know about.
The word on the street is skinny jeans are out and baggy wide-leg fits are in. Crisp tailored jeans and denim jackets in dark navy washes are everywhere. From low slung styles that flair at the knees to front pleated styles paired with your favourite knits there’s something for everyone. Just remember to balance your upper and lower body!
Going Out Out
Cast off your joggers and give your lived in hoodie a well deserved rest. Instead think sequins, glitter, shimmer and skin bearing – with the party season fast approaching quite literally anything goes.
Capes & Ponchos
Capes and ponchos are great items to layer up with in fluctuating temperatures and one of the most versatile pieces in any women’s wardrobe. Not only will it keep you warm thanks to it’s baggy shape you can let it hang loose and add a bold accessory or if it’s a more streamlined silhouette you’re after cinch it in at your waist with a belt and pair it with your favourite denim and boots.
Go Bold With Your Colour
Bright hues are back in full swing this autumn but unlike previous seasons where it’s been all about clashing shades, this season is all about keeping your look monosyllabic. Think hot pinks, flame reds, electric blues, sunshine yellow, grass green and bright orange to give your mood an instant boost. And for those of you better suited to the autumn and summer pallets if you fancy giving a nod to this trend opt for the richer shades over the muted one’s.
Knitted Maxi Dresses
The knitted maxi dress will be sure to keep you warm and makes for a great choice for both casual and semi-formal occasions. There are plenty of styles to suit all body shapes so have fun and team them with trainers, knee high boots or strappy sandals for a chic autumn style.
What are your autumn wardrobe staples?