Back in March we brought you a very handy four-part guide to spring summer trends. So, we’re back now with another very hand four-part guide, this time our A-Z autumn winter trends. Fashion is great, but a bit confusing, and we don’t want to be wearing the wrong thing do we?
So, here’s the third part of our handy A-Z autumn winter trends guide, covering N-T. We’ll be back tomorrow with the final part.
N is for Normcore
What on earth is normcore, I hear you say. Well, it’s an easy trend that’s for sure – or is it. It’s about looking like you don’t care, maybe just wear anything, almost an anti-fashion fashion trend. Think chinos, jeans, t-shirts, shirts, and well, get yourself to GAP, where this normcore outfit is from!
Jumpsuit, playsuit, boiler suit. Call it what you want, the one-piece is here to stay. It’s been on-trend for years now, and now seems to be part of everyone’s wardrobe. So, make sure you have a one-piece of some sort in your autumn winter wardrobe. A leather boiler suit might be a bit much for everyone, so a lace topped jumpsuit could be perfect. Or just some casual denim dungarees.
P is for pastels
Yep, carrying on from summer, pastels are a winter trend, with pastel pink at the front again, and those pink coats again! If you bought one last winter, feel smug. If you didn’t get one this year!
Q is for Quilting
Quilting was seen on catwalks at Chloe, Dior and Kenzo in Paris – and not just on jackets. Trousers, dresses and skirts were cosy in quilting. What a perfect autumn winter trend! Choose quilting on a jacket or coat, or dare to wear a quilted skirt or dress!
R is for Roll-Necks
All hail the roll neck. And the polo neck. And the turtleneck. And the high neck. Just cover that neck. A nod to the 1960s trend this season comes in the shape of sweaters that cover your modesty. And keep you warm. Result.
S is for Sixties
Yep, there’s one decade that’s on trend this season and it’s the Sixties. And what better way to get the 1960s vibe than with a shift dress. Even better with a psychedelic pattern. Or sequins, or graphics. Short, straight and so easy to wear, the shift dress is a wardrobe staple we should all have at least one of.
T is for Tartan
Is there ever a season tartan, or plaid, is not in fashion? It’s back this year, and who doesn’t love a bit of tartan, Scottish or not? Checks, tartan, plaid – easy to wear, wintry and cosy, be it tops, trousers, dresses, skirts or coats. Embrace your Scottishness, Scottish or not!
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