Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been getting my wardrobe and myself of course, ready for Autumn and Winter. As you will probably already know by now, Summer isn’t my favourite season when it comes to style. I honestly struggle to feel comfortable and confident in the majority of the Summer trends. However, now that it’s Autumn, it’s time to give my wardrobe an upgrade and begin to feel comfortable in what I’m wearing once again.
I’m really into this year’s Autumn trends, I feel as though I’ve found so many amazing pieces for my wardrobe, that I will love for more than just one season and one year. So here are some of the trends that have popped up on my radar whilst shopping for my Autumn/Winter wardrobe.
This year’s trends speak to me on a spiritual level not going to lie. They’re all apart of that 60’s/70’s vibe that I’ve been aiming to achieve probably since I was around 15. I’m so happy that all of these amazing pieces and style elements are now available on the high-street.
Vinyl has slowly been working its way into everyone’s wardrobes since the middle of Summer. As time has gone on, we’re seeing it more and more all over the high-street. The texture of the fabric can either be super high shine and super sleek, or you can have more of a textured crackled effect, which is what I personally prefer for those rock chic vibes.
Cord is a material that I’ve loved for such a long time. I’ve owned numerous cord skirts and dungaree dresses. However, this season I’ve welcomed a couple of cord trousers into my wardrobe. Which although I find them a little difficult to style, I’m loving the challenge and how they spice up my everyday looks. You’ll know by now I’m a lover of the 70’s, so anything to help me to achieve those vibes, I’m going for.
We’ve seen this trend everywhere over the past few months and I don’t think it’s leaving us anytime soon. Although Red is a bold colour, it’s seriously easy to wear. It goes with pretty much every other colour. If you’re scared of colour and prefer to stick to a monochromatic colour palette in your wardrobe. Adding a hint of red will really upgrade your looks without dipping ton too much colour.
70’s are big this season and we’re seeing that through 70’s colour palettes, cords and flares. Flares are back and I’m pretty happy about it. I’d say I’m much more of a kick flare kind of gal, nothing to over the top, just a subtle flare, however, you still get the elongating effect. I am on the hunt for some floor length flares that don’t overwhelm my petite frame. So I will keep you updated if I find any.
BAKER BOY HATS
Baker Boy Hats have been around for a good 2 years now, however, it seems they’re just getting bigger and bigger, which I’m not mad about. I’ve been a fan of this style of hat for quite some time, as you can probably tell if you’re a frequent reader. Baker Boy Hats just add a really cool touch to every outfit. Whether you’re wanting to add an edge to a night out outfit, or you’re wanting to add a cool, laid-back element to your everyday looks, Baker Boy Hats are the perfect option.
What are your favourite Autumn/Winter trends?