Autumn/Winter Trends Worth Adding to Your Wardrobe!
The fashion rules this season are all about mixing and matching, pushing boundaries, and throwing old rules out of the window! Seeing layers of busy patterns and bright colors may be intimidating to some, but there are various autumn/winter trends you can incorporate to your wardrobe if you want to keep your style low-key. Regardless of what your style is, we sure you’ll find a new trendy piece or two to incorporate into your wardrobe! Check them out below.
Amidst the trend of busy patterns and bright colors this year, dusty-olive camouflage that’s subtle is the easiest motif to wear and still be trendy. It looks chic and sporty on skinny denim with a buttoned coat or blue jean jacket. It can also be paired with skirts – your options are endless.
Knit scarves and sweaters are autumn/winter staples, and the chunkier they are, the better! Knit’s texture doesn’t just keep you warm, it also adds some interest with 3-dimensional patterns that prints and colors cannot. Whenever it is chilly, wear knits! When you decide to finally push the envelope, you can try woven garments that are not sweaters but skirts and dresses!
Shiny garments in silver always lit up runways. They create stunning futuristic ensembles that could easily be mistaken to be from outer space. Metallics from head to toe can look ridiculous, cool, and daring at the same time, so this style is definitely not for the faint-hearted.
If looking like a walking mirror is not a thing you want to try, load up on some original metallics: jewelry. Accessories will catch the rays of the sun is much smaller doses. Classic, polished pieces are what we recommend as they are the ones that can be worn every single day.
Flirty, feminine florals are not just for summer and spring as they’re also pretty patterns that you can layer with other busy prints. If you wish to channel that inner petal power of yours more subtly, you can try gorgeous floral accessories that add delicate details to any outfit.
You won’t ever go wrong with chunky chains. With the tactile obsession this year, thick metal links have become especially popular. They are some of the few pieces that can manage looking tough and yet polished, too. They essentially add an edge to outfits from your favorite LBD to your chambray.
You may think of velvet as fancy; however, this autumn, it is getting dressed down as well. Shoes, dresses, and blouses made of velvet can be worn during the day or night, and used for different occasions. Our favorite is wearing a pretty top made of velvet under a blazer for work. The velvet top would be great for a girl’s night paired with skinny white or black jeans! The sumptuous fabric also inspires a chic holiday looks. Don’t forget to pair with light-catching baubles.
Stacking bracelets, necklaces, and rings is yet another fun way of showing off your jewelry collection. Select classic pieces and wear together or separately, and we guarantee your jewelry game is on-point.
The last season, we saw a clashing of prints (stripes and polka-dotted), but we now see the trend getting pared down to what’s more manageable. Basically one single print, checks are the rage right now and we’ve seen influencers such as Ola Farahat and The Real Fouz mixing different-colored ones!
After we’ve crammed essential items into the tiniest totes our mobile phones could barely fit in, our hand-lip-balm-count is sure to return to seven as some brands dub it high time to revisit being practical.Which autumn/winter trend do you want to try out this year? Let us know by commenting below.