8 September 2015

Autumn/Winter 2015

Summer is officially over and although I enjoyed the one or two weeks of sun we had, I am actually looking forward to wearing some chunky knits now.  September usually means packing away your summer wardrobe and getting geared up for Autumn Winter, having said that I haven't even put this into effect myself. If you need a helping hand on what to keep or what to buy, carry on reading for some of my high street choices! You can also contact me for a personally shopping service or a wardrobe makeover on here.

One of the biggest trends last season was the 70s trend, so if you purchased a pair of flares or maybe a suede skirt, you are in luck as this trend is here to stay another season. The 70s craze has been huge this year and this season we see a fresh twist with bohemian maxi dresses and patchwork details. 

Denim has also appeared on AW15 catwalks, which is another trend carried on from last season. Frayed denim, patchwork denim, denim midi skirts and denim shirts are just a few to watch out for. If you've already invested in some of the items pointed out on my first post, spring summer wardrobe, you are half way there already. It does pay off when you invest in staple items, these items (such as a denim shirt) will last you season after season and means you won't have to spend too much on trends. But just so you are in the know, here are a few of this seasons must know trends picked up on the AW15 catwalks:

Gothic: Sheer fabric, Lace, Plum and Black colours

RI leather-look culottes
Topshop ruffle top
Zara pleated dress
New Look Velvet lace top
COS high neck dress



Bow dress by sister Jane

M&S tie neck blouse




















70s: Boho dresses, Flares, Patchwork, mustard and burgundy colours


M&S faux leather skirt
ASOS midi denim skirt
Boohoo printed shirt
Topshop flared trousers
Atterley print maxi dress
Zara floral patchwork scarf

80s: Bold Colours, Prints, Shiny fabric

Floyd Strappy Top
Topshop power blazer
Zara sweater
Mango skirt
























Other trends seen are: Fur/shearling, Geometric prints, Colour, Monochrome

Topshop saddle bag
RI faux fur scarf
Urban Outfitters Jumper
Matalan textured mini skirt
H&M cotton shirt

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