All major fashion brands, influencers, journalists, and designers are currently showcasing their best creations for the autumn/winter season of 2019.
The last lot of runways brought us those giant hats, tight pleats and sensible shorts we’ve all started to wear with excitement and pride. However, the end of this year appears to be way more OTT.
Unapologetic floral prints, colourful checks and argyle knits are only a few of these OTT prints we’ll seek. In addition, tiered ruffles, puffers and catchy sparkle will rule over the next six months of fashion trends. You may need to take a serious look at your wardrobe and upgrade it to stay on top of these trends.
Let’s see what you must brace yourself to wear this autumn/winter season.
1. Full Florals
We believe that florals have never been off-trend. Nonetheless, they’ve never been quite this daring! You’ll want to wear full floral looks and even floral face masks, and things like the Seafolly UK brand can give you floral bikinis to turn heads. Follow these top designers and trend setters and choose styles based on a muted background colour and vivid, bright flowers splashed all over.
2. Oversized Bags
The age of tiny totes that can barely accommodate our very essential items is over now. This autumn/winter, some of the biggest brands are all focused on practicality. This is what modern women need to fit into today’s hectic society. This end of year, you’ll be able to carry with you everything you’ll want.
3. Check These Checks
Those polka dots with stripes that were the craziest combinations of last season’s trends will be replaced by a more manageable style. Checks are classy and cute. Besides, we can always play around with them by mixing colours in creative ways.
4. Layered Ruffles
One simple ruffle will no longer be enough this autumn. You’ll need to wear your hair pulled back and to showcase some prominent, tiered ruffles for your evening events and parties.
5. Waist Belts
An hourglass shape will always be in fashion. However, the marked waist has disappeared from catwalks for a while now, making room for loose silhouettes, with less defined curves. This will change with the next season, so ensure that you start searching for your belts. You’ll use them to wrap around cardigans, coats, dresses and shirts, among many other clothing items.
6. Brown Leather Coats
You may have already noticed that tonal camel hues have started to adorn street style outfits. By the end of this year, you’ll also find them in luxury leather materials and even in sweeping midi coats.
7. Pointed Toes
This may not be the most comfortable fashion trend ever, but it surely make you look like Angelina Ballerina. This autumn, the trendiest shoes will feature pointed toes, so get ready to buy some new footwear to follow this hot trend.
8. Argyle Knits
Apart from ancient middle-aged golfers, nobody has paid any attention to argyle knitwear for a while now. However, according to the latest fashion week collections and shows, argyle knits will come back in full force. Fortunately, you won’t need to wear argyle trousers, as this trend is saved for cardigans and jumpers. You’ll be able to pair these items with fancy skirts to compose smart and chic work outfits everyone around you will love.
9. OTT Feathers
If you don’t feel like wearing sequins, you’ll be able to replace them with playful textures to create a bit of wow. Extreme feathering can add this spicy touch to your look. Going full-feather will require you to overlook the fact that you won’t be able to show your sleek silhouette any longer. However, the effect of a feathered coat will surely be worth the pain of embracing the bulk. Also, a full feathered dress will turn you into a drama queen for the whole night.
10. Corduroy Suits
Corduroy has subtly returned over the past half year. Our predictions are that it will reach the masses within one year or so. Loose fitting outfits will allow you to create a casual look. High-waisted trousers paired with a sleek jacket will make a great evening outfit.