1. Bomber Jacket.
The bomber jacket is a great transitional piece for styling out a summery outfit on a chilly Autumnal night. The high street covered lightweight versions of this for the summer months but now is the time to invest in a padded one. If you are looking for the traditional varsity look, designers like Saint Laurent have covered this trend and high street giants Topshop have translated this perfectly for a more affordable price.
One massive trend for the upcoming season is the utility look that came from the Yeezus show. This has been covered by a lot of brands but Whistles has created the ultimate value for money bomber with their reversible utility number. With so many styles out there you would be mad to miss out on this trend.
2. Frayed Denim Jeans.
The denim jeans have long been a staple of every girl’s wardrobe but this season the catwalk takes your everyday piece and makes it into a statement item of clothing. This has all come from a pinnacle catwalk show, Vetements.
[seoready_ads unit=666 align=”left”]They brought to light how important it is to show off the staple items in our wardrobe and in doing that creating beautiful pieces we want to wear over and over again. The frayed edges look has translated straight down onto the high street, with stores such as Topshop and Zara creating some designer looking styles to invest in at an affordable price.
3. Metallic Top.
Finally, to add in a little bit of bling into the mix, the coming winter season is all about metallics, with colours like rose gold and copper shining through. If you are looking for stand out pieces, why not try a sequined midi skirt teamed with a casual white t-shirt and a pair of loafers.
For a more toned down look, try sourcing out key styles with lurex stitching or metallic binding. One brand that has nailed this trend is Scotch and Soda with lurex binding at the edges on there long sleeve styles, this is a subtle way of including the trend in your outfits.