Young or old, contemporary or traditional, you are no doubt thinking about what you will be wearing in the six months of winter and autumn. You need to be trendy, look good and feel great. To do this, you need to know some of the trending fashion outfits by some of the most renowned artists in the industry. These fashion trends will give you more freedom to choose what you will be wearing when the seasons change!
Go for hot red
The color of the autumn/ winter season is red. Just because the weather is cold and dull does not mean that you have to be. Soon the statement OTK boots by Fendi, the sleek coats by Givenchy and Tod’s monochromatic looks will be seen all over the streets. It is, therefore, time to get all those warm red outfits out and ready for the season.
Think vintage fur
Vintage fur is one part of fashion that keeps recurring. It is hot, sexy and looks great on people of all ages. This fall is all about statement fur. It is back to the basics people! Just fur, no frills. All the fashion runways featured a classic vintage coat that was unique and complimented the wearer.
The cowboy inspired look
Although fashion is moving towards more comfortable gear, it still maintains its fun, color, and glamor this season. Raf Simon has shown that it is possible to make the western front look little more contemporary and acceptable for this generation. With steel-toed boots, cowhide prints, leather vests and kitschy cacti, the cowboy look is now inspirational.
Go retro with your hats
Beanies are great. They are warm and beautiful for the most part. However, they have been worn during the cold season for years and have become a little boring. Fashion heavyweights Coach 1941, Marc Jacobs and Maison Margiela, have taken it back to bucket hats and brimmed caps made from vintage textiles like fur and shearling. These are warm and fashionable and are likely to be seen in the streets in the autumn and winter seasons.
The Victoria collars
This fall, everyone will be neck deep in the Victorian collar looks inspired by Kenzo and John Galliano. These are the Shakespearean fancy older sister or great aunt looks. However, Lemaire and Frame made the look more contemporary by adding crisp poplin. An excellent way of bringing out your feminine side without freezing to look great.
Who says you cannot look great during your leisure time? The leisure suit is the adjacent of the track suit. It is inspired by the athleisure look. Technicolor sequins by Ashish and the cozy set in a suede look by Chloe create a dominant trend. The look tells you that this season it is okay to wear sweats outside. You can even wear them the way Rihanna styled hers with stilettos and a beautiful handbag. You can even pair yours with old school shoes as Versace did.
Going for broad shoulders
This season, we are not borrowing from the boys, we are getting inspirations from the men. This timeless look has been seen with grandfathers for generations. Oversized men wear was trending on the runways from Offwhite, Dries Van Notes and Alexander Wang. They showed that the shoulder pads should return with a bang, for that matter.
Consider nylon coats
Nylon coats are convenient and chic. You can wear them when it is raining to keep your clothes from getting wet. You can also turn them into your bag quickly without worrying about wrinkles. Celine, Michael Kors, and Stella McCartney agree that nylon coats are the outwear of your dreams.