Summer is well and truly over, and this year the runaways were full of glamorous never seen before trends as well as the introduction of modern classics. With all the amazing looks from last season, it’s no surprise that some are finding it a little hard to let go of their favourite pieces. So, this autumn, why not keep hold of your summer outfits and reimagine them? See below 5 summer trends that you can still wear this autumn:
1. Animal Print
Animal print has once again gone full circle and is now back on trend this year. Designers like Gucci and Victoria Beckham premiered animal inspired collections, with particular attention to snake, leopard and tiger print. Don’t let go of your favourite animal print summer blouse, instead, try layering it with a camel coat layered over the top. The perfect autumn/winter look.
This summer we saw the rather bizarre trend of “tiny” sunglasses, in unique shapes and sizes. So, who said sunglasses can only be worn during the summer? Unleash your inner celebrity and wear sunglasses with a leather jacket and jeans for a stylish, daring outfit ensemble.
3. Daywear Lingerie
Wearing lingerie has become more acceptable over the past few years, which makes sense because it’s super chic. Try layering up with a womens designer underwear or designer lingerie lace bodysuit tucked into a pair of high waited jeans and complete the look with a warm fur coat if you need to keep the winter chill away.
4. Slip Skirts
Slip skirts have a firm summer favourite for those days by the beach or when you’re in town shopping for your next summer holiday. Bring them into autumn by teaming them with a knitted jumper and boots for a relaxed vibe.
5. Colour Blocking
Summer is all about bright, bold colours and making a statement. When autumn comes around it’s easy to slip into the same old routine of wearing burgundy, burnt orange, maroons and camel brown colours. Try to switch things up a bit by wearing block colours right the way into autumn.
What Trend Will You Try?
Autumn is the perfect time to start experimenting with your look. So, bring your summer wardrobe into the new season by layering up and picking out key pieces. There’s no need to disregard your favourite summer outfits completely just because autumn has creeped upon us.