The seasons are changing and soon we will be reaching for ankle boots over slides and trying to remember where we hid away our winter coats. Rather than reminisce over summer’s end, we’re here to help you update your wardrobe for the beginning of Autumn. We’ve rounded up 4 four of the biggest new season trends, so you can start your shopping early.
We’re reviving 90’s fashion in a big way this season and we all need to have a bit of Cher from Clueless sensibility: That it’s entirely appropriate to suit up in plaid skirt and blazer sets, rock a tartan midi dress or finish off your outfit with an oversized check coat. If street style is any indication, there's a lot more where these plaids came from—so stock up now.
Forget what you thought you knew about complimentary colours because we’ll be dressing in one shade throughout this season. Co-ords are back and bigger than ever and dressing in all one hue is so simple and looks super chic. There’s no trick to the monochromatic trend, varied textures of one colour adds depth and dimension, while allowing you to rock multiple brands at once. Make a statement by choosing a bright, bold hue like our favourite options below.
Jewel Tones: If dressing top to toe in bright colours is not your thing, don’t stress. Designers are raiding the royal jewels to bring you affordable luxe this season. With names ruby, emerald and sapphire - these tones have the power to make you feel chic and sophisticated. Still prefer black during the cooler months? Let your accessories do the talking and introduce these gemstone colours via a pair of statement earrings or a clutch bag.
Whether you refer to it as the newsboy, baker boy or page boy—there's no denying this trend is taking over Melbourne this Autumn. This dynamic accessory will see you through winter-to-summer and back around again. Best of all, with options in all different fabrics, there's a style for every outfit. To avoid looking like you’ve raided your Grandfather’s wardrobe, try picking up one in a bright colour like the ones below.