Invest in copper
A strong representation of traditionally autumnal navies, blacks, greys and dark greens, the colour that really stood out at the shows was copper. Replenish stocks of the rich, orangey-brown shade now.
Layer-up with a knitted polo shirt
If you’re not ready to start wearing sweatshirt selection, try using a knitted polo shirt as a slightly lighter layer of insulation as the temperature dips. Across the catwalk, this item thrown casually over shirts and T-shirts, and slipped under slouchy, sporty suiting.
The trend for bomber jackets shows no sign of abating anytime soon. However, this season not only a whole swathe crafted out of luxurious velvets, leathers and wools, but many had rich embellishment work incorporated into the design. Whether its beautifully intricate hand embroidery or interesting badges sewn onto the surface, look out for a bomber with that extra detail this coming cold season.
The autumn season shows are all about outerwear and no coat shape was more popular than the duffle coat. Camel was the most popular colour to crop up, designers giving their own design tweaks to the hooded toplayer, including extending the length or chopping the sleeves off or cutting it from plasticised material.
Neckerchiefs are the new way to protect your neck this cold season. To be bang-on trend, look out for something in a cotton-silk mix busting with pattern and colour or simply tie on a bandana and let its tails hang loose over your jumper.
Silk ‘n’ shine
Silk shirts were perhaps the most obvious and easiest way to get on the trend, if slip one on under a suit. But leather trousers and silken or nylon outerwear were also well-represented on the catwalks.
Sleek slouchy trousers
After season bubbling under the surface, hems are finally loosening up next season. And while only the braves of us will be able to slip on a pair of flares, looser wool trousers wearing wider at the thigh and foot are seriously. The vast majority of the trouser they showed had an elasticated waist.
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