What to buy now Autumn Winter 2015

In this section, Anoujoum is sharing with you the key fashion trends for autumn winter 2015, some styling ideas from what’s available in store now plus a snapshot of what to buy now if you have certain gaps in your wardrobe.

Colours and prints

Traditionally autumn winter doesn’t offer much up in the colour department. Blacks, charcoals, winter whites, beige/stone are all great neutral shades that are already out there in good supply. There are plenty of ways to make neutrals exciting and this season that is certainly the case with a bigger focus on structure and texture than ever before.

If you are a colour lover then there are options coming through too. The strongest colour trends are navy and magenta/maroon/burgundy. In the print department, animal print and stripe fans will rejoice at the return of these perennial classic fashion buying options. You can never have too many of either I say.

What to buy now?

If your autumn and winter wardrobe has gaps in basics like jackets, lightweight knits and light trench coats then this is the time to act.

Likewise if you have a special occasion coming up and know that it will be relatively warmish at the time, then now is the time to find that outfit

For example, Leather pants are the go-to pant style for the coolest models-off-duty, so we’re certain this trend won’t be letting up any time soon. Pair them with a shirt and knit for a sexy edge or try a trouser-cut style and top your look off with a blazer for the office.

Essential Pieces for the Perfect Winter Date Wardrobe:

When the weather’s warm, it’s easy to play the part of a sex bomb. It’s when the temperature dips that steamy dressing gets a little tougher (but it’s still simpler than you might think). All it takes is a smart silhouette, some touch-me fabrics, and the tiniest bit of skin showing.

Beanie Babes: so many ways to wear this winter staple!

Wear the hat slightly back to highlight your blow-out or, folded and slightly back on the crown of the head to keep face-framing fringe front and center.

Put your hair in loose pigtails, with some stray hairs and keep your hat basic to keep the idea cool and not twee. Or even wear a side braid to keep hair away from your face, but not too hidden.

You can create your own fashion!!!


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