A/W 2017 FASHION TRENDS FT. SHEIN
As it goes, we spend all of March and April—and sometimes even May—not-so-patiently waiting for winter to escort itself out as quickly as possible in the hopes of expediting summer weather. But as soon as we have a few, and I mean a few, sweltering days in a row, we’re desperately calling for autumn. Let me tell you, London Tubes are not made for any kind of heat...
So here we are; the leaves have started to turn golden and the autumnal breeze has arrived in full force, so it's the perfect time to pull out the fisherman jumpers and knee high boots and to embrace the autumnal weather wholeheartedly.
Last weekend I got the chance to go to LFWF and mingle amongst the fashion elite and ever since, I've had the fashion bug. BIG TIME. It was my first time at London Fashion Week and not only was it really insightful but also exceptionally inspirational. I got the opportunity to see a plethora of shows, upcoming collections and I met with some very talented emerging designers, but my favourite part of the whole experience was definitely the A/W Trends catwalk show.
With any new season, you can revive pieces you already have in your wardrobe and tweak them - from the trench coat now worn pulled back over the shoulders for a new angle to the cashmere jumpers you might have already invested in tucked into midi skirts. This is obviously pleasing news for our credit cards because up-hauling your wardrobe each season is clearly ridiculously expensive, however, I'm always keen to add in a few new pieces here and there to keep things interesting and trend forward.
Some trends are a bit, let's say, 'out there' for my every day style but the trends that I'm REALLY keen to incorporate into my wardrobe for the upcoming season are red to toe, oversized knits and suiting. With that in mind, I've collaborated with the lovely people at SheIn to put together my A/W wish list.
RED TO TOE
So there you go, I hope you liked my roundup! What's so fab about SheIn is that it is just so affordable so you don't need to feel too guilty about investing in some key pieces to update your wardrobe with.
What A/W trends are you most excited about?