Summer is almost bidding adieu and the winter is fast approaching. Some of you might be experiencing the first glimpse of winter already. So, isn’t this the perfect time to do a post on my favourite new fashion trends for Autumn/Winter 2015-16 straight from the runway? I am really thrilled to see a lot of new trends for the up coming winter and most of them are so customisable to suit your wardrobe and personality! Have a read 🙂
I have always been a fan of fringes and love the whole bohemian look and feel of it. I wore quite a lot of fringes in summer and it’s wonderful to see this this fashion trend still hot for winter. Fringes look great on anybody as long as you have a taste for it. Wear them in skirts, dresses, coats and of course, you’d not want to ignore carrying a fringed bag or a scarf. I loved the great variety of looks with fringes in the runway and how seamlessly this trend is adapted in casual, classy as well as experimental outfit.
I am new to the world of grey and have recently written a post on grey inspiration. I am more than happy to know that grey is in fact quite a hot shade this winter and I can’t wait to wear some grey this Autumn/Winter 2015-16. From dresses, to coats to woollens, grey is indeed a winter colour. If you think it might get a bit depressing to wear a lot of grey in winter, just add a pop of colour to it with a scarf, a bag or a cap.
Well, this is a bit experimental but contrast patchwork is the latest fashion trend for Autumn/Winter 2015-16. Patch work also showed up in the runway in many designer clothes and a lot of designers used patchwork as a key element of their collections and used patched fabrics swatches or patchy prints to achieve a really high-fashion look. If too much of patchwork is too loud for your comfort, you can always try subtle colour contrast.
Plaids are quite synonymous to winter fashion and I can’t stop admiring the the assortment of plaid patterns on the Autumn/Winter 2015-16 runway. I am sure you did wear plaid shirts and dresses for summer, just get some heavier fabrics and take the plaid trend along till the end of winter.
Quirky-ness is one of the key features of the winter runway fashion and designer clothes. I wouldn’t say all the designer collections were quirky but most of them pleasantly surprised me with unconventional combinations. Mixing seriously unexpected colours, patterns and layers threw in a lot of excitement into the Autumn/Winter 2015-16 runway shows. So, next time you wonder whether to mix animal prints with polkas and florals or not, you might just want to wear them all and create a fashion statement!
RED & RUST
If you thought winter was all about melancholic blacks, greys and darker shades of colour, think again! Red and Rust are the colours of the season and a must have for the up coming winter wardrobe. It was fascinating to see such pop of shades doing the rounds in a winter runway show. I simply can’t wait to bring in some red and rust into my life! What about you? 🙂
Tribal inspired prints, patterns and styling is another hot trend for winter 2015-16. Whether you like it intense or subdued, all things tribal is the mood this winter. If you are a serious tribal print enthusiast you might want to extend this trend to accessories, jewelries and body art as well.
Photo Courtesy : Vogue UK
Apart from the list above I really love the clinched waist silhouettes, wide legged, high-waisted pants and asymmetric capes that are so much in trend for fall/winter. After reading this compilation you will never be in doubt about what new fashion trends to shop for in Autumn/Winter 2015-16.
If you like any of these trends or would like to add up anything to this list do comment on the space below.
Have an awesome weekend and I will see you soon with another post! 🙂