Published On: Sun, Sep 10th, 2017

From space-age style to embellished party capes – top trends for autumn



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From space-age style to embellished party capes – here are the hottest looks for the season


Pack away your summer dresses and flip-flops and get ready for a winter wardrobe refresh.

We’ve rounded up the must-have trends that were seen on the autumn/winter London, Paris, New York and Milan catwalks along with some high-street inspiration for how to wear them.

RED ALERT

Red ruled the catwalks in every glorious shade from scarlet to crimson, with Valentino, McQueen, Fendi and Prada all featuring the bold hue.

There’s no occasion off limits when it comes to red so whether you’re looking for a bright new coat, a stand-out suit or the perfect party dress, there is only one colour to be seen in this season.

Coat, £65, Dorothy Perkins (dorothyperkins.com).

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Coat from Dorothy Perkins

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Red ruled the catwalks

CAPED CRUSADER

Not just for superheroes, this season the cape is very much in fashion.

Warm wool capes are a chic alternative to a coat, while a pretty embellished cape is perfect for the upcoming party season.

Inspired by the catwalks of Burberry, Balmain and Alberta Ferretti, look for highly decorative designs in lace, pearls and tassels for the perfect cover-up.

Blue embellished cape, £35, JD Williams (jdwilliams.co.uk); full-length cape, £199, Monsoon (monsoon.co.uk)

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Full-length cape from Monsoon and blue embellished cape from JD Williams

FAIRYTALE FOLK

Embrace escapism this season with fairytale-inspired folklore fashion.

Keep a look out for details such as embroidery and crochet combined with floral prints and layer different textures and fabrics including sheer, opaque and embellished materials.

Be inspired by designers such as Bora Aksu, Coach and Temperley London.

Dress, £59, Simply Be (simplybe.co.uk)

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Dress on the right from Simply Bee

FEELING BLUE

This post-war 1940s shade of blue is everywhere this autumn.

The soft pastel tone featured on the catwalks of designers including Celine, Roksanda, Dior and Balenciaga.

This elegant look is about uniformity and simplicity so opt for clean lines and timeless shapes such as tailored trousers, button-down shirts and midi dresses.

Top, £89, Hobbs (hobbs.co.uk); skirt, £160, Jennifer Anne (jennifer-anne.co.uk)

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Top from Hobbs and skirt from Jennifer Anne

TOTALLY TAILORED

Update your workwear with this season’s hottest tailoring.

The catwalks meant business, featuring androgynous suits to help you channel your inner CEO.

Look for inspiration from Victoria Beckham, Max Mara and Mulberry for pressed-front, wide-leg trousers and double-breasted blazers.

Wear with a slim-fit shirt and block heels or loafers to complete the look.

Jacket, £325; trousers, £155, both LK Bennett (lkbennett.com)

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Jacket and trousers from LK Bennett

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Top from River Island

SPACE-AGE

Space-age style is big news with this season’s catwalks featuring a riot of futuristic metallic shades.

Embraced by Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, Christopher Kane and Mugler this high-shine look – perhaps inspired by the resurgence of sci-fi classics such as Star Wars – is truly out of this world.

On the high street look for slinky silver dresses and iridescent fabrics.

Top, £36, River Island (riverisland.com)

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Dress from Hobbs

SUPER SEVENTIES

Travel back in time to the 1970s this season.

Camel, tobacco, mustard and orange shades are combined with retro wallpaper prints and chintzy florals in the latest looks.

When it comes to fabrics look for tweeds, shearling, corduroy and faux-fur trims in classic 1970s styles such as wide-leg trousers, oversized coats, polo necks and pussy-bow blouses. 

Dress, £159, Hobbs (hobbs.co.uk)



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