Autumn/Winter 19/20 trends

August 21, 2019

Leather outerwear

This trend features ready to wear leather trench coats, leather bomber jackets and tailored leather coats. Colour trends consist of shiny blacks and dark rich browns. This type of jacket is an understated yet statement piece that is an essential for your Autumn/Winter wardrobe! Look out for these pieces as leather is set to be the biggest trend this winter and not just in outerwear.

Get the look with this black, leather Belstaff biker jacket as seen on David Beckham for the campaign shoot! In a collarless design, it features quilted panels and a soft cotton lining, ready to throw over your favourite jeans and tee.

Oversized trench coat

Still on coats, the oversized clothing trend is performing very well! Tailored and structured oversized trench coats have been spotted across the board at fashion week. To compliment your body type, neatly tie the chunky belt at the front. One brand in particular nailed this trend and that is Kent & Curwen! Their oversized trenches had a particularly preppy-meets-One Fine Day appeal, which felt surprisingly fresh and trendy.

Get the look with this smart, cashmere mix Hardy Aimes overcoat. A stylish jacket that will see you through the colder months. Style over a suit for work or rock a pair of jeans and a jumper on a cold winter’s day up in London.

Illustrated knitwear

Carrying on from the printed logo T-shirts, the next big thing this autumn/Winter is illustrated knitwear. This intricate, luxurious trend can be subtle or, as seen in Dior, (middle photo) it can transform your outfit into a ready-to-wear statement outfit.

Get the look with this Paul Smith printed knitted crew neck jumper. This piece looks great with blue or black jeans and a pair of smart sneakers.


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