This Autumn/ Winter it’s all about oversized outwear, trousers with a twist and sharp retro suits. Forget the tired autumnal shades and try out vibrant colored scarves paired with wet-look jackets.
It’s time to get out of your comfort zone and embrace this season’s trends.
Oversized trench coats are a practical, yet stylish choice of outerwear. Big designers, like Prada, Fendi and Dolce and Gabbana, have been showcasing this style in Fashion Month.
Why not opt for a more affordable option at Orvis? They offer a range of high-quality coats and jackets that encompass the trendiest styles all year round.
Embrace your inner Parisian with an oversized trench over streetwear. Or, when you are heading to the office on a rainy day embrace the practicality of a long-line trench.
Harry Potter style scarves
This season is all about oversized outwear. To match these large proportions, designers are upping the ante on scarves as well. Think thick, loosely knitted and contrasting colours for this year’s winter accessories.
Kent and Curwen have embraced the academic look this season. The Hogwarts style scarves are definitely a statement piece that will keep you warm throughout the colder months.
Split Leg Trousers
Last year it was all about the basketball style trouser with a popper slit. This season designers are taking a new look on the flared trouser. Try out the new split hem trend to make wearing flares a little easier.
This style works perfectly with those chunky Western boots in the bottom of your wardrobe. Check out Dunhill’s and John Lawrence Sullivan’s take on the split leg trouser.
Peaky Blinders inspired pieces
Your favourite TV show made an appearance in Fashion Month this year. Kent and Curwen released their collaboration with Peaky Blinders, named: “By Order of the Peaky Blinders.” Who doesn’t love gangster style?
This trend includes tailored suits, grandad shirts and all things tweed. Embrace your inner twenties gentleman with this collection.
Long puffer jackets
Just when you thought puffer jackets were going out of style, the leading designers have hit the refresh button. This season it’s all about the long puffer jacket. From vibrant retro colours to wet look pieces, the longline puffer has to be your new statement jacket.
If this style is a little to avant-garde for your taste, why not try a padded gilet or quilted jacket? You can achieve a toned-down version of the puffer jacket, while still remaining practical and comfortable with your style.
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