April 15, 2024

13 You Need To Know About Before It’s Time To Wear Them

Do we all agree that it’s time to give up on the hope of a late summer yet? However optimistic you are, when it comes to discovering autumn’s fashion trends there’s no such thing as too soon. Particularly, let’s be honest, when it takes many of us a good few weeks to get our heads around some of the slightly more left-field looks…

Plus, you never know how long a good old fashioned British summer will last — if, indeed, it ever shows its face — and we hate to say it but we could all be calling on autumn fashion trends far sooner than any of us might be hoping. But, meteorological skepticism aside, the thought of all the new season fashion to come is actually one of the most exciting things about the arrival of chillier months.

And for fellow lovers of layers, just the thought of a good coat atop some super chic knitwear sees us — dare we say it — quite keen to welcome the lower temperatures. Not, of course, until we’ve had our fill of beer gardens, festivals and European holidays, that is. If you’re keen to see what your wardrobe might look like next season keep reading, because thanks to the world’s four fashion capitals — that’s New York, London, Milan and Paris — who are always ahead of the curve, autumn/winter 2023’s fashion trends were forecasted way back in February.

These are the key sartorial takeaways to prep yourself for next season…

1. PERPETUAL PLEATING

One of the simplest ways to elevate a look, pleating is back in a big way come autumn. Whether you opt for a soft, draped pleat à la Loewe or a more intricate, dense pleat like Paco Rabanne and Rokh, it’s a great way to add a sense of texture without overcomplicating a look through various different fabrics or layers. Keep the rest of your outfit relatively monochrome in order to let the pleating do the talking.

Fashion Trends For Autumn 13 You Need To Know About Before It's Time To Wear Them

Spotted at: (L-R) Paco Rabanne, Loewe & Rokh — as well as Coperni, Atlein, Tove, Givenchy, Ferragamo, Altuzarra, Balmain & Mugler

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