Well, let’s cut to the chase: summer is over. It’s sad, I know, but it’s true. Although it is a little more than 15 days before the official arrival of autumn, in-store windows (or shop windows) the autumn/winter season is already more than announced. And between us, the fresh breeze in the morning and at the end of the day leaves us in no doubt, it’s really close to putting the trench coat to good use again.
Regrets aside, the good news is that next season is full of beautiful fashion trends that, in addition to being easy to use, have many (or at least a few) you’ll probably already have in your closet. Is it or is it not news to enter the next livelier season? Okay, okay So before it starts with the “I don’t have clothes, I don’t have anything” drama, let’s go to the checklist?
Show your wild side with the fiercest of trends. The print left its mark on fur coats by Prada and Moschino, on dresses by Dolce & Gabbana, and also appeared in fashion shows by Dior, Prada, and Bottega Veneta. In addition to Givenchy, Moschino, Margiela, among others.
Once again the military appears firm and strong in the season with the magnificence of classic army pieces. Notably, it was seen in the fashion shows of Etro, Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Burberry, Dsquered2, among others; Highlights include the military jacket, which was renewed with pompoms and oriental prints.
T-shirt + Night Dress
Under the influence of streetwear, the fashion staple goes from day to night in a slip dress or a silk lingerie-style top that were so successful this summer and which, as predicted, will continue to be trending next season. Who bets besides me? Chanel, Dries Van Noten, Wanda Nylon.
The familiar and intimate of the cold season’s motorcycle jacket appears next season in a mix of styles and genres. Still “bad-ass”, this time the biker appeared more girly with floral details in Etro, with vintage jewelry in Alexander McQueen and with a diamond-studded constellation in Saint Laurent.
Live La Vie en Rose this season! Although red and purple were also present, pink was the highlight of the Fashion Weeks. From Prada’s pretty in pink, to Jil Sander’s sparkling dress or Gucci’s all-over look; Whether in a blush tone or bright magenta, pink is a strong bet for this Fall/Winter. If that’s your color, this is your time to wear it without fear!
Tartan / Plaid
The most wintry of prints come back with a vengeance (if it ever came out). Balenciaga, Dolce & Gabbana, Isabel Marant, among others; bet heavily on the famous Scottish print. Already very popular in winter, tartan and plaid are some of those trends that keep coming back. So there’s certainly something like that in your closet.
Many will be the “it pieces” of the season, but it is worth saying that, “revisited” or not, these are those classic pieces that, once again, are on the rise. Even if it’s old, worn out, or even a little embarrassing, there’s bound to be some of these pieces lost in your closet. Their biggest advantage is that they don’t need to be from the latest collection to make the “bon chic, bon genre” style beautifully, so be inspired by the new style concepts and create trendy looks using the same old pieces.
It seems not, but just a simple refresh in the styling and the old look of everyday becomes worthy of a street style session.