Autumn 2015 Trends

With the summer months having flown by, we’re now gearing up for some cooler weather, breaking out the long coats and fur, and bringing out our autumn boots! Today we’re taking a look at the hottest trends in Autum/Winter 2015 from the runways, and showing you how to emulate the best in street style this fall.

Graphic Black and White
Perhaps the biggest proponent of black and white this year is Valentino, whose Autumn/Winter show featured the striking color combination in graphic patterns such as stripes and geometric shapes. Whether it’s checkered or color blocked, or even zebra print, black and white is a sure-win this season. The combination is also perfect, as it allows you to take advantage of another fall trend: layering. Staying warm and staying stylish has never been so easy.

Throwback

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Retro never really dies, but this year, we’re seeing style from the 60s and 70s make their way on the runway and on the streets. In a collaborative project with Lyst, the UK’s Met Office came up with a guide for “What to Wear this Autumn”, where the “Swinging Sixties” or the 1970s are among the top trends. A slim-fitting roll-neck, bohemian suede, and flared jeans are all great choices for channeling the 60s diva.

Tribal Fur

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If you’re looking for something a little flashier than black and white, but aren’t a fan of 60s or 70s fashion, you might want to experiment with a new trend that’s recently emerged: arctic furs. We all saw a lot of tribal trends in the summer, continuing on from last year. The trend persists, as Lanvin and Sacai, among others, have updated it for chilly weather, introducing fur coats in arctic prints. Although better for the chillier nights of winter, these trendy coats are already a great choice for the fall, as they create amazing silhouettes and come in all lengths and textures as well.

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