11 trends we’ll *all* be wearing now that autumn has officially arrived

With the calendar officially now in autumn mode, the sun’s occasional appearance this week has done little to mask the fresh chill in the air. And while we don’t always relish in cold weather, the excuse to ditch our floaty dresses for a trench coat and boots has been a real revelation.

With summer now nothing more than a distant memory, it’s time to start thinking about getting your new season aesthetic in order.

Oversized hats, tie-dye and fringing may have dominated our wardrobes over the last few months, but – if the autumn/winter 2019 catwalks earlier this year are anything to go by – over the next few months, things look set to get extra… A… F.

From OTT prints – think clashing checks, unapologetic florals and argyle knits – to blinding sparkle, fancy puffers and seemingly endless ruffles, you may well need to gear yourself – and your wardrobe – up for what looks set to be a seriously sassy season.

So amidst the fashion week madness, which trends look set to *actually* prevail this season?

Scroll down to get up to speed with what we’ll all be wearing now that autumn has finally arrived, and shop the trends…


Have florals *ever* been off-trend? We think not, but next season they’re more extra than ever, with full floral looks – including face masks – considered entirely viable options. Make like these high-end labels, and opt for styles with a muted base colour and bright, decorative petals splashed across.
Spotted at: Erdem, Richard Quinn and Marc Jacobs


After seasons spent cramming only our very essential items into the teeniest, tiniest totes our phones would fit in, come autumn/winter our handbag-lip-balm-count will return to seven (minimum) as some of the coolest brands on the schedule dub it time to revisit practicality. And then some…
Spotted at: Michael Kors, Rejina Pyo and Proenza Schouler


Last season saw clashing prints – think polka dots *with* stripes – prove popular, but next season the bold trend has been pared down to something somewhat more manageable. Essentially one single print, by autumn we’ll all be re-investing in checks – we’ll just be mixing the colours together a bit.
Spotted at: A.W.A.K.E, Marta Jakubowski and Ashley Williams


I warned you that you might have to brace yourself… one low-key ruffle is simply not enough next season as we all look to the 1920s lampshade for our evening wear inspo. Make sure to keep your hair pulled back for maximum gown-impact.
Spotted at: Molly Goddard, Erdem and Roksanda


While a cinched waist is a timeless trait, it’s one which has fallen off the radar somewhat in high fashion circles due to the ever-growing fondness for a loose, undefined silhouette. Next season, however, it’s all change, and we’ll be reaching for our belts to wrap around everything, from knits to coats and everything in-between.
Spotted at: Prabal Gurung, JW Anderson and Tibi


If you had even half an eye on fashion week this season, you likely noticed the influx of tonal camel hues adorning the outfits of the street style set. Jump forward to the end of the year, and that same base shade gets an upgrade via sweeping midi coats.
Spotted at: Simone Rocha, Jonathan Cohen and Rejina Pyo


Know your Arabesque? Perfected your Demi Plié? Nailed your Échappé? If you don’t know what we’re talking about, then you should perhaps read up on your Angelina Ballerina, because next season’s footwear focus is all about the pointed toe. Aaaaand… curtsy.
Spotted at: Brock Collection, Huishan Zhang and Toga


Once the uniform of middle-aged golfers, argyle knitwear has had its highs and lows in the fashion world. But, according to this season’s most popular runways, it’s officially back in favour. Strictly saved for jumpers and cardigans (no argyle trousers, thank you v much), pair them with chic skirts for cosy days in the office.
Spotted at: Molly Goddard, Victoria Beckham and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi


Corduroy has been making a subtle comeback over the last six months or so, but double that time-frame and we’re predicting it will have truly reached the masses. Opt for loose-fitting incarnations for a casual look, and high-waisted flared trousers with a nipped-waist jacket of an evening.
Spotted at: Kate Spade, Margaret Howell and Jamie Wei Huang


The puffer jackets is rarely off-the-menu right now, but just as it looked set to become a slightly stagnant market the off-duty look is entering new realms as next season it becomes a viable dressed-up option. Whether it’s cropped and metallic, wrapped and tonal or mid-lenth and cinched, freezing temperatures will pose no problem on nights out next winter and we already can’t wait.
Spotted at: Asai, Christian Siriano and Marta Jakubowski



Surprise surprise, 2019’s party season will welcome a whole host more sparkle. But unlike last year’s sexy, almost predictable takes on the trend, next season sequins undertake a slightly more thoughtful aesthetic. From draped dresses to fringing and portraiture, Christmas-party-dressing looks set to be a whole lot more interesting.
Spotted at:Halpern, Molly Goddard and 16Arlington


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