Pencil style dresses in black, deep purple and pink are some of the hottest looks for autumn/winter, according to A/wear.
Oversized bows and fringing embellishment add a special touch. Lace detailing is also key and brings a touch of femininity to prom puff ball style dresses and skirts.
One of the big colour inspirations comes from the glam, retro era of the seventies. It’s a real colour driven story, rich ochre, plum and forest green and of course the biggest hit of the season - the revival of checks and taffeta.
This season’s coats allow you to make a style statement in one simple piece. The colour palette is opulent and rich - deep black and purple with glitter detailing or rich tweeds and checks in mustard and berry tones. Exaggerated detailing is an important feature with ruffles, tucks and pleating all playing a role.
The structured short jacket in rich leathers is a must for casual wear and looks great worn with a seventies inspired mini dress. Coat prices start at €90 and jackets at €45.
A|wear’s denim collection consists of five fits - skinny, wide, fit and flare, straight and bootleg. Updates for this season include new washes, shapes and pocket detailing. The high waist jean is a big fashion trend appearing in deep dark indigo and looks perfect worn with a ditsy print blouse or a bow detail cashmere knit.
The trouser collection focuses on detail for autumn - belts and luxury fabrics. The high waist trouser as well as the ankle grazer style pants are prominent for fall and combine well with chunky cable knits or fitted polo necks in teal or mustard.
If you are on a tight budget and want to update your look invest in some of the hottest accessories. Look out for the jumbo clutch bag in daring colours and prints - hot pink and snakeskin are sure winners. Cross body satchels and big shoulder bags in warm tones of tan and chocolate also stay around for autumn. For a quick fashion fix, pashminas, beanie hats and berets are good buys and should be top of your list.