There is so much to look forward to with this seasons fashion must-haves.
It's the start of Autumn and we are already prepping our favourite winter wardrobes items with chunky knits and layers and layers of fun styles.
With New York Fashion Week setting the bar high with fresh new looks for fashion revellers, London is also predicted to be exciting fashion followers with looks to replicate.
This style has been visible in many stores, both high street and designer, with flared trousers, fluted sleeves and 80s hair styles all making a massive comeback this summer.
Now there are new styles to bring into the new season with fishnets, varsity jackets, light florals and dramatic shoulder pads and over-sized coats all having a comeback.
Mix and Match
Their has been a flux of fashion crossovers in recent years with sports, casual and smart tailoring all being worn in the same outfit.
Popular online store Boohoo has mastered this way of styling for customers, with the sports luxe genre featuring in many products in store.
Cropped, capri and flared trousers are a huge trend this season.
Teamed with casual or for a more tailored look, the designers at fashion week will be incorporating this trend into their shows.
Also, we can imagine they will be a hit for the frows, with the style being perfect to take you through the seasons into the chillier months.
Online store ASOS has many variations of the new fashion, and extremely affordable so you can feel bang on trend.
One of the most highly anticipated shows, Anya Hindmarch, has released their Autumn/Winter collection online and in store which features some furry friends.
These fox, bear and husky cross body bags will set you back £550, with more of these fun styles being present in other big named brands in the industry.
Parrots, Flamingos, parrots, you name it they are going to printed on many items this season.
Shoulder skimming earrings
This is a trend that has kind of accidentally comeback, with some quite daring and outrageous looks being spotted in and around the fashion scene.
Here Sofia Ritchie rocks a large hooped earring at Oscar de la Renta's spring collection show.
This particular style can be seen in all shapes and sizes, depending on how confident you can wear them (because the bigger the better).
Many of the styles are heavily multi-coloured, heavily beaded, it is a style that less is definitely not more.
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