As the summer season starts to wind down (slowly but surely), we must come to terms with the colder weather and bring on Autumn! Thanks to bustling Fashion Week 2018 going on across the globe this February, there is an exciting assortment of key trends to follow for the new season.

All the Autumn Feels for 2018

Image Source: Coach NYFW18 Vogue

If you want to make your wardrobe for this new year POP, take a look at these key trends to follow (we know you won’t be disappointed). From the new colour of the year; Lavender, in addition to 70’s vintage influence and bringing Polka Dots back in style, this autumn will be bound for surprises and confidence.

TREND: 60’s and 70’s vintage floral vibes 

Brock Collection NYFW18

It seems like no matter what season, some form of the floral trend will always remain as a frontrunner in the fashion world. As the new year commences,  florals have been blooming into what appears to be influenced by 60’/70’s pattern aesthetic. There is a certain sense of romanticism about the cuts and color choices of these dresses. From an assortment of textures from flowy chiffon to a thicker silk feel, this trend sparks up some vintage fun. You can never go wrong with some added details like neckties or faux fur. 

1. Alice McCall NYWF18 2. Oscar De La Renta NYFW18

Anni Sui NYFW18, Image Source: Vogue

Our GlamCorner Looks

TREND: Polka Dots

Image Source: Refinery 29

Rethinking the dots: the more you realize how simple yet fun the classic polka dot pattern can be, the more you should introduce it into our wardrobe for 2018. Polka dots have been associated as being feminine or adolescent yet, they can be reinvented in the way you style them. Adding layers of accessories, bold colours and textures can counteract what once was traditional and create something of spunky importance. Their dainty feel has much elegance and can spruce up any mono-coloured dress without being overbearing on the eyes.

Rodarte and Creatures of Comfort at NYFW18
Alexa Chung Paris FW18, Image source: Elle

Take for example Alexa Chung: a fave British fashion icon with a dainty polka dot feel, styled with a trench coat and mini-purse. 

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TREND: The Tailored Suits

Image 1: Alice McCall NYFW18 Image 2: Refinery 29

The power suit is here to stay. This autumn is filled with bold feminine power thanks to this suit trend. This new silhouette with a more “tuck at the waist” feel creates a softer feminine cut. These suits are not just for work wear, they can be dressed up or down depending on personal preference. 

Image Source:Fashionista FW18

A great way of tying in colour is through accessories (belts, purses and chunky jewelry) or you can go bold as ever with a monochrome feel like this head-to-toe red suit.

Our GlamCorner Looks

TREND: Ruching and Layered Details 


Zimmerman NYFW18, Image Source: WWD

Forget the basic midi/max minimalist design and bring on the layers of fringe and ruching! This autumn is filled with dresses that display a complex assortment of detailing and design. Neutral colours may always be a go-to for simplicity, yet adding ruching and textures from lace detailed shoulders to asymmetrical necklines helps amplify this chic style that will definitely turn heads. 

Adeam NYFW18, Mr. Self-Portrait, Prabal Gurung NYFW18

Our GlamCorner Looks

 Last Minute Tips:

1.Colour theory is everything this year.


Image source: Vogue

Pantone announced its colour of the year: Ultra Violet, and from this moment on purple hues have been all over!

Not only has purple taken over, but bright bold colours with a 70’s influence are popular, allowing a more whimsical and fun vibe. Monochrome has been in fashion since last year but it’s clear that it’s here to stay.

Mansur Gavriel 2018, Tibi NYFW18


2. Handbag Touch: Baby Bags

Purses Harpers Bazaar
Image source: Harpers Bazaar

Adding a pop of colour to any outfit with these stylish mini-purses!

Image source: Manrepeller Street Style 18


Enjoy this Autumn Season in style- we’ll be here next season with more fashionable tips! xo



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