In fashion circles, August marks the beginning of autumn, so while temperatures in the UK continue to be around in the mid-20s, our favorite stores are already preparing for the fast months to come.
For 2019, the autumn/winter catwalk shows presented a vast array of trends that can be sported ahead of the new season’s arrival, from the return of punk-inspired plaid and puffer coats to fresh and exciting color combinations.
But whether they’re totally new or tried and tested, the sheer number of trends that emerge at once means updating your wardrobe can be a real head-spinner.
To help, we’ve rounded up our pick of the best autumn/winter 2019 trends that you can wear now safe in the knowledge that they aren’t going out of style any time soon.
A shade that was once synonymous with royalty, power and wealth, purple is officially the reigning color of the new season.
While it might not be for everyone, major names including Dries Van Noten, Tom Ford, and Comme des Garcons stood behind the regal hue for autumn/winter.
On the runway, designers presented head-to-toe looks featuring a spectrum of different shades, from delicate lavender to valiant violet.
However, to translate this trend into your own wardrobe we suggest using it as an accent to other colors. Pair a purple T-shirt with off-white jeans and dad sandals now before switching to darker denim and ankle boots when winter calls.
Last season saw the mini-bag serve as the ultimate status symbol, with designers instigating a big bag backlash among fashion fans.
However, come autumn/winter pint-sized purses will be scrapped in favour of supersized carryalls that will do just that. Finally, a trend that satiates our need to lug around obligatory junk wherever we may go.
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