How to Dress For Autumn

Autumn 2017’s fashions trends are similar each year. Trying to match the colours of the Autumn leaves, here are the runway and the street-style wardrobe essentials that facilitate the cold mornings and the warm afternoons.

Plaid shirts are for those days when you can’t tell what the weather is going to be like. They come in many colours and can be worn under a jumper if it’s too cold.

Knitted jumpers are perfect for the cold days in Autumn. Penneys have a wide range of cosy jumpers and prices start at just 10! They can be worn with trousers or skirt and tights.

Boots are essential for Autumn. Whether they have a small heel or they are military styled, they’re designed to keep your feet warm and stylish. Block heels are easy to walk in and can be worn throughout the day or on nights out. Knee-high boots are a timeless investment, and they keep your legs warm. Public Desire is a reliable online shop with a wide range of low-priced shoes.

Runners can be worn throughout the day, not just for exercising. They’re comfortable and they can be worn with leggings or jeans. Adidas Superstars or Gazelle runners come in many colours and are available in Footlocker.

Denim has been in style for decades. Vintage-style is best for Autumn. Patches and holes in jeans are a popular design in jeans recently. And don’t be afraid to wear double denim either!

Slogan t-shirts have been popular in 2017. They make a statement and they can be found in shops like Forever 21. Be proud to wear your feelings and political views.

Wide leg trousers come in many versions. They are loose and look professional. Cropped around the ankle and a high waistline are the styles to look for.

Pink everything has been a popular trend throughout the year and it made headlines in the Spring runways. They’re no guidelines when styling this shade, just go for the colour that matches your skin tone.

Khaki green pieces are a must-have every Autumn. Expect to see everything from oversized jackets to dresses and t-shirts to tailored trousers.

Amy Donohoe

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