AW15 Trend guide

21 September 2015

With this Autumn Winter offering up some proper game changers trend-wise, I have compiled my favourite trends for Autumn/Winter 2015. If money was no object, I would be kicking off the new season with a wardrobe full of looks from the runways but sadly, that is a dream and not reality. So, I'm letting you know where you can buy into these trends on the High Street without blowing the bank!

Let's begin....
AW15 Trend guide by What Laura did Next
That Seventies show
If you purchased a pair of denim flares this year already, fear not! You will get some more wear out of them as the 70's trend is not going anywhere. You may be feeling a little bohemian over the uptown chic or vice or versa - whatever way, there is a version of this trend you will love. Michael Kors, Anna Sui, Burberry and Chloe had models walking their runway in 70's style. On the high street - Topshop, River Island and Zara are good stores to shop at for this.
AW15 Trend guide by What Laura did Next
From what I can gather with this trend, anything in your wardrobe goes! From a shirt under a dress or over a polo neck, to chunky cardigans under a coat, this is a budget-friendly trend as it means you don't need to go on a big shop - just open your wardrobe doors and embrace your current clothing!
AW15 Trend guide by What Laura did Next
Gothic styles for this trend were at McQueen, Givenchy and Giles. Think decadent but dark - sheer fabrics, embellishment and lots of frills. Head to Dorothy Perkins, Zara and Topshop to pick up some Victoriana separates to style.
AW15 Trend guide by What Laura did Next
Modern Military
This trend is set to be huge for AW15. Mainly masculine and dark, with strong attention to finishing
details such as military style buttons and pockets. Shop it at Zara (again) and Wallis

So, there you have it, four of my favourite trends for AW15. What trends stood out for you and what are you looking forward to coveting for the new season? 

I've said it before, and will probably say it quite a few more times but Autumn Winter is my favourite season. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE Summer but for me, I'm most happiest and comfortable rocking cosy knits, faux fur coats and cute dresses teamed with tights. 

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