We may have said goodbye to autumn, but rich autumnal colours abound on the high street. Look out for multiple tones of red especially teamed up with animal prints.
Whether you choose top to toe red or simply add a red boot, this splash of colour will brighten up your wardrobe and keep you on trend this winter.
Make a statement
Animal prints are everywhere this season – leopard, snake or zebra print – and the ways to wear them are endless. From long winter coats and heeled boots to blouses and trousers, the high street is bursting with choice and we are loving it!
Brown is the new black
Another autumnal hue, brown, is also bang on-trend this season, with corduroy suiting already being seen on the high street.
Team tan oversized jumpers with brown trousers and add a splash of colour with shoes or accessories for a fashion-forward look.
Christmas parties are here
Say goodbye to long dresses for this party season. Get your glam on this year with short, silver sequined, satin, velvet or sparkly dress. Trousers more your thing? Look out for trouser suits in all fabrics to look and feel amazing this Christmas.
Great news for those who feel the cold… layering is the way to go. Why just wear one layer when you can wear two! Wear turtle neck tops under dresses, chunky jumpers over fitted tops with or throw a trench coat over pretty much any jacket you like. Virtually anything goes when it comes to layering, so be brave and give it a go.
We are seeing waist belts being worn over cardigans, jumpers and coats. It’s a great way to bring an outfit bang up to date.
When it comes to your hair this season, we are saying goodbye to over processed blonde highlights and hello to warmer tones of rich honey and caramel low lights.
If you are blonde, keep it brighter and cleaner especially around the front to keep that sun kissed look. Ask your stylist about a toner in between visits.
For brunettes, try adding some caramel and deep chocolate tones to make some tasteful subtle changes to your hair. While red heads can experiment with rich coppers and burgundy reds to embrace your natural tones.