We often see autumn as the season that puts an end to our happy, warm, summer days, as it throws us into the windy and cold reality of having responsibilities. As a get away from the season’s depressing aspects, an October issue of Vogue brightens up my month. Filled with this season’s gorgeous trends that I can’t wait to try out, we at Quench Fashion, are sharing them with you…
Just because the leaves are turning brown this season, doesn’t mean your wardrobe has to. The statement color is best worn by matching it with soft colors or white, which can create a look perfect for any occasion. For those wanting to test the trend before totally embracing it, adding an emerald green accessory to any outfit is a great way to give it a go without full commitment.
THIGH HIGH BOOTS
Thigh high boots are without question the trend of the season. Skinny jeans tucked into flat suede boots reaching your mid-thigh and asymmetrical tops layered with a warm coat are a perfect combination for staying chic and cosy. For the evening, you can pair your boots with a loose dress and thin belt around the waist to slim your silhouette. Keeping your look monochromatic works well, since the boots make enough of a statement themselves.
As the temperatures drop, the waistline of this season’s pants is reaching a new all time high. This autumn, the high-waisted trend that never went away gives you the perfect chance to make your legs appear longer than ever. High-waisted trousers are a staple piece for your wardrobe this season as they can suit both smart or casual and are totally figure flattering. For a complete evening look, simply match them with a pair of heels and a tucked in blouse and you’re ready to go.
This autumn fur makes it’s comeback as one of this season’s top trends.From gilets to headbands, fur is everywhere and we love it far too much to not sneak it into our wardrobe. It’s hard to pull off
an oversized furry coat as casual wear,but it is definitely not impossible. Add fur to any outfit and you can have a cosy, yet chic outfit, all season long.
“Plaid is back” but really, did it ever leave? From shirts, to coats and trousers, the check pattern dominated the catwalk; and it’s got a new makeover. It’s brighter. It’s bolder. And it’s diverse in shape. If you’re wondering what to wear with plaid, leather is the answer. These two go way back; whether you’re sporting a plaid school skirt, or channeling your inner grunge kid, you can never go wrong with a leather jacket or, if you’re feeling brave, leather trousers. Just don’t make like Ross in Friends and get stuck in them!