Have you been dreaming of weather so cold that you can wrap up in fluffy jumpers, thick socks and chunky-knit scarves? If you’re a fan of autumn/winter looks, there’s no doubt you’ll be pleased it’s already September and you can start to think about this season’s wardrobe. Plus, the countdown to Christmas is on!
But before you go shopping, take a moment to assess your finances to work out your budget and which pieces you can afford. From chic suits to glitzy gold garments, what trendy pieces should you start to invest in as the cold eather and party season approaches?
Get comfy in a cardie
Nothing quite beats layering up in the colder months, which is why we’re so glad that cardigans are coming back again. Pair with your favourite pencil skirt or denim jeans to achieve a stylish yet subtle look.
Heading back into the office and want to look the part? Say goodbye to your slouchy clothes and welcome a new skirt suit. We’ve no doubt you will look the part after investing in this fashion staple for the season.
Pump it up with balloon sleeves
Look out for a lot of arm drama this autumn with some seriouslysassy sleeves.When you buy any garment for your top half over the next couple of months, it must have an XXL sleeve.
Say yes to an LBD
Let’s face it, they never go out of style. This winter, it’s all about head-to-toe black − whether that’s an LBD, or your favourite pair of dark jeans teamed with a slinky black jumper and some solid black boots.
Be bold in gold
While your Christmas party might be virtual this year,there’s no reason for you not to go all out with your dress. When you’re browsing your favourite online retailers over the next couple of months, ensure that a gorgeous gold number is in your shopping cart.
Cut it out
Although it might be chillier, you’regoing to have to welcome a breeze if you want to stay on trend. Cutaway fabrics placed at the hips, down the sleeves or neckline will be extremely popular this year, so keep your eye out for them too.
What pieces are you looking to invest in this autumn/winter?