Top 3 Autumn Fashion Trends
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With autumn around the corner it's time to look at what we'll be wearing in the cooler season. Some of our favourite Australian designers presented their autumn/winter collection at Myer, with defined shapes and soft silhouettes defining effortless chic.
Jennifer Hawkins and Jess Hart wear Jayson Brunsdon Black Label.
The ‘40s seductress is back with a ladylike dark side in natural textures that yearn to be touched.
Sink your heart into fab faux fur, perfect ponti, brushed wool and soft, soft silk in colours inspired by a new season. Coats are sharp, suits can kill and sweaters define exactly who you are. Dresses are flirty, skirts are long and curves are smooth in all the right places. Spice up your night. Sweeten up your day. Dare to stand out in vintage-inspired pieces that take you back to dramatic wartime styling.
Jennifer wears Manning Cartell. Jessica wears Morrison.
With inspiration drawn from the hyper-cool ‘60s London, classic and contemporary collide with a style so sleek it sizzles. Feel your way in fine-gauge knits and dreamy soft leathers while taffeta, fur and wool purr softly on your skin. Simple shapes and sublime silhouettes mix it up with abstract patterns direct from Carnaby St.
Jennifer and Jessica wear sass& bide
Hot pop colours add the fizz and fun while slim pants, graphic shifts and cocoon dresses soak up the night and the winter beyond.
Jennifer wears Aurelio Costarella
With attitude to burn and style to stop a stampede, this modern take on the 70s is all about free spirit. A total twist of yesterday’s grunge with modern glamorati, the look is intense, powerful and oh so feminine. The classic skinny pant, jean and jegging is worn with oversized knits, jackets and shirts that are ultra cool. The ankle boot emerges ready to kick some style and capes, shawls and fists of fur add a touch of sophistication.
If colour scares you, stop the truck now. Inspired by the colours of a new season, navy, mustard, pumpkin and orange are right in your face and natural textures include cord, wool, tweed and fetchy, stretchy denim.
Which is your favourite autumn fashion trend?