Fall is upon us so we’ve been thinking about the trends you should be wearing over the coming months.

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LeopardI’m pleased that leopard print is here to stay because it’s one of those things that’s been so easy to get that I don’t know how I’d cope if it went completely out of fashion.

This print is surprisingly versatile. You can use it to add some girlie chic to a simple outfit or you can go all out rock and roll by pairing a leopard print dress with some big boots.

We’ve seen a lot of leopard print on the cat walk so you’ll be able to get your hands on this ever-popular style for a while longer.

Now’s also the time of the year where you can get your hands on a leopard print fur coat (faux of course). Orange2


This is a great color trend that’s bound to breathe some life into your winter wardrobe. Pair it with browns and other neutral colors for a fall look with a bright twist.

We’re loving this orange shirt from Topshop, the embellished collar gives just the right amount of glam. Wear it with a simple skater skirt or with some high-waisted jeans and heels for instant glam.

There are various levels of orange, of course. From the florescent to the more muted shades of fall leaves.

What you choose is up to you but feel safe in the fact that it’s okay to dress head-to-toe in orange shades if you fancy it.

Leopard wrap coatWrap coats

This leopard print wrap coat (two trends for the price of one) is a great example of this trend.

The catwalk was rife with over-the-top wrap coats so it’s nice to see it being done for the RTW market.

What I love about this trend is how flattering these coats are. They create a gorgeous hourglass silhouette. Not to mention the fact that big collars and hoods make these super-snuggly too.

Coats are a great way to incorporate two trends into your wardrobe. Go for an on trend shape in popular color. This fall/winter we need to be looking out for pastel pink, sapphire blue and, of course, orange.

Go for something simple and timeless if you want to try this shape but want your coat to last you a few years.


The nineties-inspired grunge has brought the plaid trend full force into our wardrobes. Grunge can’t be pulled off by everyone but that’s no reason not to include some plaid in your wardrobe.

A plaid shirt might not be the best route to go down as they can look a little soccer-mom (if that’s the look you’re going for, though…) so try a plaid scarf or other accessory.

This dress can be worn in a number of different ways. Wear with a blazed and black patent court shoes for a librarian-chic look or you can wear it with Dr Martens, black tights and a leather jacket for something that’s a little bit more punk.


Another warm, comfortable trend for this season. What you need to look out for is a short leather jacket with a shearling collar as this is the look for fall.

If you’re looking for something longer and warmer, go for a full shearling coat.

This look is so versatile. Wear with your most glamorous dress or wear when hiking in the woods over winter. You can look fashionable while wearing something that is practical (for once).


Oxfords2Menswear-inspired shoes are going to be big this fall too. When boots aren’t an option, go for Oxfords. These shoes can be chic, they can be simple, or they can be clunky and a little bit nineties. What you choose depends on your own personal style.

These Lanvin Oxfords would look great with a pretty shift dress. You can keep it simple and let the key parts of your outfit do the talking. These would also make fantastic work shoes. Wear them with black trousers, a well-cut shirt and a floral blazer for a look that’s professional but fashionable too.

What fall trends are you wearing?