LFW: A Look At 2017 Fall/Winter Fashion Trends

I love heading to London Fashion Week each season, even though my blog is small and I don’t get loads of invites, I love the whole thing! It’s fun to see the shows on Instagram and when you’re attending, the street style and the vibe is pretty amazing. I thought I’d share the love by showing you the Autumn trends as seen at the Trend show of London Fashion Week festival.

Here’s what you’ll be wearing this season….

Head to Toe Prints

Don’t be scared to try on fabrics that you thought you would only ever covet as a wallpaper or couch covering. And don’t be afraid to wear it head to toe. Prints are sticking around for Autumn/Winter.

Sexy Suits and Tailoring

Suits can be bold or classic, but it’s the tailoring that keeps it all up to date. Look-At-Me prints are in, but so are classic hounds tooths and laid back updated athleisure aesthetics.

70’s Vibes

Who doesn’t love 70s style? Well, ok, probably many of you. But I love it. Burnt orange, chocolate browns, corduroy and flared jeans, as well as the odd turtle neck and more are all back in. And I, for one, think it’s just groovy.

All That Glitters

Metallics of all hues and in all fabrics, and metallic or glitter details. It’s all OTT and it’s all good. You can get in on the action in oversize metallic puffa jackets, or keep it low key with metal or shining details.

Low Heels

Kitten and mid-heel heights are in again this season, with 90s style block heels also sticking around. Great news for shoes that you can wear all day!

Are you in love with Autumn/Winters offerings? Or do you hate what’s out there? What are you looking forward to wearing? Let me know in the comments below, or join me on Twitter @CravenWild or on Instagram @HermioneFlavia

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