The change of the season is always an exciting time in fashion, and, as the leaves start changing colour and winter creeps ever nearer, stylish shoppers have the perfect excuse for a little retail therapy. Away go the strappy sundresses, the flowing maxis and the tiny playsuits – Autumn is here! But what should you go for to see in the new season in style?
The popular skater style dress has had an autumn makeover and now sports long sleeved. This flattering fit and flare style is easy to wear with boots and a jacket. If you are into long sleeved skater dresses you should check out these George dresses. I'm totally in love with their black collar skater dress and i'm happy that it's affordable too.
Texture, or a ‘textured look’ is huge news for Autumn, with jacquared prints and baroque styles adding a little luxe to our wardrobes. Gold on black styles and rich jewel colours will be a great investment, taking you right through the festive party season in style. If you’re really brave, you really should wear a baroque patterned dress, i'm sure it will look very chic on you just like the fashion blogger below!
For comfy daywear you can’t beat the classic jumper dress. Have fun with patterns, or simply go for a thick, comfy, cable knit – this look is about comfort and warmth so don’t over think it too much. Team a knitted top with a raffled skirt or leggings, and ankle boots, for an easy, casual look.
The midi is a super flattering style for those with curves, and the long sleeved versions hitting the shops are a great way to take this dress right through the seasons. Ideal for evenings out, as well as wearing to work or out shopping, the midi is a really versatile style that you’ll get loads of wear out of. Don’t forget your spanx if you’re not hugely tummy confident though!
Cobalt blue is still big news going into the winter season, and will wear just as well through the colder months, unlike some other seasonal colour trends like pastels. I recently saw this cute cobalt blue dress which is called the tulip ponte dress at George at ASDA which looks a bit similar to the blue dress which the fashion blogger below is wearing. It looks chic and great for a day to work.
Dresses aren’t just for Summer. Autumn is a fantastic season to wear dresses in heavier fabrics and tighter styles, for a streamlined style from day to night. Have fun shopping the latest fashions and styles in the Autumn/Winter collections and be sure to dress to impress right through to next Spring!