It’s time to put the summer behind us and dust off the jackets, jumpers and jeans you’ll be wearing in the Autumn/ Winter seasons. Autumn tends to be an expensive time of year, you’ll want to purchase layers, a new coat and we can’t forget about the festival period that everyone starts to shop for early. To avoid spending too much on new clothes, there are some summer trends that you can still wear in the Autumn, and no one will bat an eye.
Some people hate them, and others love them, dad trainers are a trend that is here to stay, and more brands are following the trend now. With so many options available, the bulky styled shoe has been a sensation with brands such as FILA, Asics and Champion and adds a slightly alternative look to the conventional streetwear style.
Pink Stays Put
Pastel pinks have been on trend all summer, and designers are continuing to push the neutral colours in jackets, t-shirts and sweaters. It’s a smart/casual style that can be matched up with the majority of clothing, in the Autumn, layering pink up with similar colours makes for an excellent tonal style that will work well with a dark pair of trousers. So, if you own a pink shirt, top or jacket, don’t put it away for the winter just yet.
The beanie whether is commencing but it isn’t cold enough yet for your ears. Trucker hats have always been a staple for streetwear styles, however, because of the dad cap trend the desire for wearing caps in a semi-smart manner is becoming more common, and the Autumn has already seen this trend in full effect.
Frozen ankles will still be on trend in the Autumn and is likely move into the winter too. Styling cropped smart trousers with a thick knit jumper or a turtleneck sweater, and some brogues is an effortless look ready for most occasions. If you’re not one for enduring cold ankles, the style has also been seen at fashion events with patterned socks, so you might be in luck for keeping them warm.
Perfect all year round, a denim jacket in summer is a great choice of lightweight outerwear that isn’t going to make you feel warm. In the autumn, denim jackets are the ideal final layer to any casual look, pairing it with a hoody or jumper gives a solid layered look suitable for both Autumn and Winter.
Naturally, t-shirts, jeans and jackets from the summer can be kept out and unless you’re looking to completely change your style. There shouldn’t be much need for spending the autumn unless you need a new coat or some extra layers for the colder seasons. The majority of designers think that layering is essential and to do this styles from different seasons can all make an appearance.