A/W ’19 is upon us. Whilst this season in Ireland usually consists of big coats and rain jackets, we’ve rounded up 5 of this seasons trends, you know, just in case the opportunity to take off the big heavy coats arises this Autumn/Winter!
Blazers are great for adding a little something extra to an outfit this A/W season. Dress em’ up for a chic look, or dress them down for a more casual vibe. Blazers go with jeans, dresses, skirts, almost anything you find in your wardrobe will look on trend with a blazer thrown over it. Blazers are also perfect for those days when the weather can’t make up its mind. In the words of Rory Gilmore go for “light layers” during this transitional season.
A/W ’19 is all about mixing textures. Suede, corduroy, fur, leather, all faux of course, and all adding a different texture to your outfit. Mixing textures will help create an on trend look effortlessly.
Midi Dresses were a personal fave of mine during the summer. They’re so easy to just throw on whilst still maintaining a level of put-togetherness. The fact that this trend is coming into A/W ’19 has me very excited! Long sleeved midi dresses are where it’s at this season. Style with a leather jacket, ankle boots, and a belt in autumn. Opt for a longer coat, knee high boots and a big ole scarf in the colder winter months and you’re sorted. The best news in the long sleeve midi dress is a very transitional piece, and can be worn up until Spring 2020 with some cute pumps or trainers. (Can you tell I’m a fan?).
Hair accessories were huge this Spring/Summer season. This is a trend that is also transitioning into A/W ’19. Scrunchies, hair bands, hair clips and slides are still very much on trend. Not to forget that it will soon be time for the ever popular bobble hates to be pulled out of hibernation!
A blouse might seem like something your mam or aunty might wear heading off to work in the office. This A/W ’19, however, is all about the blouse. This season is very much about timeless, classic pieces. A blouse is just that. Otherwise known as a shirt, this season is more about that silk and flowy look than a more traditional cotton.