After the sun, sea and sand, the boat parties and the travels, it’s very hard to say goodbye to summer. But the fresh feel of September has now arrived, and autumn is nearly upon us! Are you ready for the cold season?

Here’s our quick handbook for this season’s top essential trends:

Glitter and tulle by day! – Fashion will be confusing day with night. It’s a new trend bestowed to us by New Yorkers, who wear cocktail dresses, plumage coats and glitters from nine to five, probably because, as portrayed in this year’s box office hit How To Be Single, the young and beautiful of New York never sleep and head straight back to the office after a long late night of partying.



70s tailleur chases the genderless – Textured male jackets, bell bottoms and high python heels. Ready for some Parisian walks?

Crazy remix – Patchworks, prints and patterns will be joining forces. But pay attention, please! The mood is animalistic – monkey, spotted, cats and zebra. There are also plenty of geometric themes as well, namely tweed and stripes.

Colours – Rainbow is the new black. The male and female genders are closer than ever, and the pink and blue gender conformity is being broken with plenty of male apparel in pink.

Cream – The runways are instructing us to wear a monochromatic looks with a mix of beige, white and skin.

Cowgirl – The charm of the Wild West is back on the runway. Fringes, booties, embroidered jackets and leather are crucial to ride this style.

Sporty Spice – This is often referred to as technical clothing. Next winter will see a surge of elegant and gymwear fusion. Formal wear will gets its carte blanche through lycra, zips and jeweled earrings and sandals, and the sweatshirt will be teamed with tailored trousers.

For further inspiration, check out these marvelous masterpieces which you might like to invest in this autumn:


A cashmere overcoat, matched with voluminous faux-fur collars.



A short, squared, textured Spencer blazer from the 80s. It’s perfect for that back-to-work feel.



This godet skirt is sexy but chic, suitable for coffee dates.



Overflowing hemlines are a trend from the 2000s. The pants goes under the shoes, but mind you trip over!


Cuissards are still all the rage, and they look remarkable with a mini dress.



Cross body bags are the real hit of this season. Combine it with a vintage touch.



Smoking – For the elegant woman that is not afraid of the androgynous look.



Rubber coats are also a blast from the past and another 2000 star.