We have rounded up the key autumn/winter 2017 trends that fashion editors will be wearing this season. Take note – and you’ll look like you’ve just stepped off the front row.
Baker Boy hats
Along with the beret, the Baker Boy hat is having something of a moment. Use it to give a fun twist to your day-to-day ensembles.
Feathers look set to be one of the biggest trends of autumn/winter 2017 – and there’s no way chicer to tap into the trend than with these Prada heels.
A checked blazer
Balenciaga might have started the heritage suit trend but the checked blazer has now taken on a life of its own. Swap your denim for this refreshing outerwear this autumn.
Elegant white heels were definitely the shoe du jour on the New York Fashion Week front rows. From Céline to Tibi, keep it glossy and simple and Colgate white.
From Calvin Klein to Miu Miu, cowboy boots were a big hit on the catwalk last season and they now seem more wearable than ever before. Choose darker hues to prevent the look feeling overly Western and wear with skirts and dresses rather than jeans.
A high-necked chunky knit
An easy and very cosy trend to cash in on this season. Wear chunky polo-neck jumpers with floaty skirts or skinny jeans and statement accessories.
While basket bags are still in favour, the humble string bag is the one to be seen carrying now. The best bit? You can get in on the trend for less than you’d pay for a cup of coffee.
If you’re bored of your denim, this is the trend for you. Corduroy was seen all over the catwalks of Prada, Marc Jacobs and Mulberry – and we’ll be wearing ours from head to toe.
A bum bag
Whether you style yours across your body, around your waist or sat on your hips, the bum bag is definitely a great way to update your look for the new season.
A slouchy suit
Trouser suiting is going nowhere fast and this season, it is all about loose-fitted, slightly oversized shapes. Wear bare now and with polo-necks come winter.