New Autumn Trends You Might Already Own


Wondering what the latest trendy looks are this autumn?  Thinking about adopting a few of them to update your wardrobe?


Then you might be pleased to learn that, as is the case with the cyclical nature of fashion, a few trends are coming back around again.  You might even have a few of these in your wardrobe already.


Indeed, there is a little bit of déjà vu about the A/W ’23 season.  I spied long black coats on international catwalks, as well as white shirts and leggings.


Yes, simple, classic pieces have returned to the fore, which is great for your wallet if you have these to hand.


Popular colours for this season include red (scarlet) and silver (or grey), and if you fancy dressing like Wednesday Adams, the goth look is in, and you’ll have no trouble finding gothic dresses.


Silver or grey

Autumn 23 kicks off with a little shimmer. Metallic silver is everywhere and I’m sure gold colours will follow as we head into Christmas. As seen in the pic, if you want to put your best foot forward this season, wear a pair of silver shoes. Pleated skirts, bustier tops (yes, they’re back in) and coated jeans have added all been given a spray down with silver shimmer.

New Autumn Trends You Might Already Own

F&F Clothing featuring Abbey Clancy

Long black coats

Quietly sombre but ever-so-chic a long black jacket in a simple design will get you through the next six months.  Belted coats are fantastic for creating shape and if you don’t fancy heavy wool, opt for a black trench. Wear over a white shirt and jeans for a super clean look, adding your personality through your choice of accessories.


Ballet flats and classic court shoes

Lastly, these options are great for those who are happy to teeter in heels and those who aren’t. Both make a return to the fashion scene this season in easy-to-wear black. These timeless shoes will look good worn with tailored wide-leg trousers, goth dresses, and jeans. On the latter, look out for puddle or flared jeans, which look great with a heel.


Have you ever considered working with a personal shopper to help you get your style mojo back on track?  There’s a great deal of knowledge to gain on what suits you and where to shop.  See my 1-2-1 Personal Shopping page for more information.