Autumn fashion weeks in the winter for 2019 have already been decided thanks to the catwalks in New York, Paris, Milan and London Fashion Week. So if you want to avoid the rush of this year Which perfect beige leather trench coat, or the flattering suit that fits everyone, and stay ahead in the coming season, this is what you need to know. Of the colors you need in your wardrobe for next & & # 39; it & # 39; print, here are all the fall trends that we will be wearing in 2019.
Suits are more than just a desolate office option next season; they are a whole fashion statement. Designers such as Acne and Lemaire showed gray, structured options, while Erdem went completely green and Hugo Boss retained the color of the season: beige. In short, as long as it matches, you can make it work.
Shoulder blocks are back, honey! Or, say, shoulder finish. Everyone from Prabal Gurung to Alexander McQueen and Giambattista Valli showed clear shoulders. If you want to dip your toes in the trend, adjust tailored blazers and combine with wide legs, or look for dresses with swollen, romantic shoulders.
Buy the shoulder detail trend
BUY NOW Blouse with puffed sleeves, £ 182, Lisa Marie Fernandez @ MatchesBUY NOW Blouse with square neck, £ 34, ASOSBUY NOW Jacquard mini dress, £ 300, Rotate Birger Christensen @ Net-a-Porter
Forget everything you ever thought beige would be boring; this neutral color palette is the only one to be seen this fall. The best to wear in multiple shades of hue, loose dressmaking is the way forward. Take the lead with designers such as Valentino, Burberry, Chloe and Fendi and buy pieces that you can glue when the weather gets colder.
Buy the beige trend now
BUY NOW Knitted hat, £ 41.98, ZaraBUY NOW Ribbed hat, £ 79, ArketBUY NOW Herringbone wrap jacket, £ 100, M & S
If you only buy one accessory for next season, make it into a statement bag. Whether that is a very small bag, as shown at Jacquemus, or an extra large bag such as that of Jil Sander, Rejina Pyo and Off-White, it would be worthwhile to start a conversation. Oh, and a neutral color palette works best.
Buy the trend of the bag with handbags now
BUY NOW Mini-boxy bag, £ 22, TopshopBUY NOW Raffia bag, £ 550, Loewe @ Net-a-PorterBUY NOW Leather belt bag, £ 460, Wandler @ MyTheresa
Next season, leather comes in all forms; from a classic motorcycle jacket, to trousers and even dresses. Moreover, there are numerous vegan options. To really keep the trend, look for colored pieces and combine them with knitwear and excellent accessories such as Tod & # 39; s, Roberto Cavalli and Eudon Choi.
Buy the learning trend
BUY NOW Leather look jacket, £ 50, ASOSBUY NOW Leather skirt, £ 225, ArketBUY NOW Vegan leather trench coat, £ 700, Nanushka
Forget skinny jeans – next season we will all wear the baggiest pants that we can pack. The good news is that this style is flattering to most people and so easy to wear; just put a nice blouse on the work or put a sweater on the floor. Heels will make your legs longer, but trainers also look cool.
Buy the wide pants trend
BUY NOW High-rise chinos, £ 21.99, GapBUY NOW Stripe pants, £ 69, and other stories BUY NOW Dogtooth pants £ 15, PrettyLittleThing
Whether you pack the entire Black Swan or simply opt for an accessory, there is no denying that there will be an element of feathers in your wardrobe next season. Immerse your toes in the trend (literally) with a pair of shoes, or go all out in the fall / winter with a colorful feather coat.
Buy the spring trend
BUY NOW Dress, £ 75, ASOSBUY NU Mules, £ 409, Gianvito RossiBUY NU Feather decorated tote bag, £ 160, Staud
Prim and correct
Next season's hemlines will be slightly longer, the neckline slightly higher and the dresses more corrugated and kicked. Think country weekend meets romantic black tie: actually, if it has a pussy bow neckline, tweed material or fluffy tulle, you can make it work.
Buy the prim and right trend
BUY NOW Houndstooth blazer, £ 129, & Other Stories BUY NOW Blouse, £ 39.99, ZaraBUY NOW Maxi Dress, £ 350, Needle & Thread
It may not be possible to get a dark heel, as shown in Saint Laurent, but even the most dedicated monochrome commode can add some color to their appearance with a pair of bright fields of shoes. Victoria Beckham showed us everything how to wear them, and pants or black tights are the way forward.
Buy the trend of light shoes
BUY NOW Yellow shoes, £ 17.99, new lookBUY NOW Orange shoes, £ 25, ASOS