The MirrorMePR team never stray too far from their fashion roots and with London Fashion Week showcasing future trends, the MirrorMePR team pick out the hottest trends for autumn and celebrate our client’s great style in our latest blog…
As far as we are concerned tweed was never OUT of fashion (We salute Vivienne Westwood) but this autumn it is certainly back in style in a big way, and we love the way it’s being re-worked with florals, tartan, and leather. Sharp tailoring and details are key for this trend, and we are in love with the new Timothy Foxx Trinity Jacket which ticks these boxes beautifully.
British equestrian overtones were seen all over the catwalk and with long leather riding style boots worn with tailored equestrian jackets, crisp tailored ruffle shirts, and silk scarves, we know the perfect accessory to compliment this look is our client, BHOID’s beautiful silk scarves. Inspired by the countryside and luxury. Add colour and instantly update any outfit with this stunning Ettrick Scarf.
Wrap up warm this winter. We are super excited that quilting is back on trend (Just because we are always out on location in the elements) we just love this gorgeous new quilted coat from Equetech . We love the designer details on this jacket including the equestrian inspired zip pulls, faux fur trim hood, and high collar.
Big and bold is the story for jewellery and earrings need to echo this story. We adore these Sylvia Kerr Jewellery Blenheim Earrings Beautifully simple in their design and a classic we will want to wear for years to come.
Red is THE colour for winter, and we adore the options from The Spanish Boot Company. Easy to wear and a great way to add a pop of bright colour to your winter wardrobe, we need these! We are also lusting after these Paragon Equestrian Red Faux Fur Pom Poms , which you can add to your own riding hat silk. We’re also tempted to buy more, get creative and update a wool wrap or scarf during those long dark winter nights
For more style inspiration, check out our Dressing To Impress Blog