The last few weeks have certainly lived up to the title ‘The Long Hot Summer’, but over the past few days, we have certainly seen signs that Autumn is waiting, just around the corner. The nights are already starting to draw in, just a little, whilst there have been a few chillier days that have called for a jacket or at the very least a cardigan.
Autumn means many things. It means a look towards Halloween, and then Christmas. It means the start of a new school term. And it also means one of the most important months in the fashion calendar has arrived. I mean of course, September, the month of ‘The September Issue’ and when we see the new collections start to hit the stores and online shops.
Wholesale Men’s and Women’s Clothing retailer J5Fashion are already looking towards the new season, and what the new trends will be. The Wholesale clothing brand have to be at the forefront of the trends in both men’s and women’s wholesale clothing, and their new ranges are a key indicator of what we will be wearing in the new season.
J5Fashion Trends For Autumn
Animal print is very much considered a neutral now, and is worn all year around, but I still think it works best in Autumn and Winter. The Victorian animal print dress is just gorgeous, needs very little adornment, just add a pair of opaque tights and a simple back envelope clutch bag to complete the look, or toughen it up with Doc Martens and a chunky scarf when the weather turns colder.
Come On Vogue
2021 will see the 125th birthday of UK Vogue, and so in honour of that, there are a whole series of styles that seem to celebrate the iconic magazine. I love this sweatshirt dress that could be worn with trainers, or layered over a pair of skinny jeans for a cool, layered look.
Bring back the 1970’s
It was once considered the decade that style forgot, but now it seems we take a lot of our fashion queues from the 1970’s. The ‘neck shirred waist mini dress’ takes lots of style pointers from the 70’s, with a tie neckline and the ruched elasticated waistband. Also, look at that fabulous brown shade – it just need some stacked platform heels for a really cool look.
But not just the 70’s…is that Alaia…
The gorgeous, skintight dresses that graced Vogue and Harpers Bazaar in the 1980’s, as well as being worn by all those leggy supermodels were designed by Azzedine Alaia. It seems like the look is back for 2020 in the form of the (very) little black dress. Very unforgiving but extremely sexy. Pair it with some 1980’s original diamante paste jewels for a sleek party look.
All the looks featured are available from the wholesale clothing providers J5Fashion, you can see more by clicking here.