Pre Fall 2015 Trends to look out for

by Adeola Robinson

Take on 2015 with the latest fashion trends of the season

 

 Shoes

loafers

Thigh-high boots are this season’s staple shoes. They come in different variations from flats to chunky heels, leathers, suedes, blacks, blues and browns. Brands like Chloé have vamped the boots up by adding fringes to its details.

Earlier this month at the Chanel show held in Austria Karl Langerfield also showcased an interesting laced up 3 colour toned thigh boot with a beautiful mixture of materials.

Other shoe trends to look out for are loafers and oxfords. They will be predominantly and a fantastic way of pulling off the androgynous look.

 

Jordan Dunn rocks Anthonio Berrardi Thigh high lace up boots to the Vogue festival earlier this year. Photo: batchplease.com

Jordan Dunn rocks Anthonio Berrardi Thigh high lace up boots to the Vogue festival earlier this year. Photo: batchplease.com

 

Tops

Body hugging turtlenecks are key basics you will be surprised your outfits can’t do without.

For the vintage lovers— channel your inner 90’s chic by adding a nice simple necklace to your turtle neck. For a more unique look, just add a boyfriend jacket to complete the look.

You could also pair this look with an oversized knee lenght faux fur coat. These are currently dominating the pre-fall collections.

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Must Have tip:

Colour match a sash belt with your coat!

Also look out for sweatshirts with graphics and appliqué, emerging in dark to black colours. Pair this up with a mini or pencil skirt and tigh high boots and you are ready to go.

 

Colours

Camels continue to be a key colour this season. Other colours to keep an eye for are reds, blues, and greens.

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