Wearable Fashion Trends Autumn 2021


I think this is probably the first Autumn Winter season that I’ve really looked forward to. I’m ready for the change, ready to wrap myself up in beautiful layers and refresh my rail with new shapes. So it’s with great pleasure that I’m sharing today all the most wearable fashion trends for Autumn Winter 2021.

Now traditionally I would have a very neutral rail of clothes in my wardrobe. I find minimal style so timeless and so incredibly easy to mix and match into outfit ideas on a daily basis. But this Autumn Winter one of the biggest trends we’ve been seeing, is dopamine dressing. Either a sprinkle or a whole splash of it depending on which designer you looked to! Perhaps it’s a product of endless lockdowns that designers thought we all needed cheering up a bit and I for one am actually quite excited about this trend. I mean don’t get me wrong, I’m still a neutral shade lover at heart, but a pop of colour here and there? I’m all in!

What to wear this Autumn Winter 2021

Couple bright and beautiful dressing with layers and layers of luxe knitwear, loose (comfy) jeans, puffer jackets just about everywhere and the high low fashion trend taken to the max and you’ve got one heady mix of exciting trends to try out.

And don’t worry if budget is tight, the high street are already hot on the heels from the runway and there’s already a beautiful array of fashion to choose from all different price points. You could pick up this seasons puffer for a a whopping £3000 at Khaite (which is divine but still) or under £100 at Mango. Fashion trends are what you make them, how you style them, a hefty price tag is never necessary.

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If you’re after more Autumn inspiration my recent Lookbook might help https://www.fashionandstyleedit.com/2021/08/pre-fall-outfit-ideas-lookbook.html

Thanks so much for reading/watching I really hope you found this video helpful. Have a great week, Jess x


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