Autumn/Winter Fashion Trends

This season we are expecting to start phasing out Y2K trends, and some more classic trends are on the horizon!

Capsule Wardrobes

Maybe we are all feeling a bit of decision fatigue, or maybe your style has completely changed since pre-pandemic. Either way, capsule wardrobes are a great way for you to mix up your look without spending a fortune. The basic idea of a capsule wardrobe is that everything matches with everything. While typically we see that as a lot of neutrals, use the clothes that you already own and love as a guide. If you never wear black, there is no need for a black blazer.


Speaking of black blazers, it seems we are all still under fashion icon Matilda Djerf’s spell, as suiting continues to be a major trend. Perfect for the fashion minimalist or maximalist. We’ve seen tailored trousers and waistcoats blow up in all fabrics, from more traditional suits to linen suits for a California business look. The best part is that a three-piece suit can be broken up into hundreds of outfit combinations. But the easiest way to dip your toes in is to invest in one piece and build from there.

Maxi Length

Despite all the Y2K minis that we have seen everywhere, this A/W season, maxis will be back. But instead of the long flowing bohemian maxis of past seasons, we will be seeing silk, satin and even denim skirts that fit closer to the body, hitting the floor. Although the length is longer, we still want to show off curves!

Country Club Chic

Tweed, boucle and classic plaids are on endless display this season. Luxurious fabrics and classic design, elevate your elegant look. Investing in capsule wardrobe staples or suiting in these timeless cuts will not only be on trend this season but will transcend seasons. And with the increase in popularity of tennis-core and golf-core outfits, we are certain that country club chic is here to stay. For the Gold Coast, try incorporating oversized striped shirts, a classic straight-leg jean and some loafers for the perfect “off-duty” look.

Double Denim

Whilst some may shudder at the thought of a “Canadian tuxedo” and bring on flashbacks of baggy denim with neon accessories and big hair, the key to this look is all in the styling. The key to pulling off double denim is the cut. Treat your denim as you would tailoring and ensure you have balanced proportions. An easy shortcut to get a similar look without having to worry about matching your washes is to invest in a denim jumpsuit. Pair with a big tote and white sneakers for errands, or take to night by adding a bold lip and some gold accessories.

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