Women’s top 5 trends for autumn/winter 2014


Autumn/winter 2014 trends are bound to accommodate everyone, such is the variety of “in” designs. Bold colours and prints add versatility to the usual monotonous colour palette of past winters.





















This soft pink hue is popular for the cold season. That is unexpected, and adds a sense of whimsy to your wardrobe. Leather high-gloss finishes and soft fuzzy wools are the popular materials showcasing this colour. Blush goes with any skin tone and can be paired with almost any colour palette.






















A strong trend that is likely to outlive just winter this year is the sportswear trend. This trend has translated from being only workout-wear to fashionable with bright colours, patterns and bold silhouettes. Textiles such as neoprene and leather and denim are popular for this trend and are easy to wear and incorporate into your everyday wardrobe.


Graphic monochrome




















Graphic monochrome is currently the most prominent trend in stores and is sure to continue throughout the rest of the year. This trend is bold and flattering on everyone. Head-to-toe black and white is statement-making and effortless. Whether it is apparent in some sort of stripe or pattern it is the perfect colour palette for day or night.


Prints on prints on prints!

















Head-to-toe prints are popular for autumn/winter 2014. Continuous prints are evident in suits to make bold statements. This trend is prominent everywhere, whether the suit consists of a single print or clashing prints . The garments range from blazers, wide-legged pants, blouses to skirts of any length. Prints in any form are great to spruce up your look this winter and with clashing prints trending it is easy to mix and match almost any items.


The church




















This trend is evidenced with Baroque prints, metallic textiles, specifically in gold and silver, and an opulent aesthetic. The styling is architecturally strong and geometric – this trend translates perfectly into winter items such as: coats, pants and blazers, as they are structurally very rigid.