Summer fashion may flirty and fun, but many view the cooler autumn temperatures as a chance to get back into their comfy and layered attires. Indeed, fashion has seized to be all about clothing that keeps you warm but more of clothing that includes your favourite classical garments. Think of your favourite sweaters, maternity shapewear and tunics, or the all so popular skinny jeans that everyone is wearing and those vintage boots that you love so much.
But, how often do you change up your autumn wardrobe? Instead of going out into the streets and looking for the latest trends, many people today will opt to shop online. To help improve your chances of getting something nice and avoiding disappointment, we’ve reviewed some popular fashion trends for autumn/winter 2020 and we’ve paid specific attention to trends that address those with curvier figures.
The preppy look will surely be trending this season. But, if a mix of tartans and plains is excessive for you, then how about going with a white shirt with a loose plaid sweater? On a curvy silhouette, this would look amazing especially when clinched at the waist with a nice belt.
Reinvent your trench
Every autumn, the camel trend makes a comeback and we expect nothing different this year. But, rather than go with a structured trend coat, why not opt for a duster-style coat? This full-length loose trench coat looks equally amazing over a white shirt and jeans combo as an all-black look. This trend is perfect for those who are moving towards power dressing especially due to the season. But, the most important thing is that it suits women of both lean and curvy figures.
Coloured leather jackets are set to be the in-thing in the fall season, as are jewel tones. So, if you are planning to get a new leather jacket then don’t go black. Find one in deep green, red or one in burgundy to really stand out from the crowd. A biker style jacket looks amazing on a curvy figure as it stops at the waist and the zipper is off-centred which is also really nice.
Get a flirty Skirt
Pencil and A-line skirts can really hug an hourglass figure. They also look really sleek in the fall season. Pairing a denim pencil skirt with biker boots and thick tights creates a really modern look. For dinner dates, look for an A-line fringed or pleated skirt. Wear a dull coloured top to ensure that all attention goes to the detailing on your flirty skirt.
Invest in a jumpsuit
A one piece jumpsuit is a must have during autumn. You should find this particular piece of clothing in your summer wardrobe as well so transitioning should be easy. Look for dark coloured or denim jumpsuits, and makes sure you check the size before buying. Plus-size fashion is all about the figure – what suits a curvy shape won’t suit a lean or pear-shaped figure.
The chunky boot
You may have everything else covered, but there is still one last thing to address. Those stilettos need to go. Look for some chunky boots to complete your autumn look. We love this practical yet sleek look. You can go with knee-high or ankle boots, based on your mood, likes and preferences.