The outlook for next season shows ‘new and shiny’ trends including the colour red, modern florals, futuristic details and old school glamour and who better to lead the way on how to perfect our looks than Roland Mouret’s roster of ‘A-list’ fans.
The likes of Elizabeth Olsen, Amanda Seyfried and Zoe Saldana have all kick started the upcoming season off by wearing Roland Mouret’s hero pre-fall and autumn/winter pieces, offering inspiration on just how you can put together your own autumn wardrobe.
‘Grown Up’ Reds
Usually seen as a more risqué colour, autumn/winter will bring a new and more refined take on the crimson hue as Jessica Biel flawlessly embodies in the Sawleigh Dress.
Assertively the colour of the season, you can either opt for one hero separate or go bold by wearing the colour from head-to-toe in clashing tones.
If you look through the autumn/winter catwalk shows, you’ll notice one pattern in particular and that is the ode to the future. Embellished torsos, shimmery lurex and all-around gleaming pieces are just a few ways you’ll be able to pay homage to the ages that lay ahead. Opting for the glossy Pewter coloured Meadley Top and Haxby Skirt co-ord, Zoe Saldana goes for a more daring look but remember a co-ord also gives you the option of wearing just the one piece at once.
Reminiscent of the old Hollywood glamour, next season will give you the escapism from modern life you are looking for, allowing you to go back in time and channel the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Rita Hayworth and Elizabeth Taylor. Amanda Seyfried does just that by wearing a the Allerston floor-length Satin dress.
Most would agree that florals are the trend that just keeps on giving – they are not just for the warmer seasons, they are year-round. Having undergone a revamp for Autumn/Winter, it’s time to put down the pastel tones and go for the contrasting florals on monochrome ‘backdrops’. Sister to stylish duo Olsen twins Elizabeth, nails to trends in one go by wearing Roland Mouret’s Oakham dress. Get a similar look with the Colburn Jumpsuit.