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Styles Autumn/Winter 2017 from our Style Guide Favourites

 Styles Autumn/Winter 2017

Every year we see new trends come and go on catwalks around the world; some we love and some we’re not too sure on. Autumn/winter 2017 is set to be a great year for fashion trends if recent international fashion weeks are anything to go by. From Milan to Paris and New York to Berlin, fabulous styles and gorgeous looks were on show as models strutted their stuff.

Styles Autumn/Winter 2017

We have gathered some of our favourite styles for autumn winter 2017 to show you what is on trend in terms of colour and style, and what we’re looking forward to seeing more of.

The Best Autumn/Winter 2017 Styles and Trends

Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Elie Saab RTW Fall 2017- Styles Autumn Winter 2017

This look is all about dark fabrics and lots of lace. The sheer material of the outfit works well to create a light and floaty feel, but it still stays true to the gothic style. Gothic trends such as lace, high necks and stockings are going to be big in autumn/winter 2017 as they work well for both casual and smart looks. Plus, this outfit incorporates two styles that have been popular throughout 2016 and 2017; cold shoulders and a high neck.

Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Elie Saab Ready to Wear Fall 2017 Paris Fashion Week

We love the way this style uses a very androgynous, tailored suit and teams it with a very feminine skirt. This creates a great contrast and really helps the style to stand out. A masculine and feminine contrast has been popular in other years and it’s set to make a big comeback.

 Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Bottega Veneta Pre Fall 2017-Styles Autumn Winter 2017

When it comes to a floaty and feminine outfit, this Bottega Veneta style really nails it and shows that a great tailored outfit doesn’t need to be a suit or a structured dress. Instead, this outfit is comfortable and practical but also manages to grab attention.

 Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Alberta Ferretti Fall 2017 Milan Fashion Week Collection

This sheer number is a great autumn/winter 2017 style and is worth keeping an eye on. Alberta Ferretti has created an elegant and glamorous dress out of a sheer and somewhat revealing fabric, which puts a chic spin on a classic look.

 Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Alberta Ferretti Fall 2017 Milan Fashion Week

If bright colours are more your thing then you are sure to love this Alberta Ferretti dress showcased at Milan Fashion Week. There is a whimsical vibe thanks to the light and airy fabric, which makes it perfect for autumnal evenings.

 Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Mary Katranzou Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Autumn and winter seasons don’t need to be all about dark colours as this Mary Katrantzou style shows. The bold and bright colours, along with the 3D detailing, works well to create a dress that will really stand out from the crowd.

Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Maisonnoecc Fall 2017 Ready to Wear Berlin Fashion Week

If dark and understated styles are your favourite, you’ll love this look. With a high neck, long sleeves and black tights this look could blend together and appear shapeless, but with the wide sleeves and bold belted section this is avoided and it really makes a statement.

Styles Autumn/Winter 2017
Nanette Lepore Fall 2017 New York Fashion Week

This style is a real throwback to decades past with delicate bell bottom sleeves and scallop edges. It’s a great style for work, nights out and even romantic dinners as it can be dressed up or down for a range of occasions. The dusky lilac colour of the blouse stands out well against the dark fabric of the trousers, and this bold block of colour will be seen throughout autumn/winter 2017.

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