This week was a real mix of fresh and familiar fashion. In Aus we saw everything from pretty florals to Givenchy style bags, while overseas there was yet more oversized coat love as well as a whole lotta fishnets and sunnies.
For the past month or so they’ve been hanging low, but this week we saw street hemlines heading north. From soft and floaty to structured and A-line, just because summer is over who says we can’t show off our pins?
Practical but en vogue, layers not only look great but add a touch of interest to any outfit. At the mo we’re seeing this kind of detail on dresses as well as sleeves, whether loose and ruched or straight and sheer.
A style with a while lot of patience and a massive dose of staying power, straight waist level hair looks young, fresh and fabulously stylish. But forget messy waves, the look of the moment is straight and sleek.
Florals have been big on the street for a while now, but the look has shifted from bold and brash to pretty and delicate. As well as covering women’s skirts and dresses, we’re also seeing it on men’s shirts and ties.
A big trend on Australian shores recently, this week fishnets were out in force around the globe. As well as the traditional small scale mesh our photographers were also snapping some wider black and white webbing.
Forget stumbling around on stilettos, our friends overseas are currently wearing footwear with a little more weight underneath. From the block to the Cuban to the wedge, practical heels are back and they’re looking edgy.
Still a massive hit with our international fashionistas, the oversized coat just isn’t going away. While there’s plenty of variety, the most popular designs this week were either faux fur or padded doona-esque style.
A big trend we spotted on Aussie streets last week, sunnies are also sitting firm on faces across the world ATM from Russia to London to New York. Popular shapes for either spring or autumn? Mainly ovals, rounds or oversized.
That’s all for our latest summary of trends we’ve spotted. We’ll be back next week fashionistas, with more observations of the trends we’re seeing out there on Aussie and international streets.