Knits are a must in your autumn collection this year, similarly to last year and next year, and probs years to come. Tbh, knitwear is a staple in your wardrobe and we’re so here for it.
When focusing on the designers Louis Vuitton, Molly Goddard and Chanel focused their attention on knits and pulled their looks off purrrrfectly.
Simple patterns in colours such as caramels, outmeals, creams and browns are definitely a vibe this autumn.
Mega knits are also a huge yes this autumn! Think maxi length, sweater dresses, layering and chunky scarves. It’s giving … effortlessly chic!
We’ve also seen striped knit jumpers doing the rounds all over TikTok for a predicted fashion trend for autumn/winter 2022. Come on, we all own a striped jumper, whip them out cos’ this piece is back in fashion baby.
Knitted Dresses Collection
2. Puffer Jacket
n this instance, the bigger the puffer coats, the better *EEEEEK*.
Sorry, but name something better than wrapping up in a warm puffer jacket in the winter months? ‘Cos we sure can’t.
The fashion industry has always loved a big coat, the shape has been on trend for years so it’s guaranteed to not go out of style this autumn/winter 22.
Honestly, now all we’re dreaming about is getting to Winter Wonderland in our huge coats and having a Baileys hot choccy…what’s not to love?!
3.Oversized BlazerIf you want to switch up your style, then oversized blazers and suits are the perfect outfits to try for autumn/winter 2022! The hashtag #Blazeroversized currently has 3.4m views so we’re sure this predicted trend is gonna be one to add to your wardrobe.
A blazer really brings any outfit together whether it’s skirt and tights, leather pants or jeans. If you want to look put together but you also don’t feel like spending time planning an outfit, then a blazer is the BEST way to really polish off your fit.
Designers like Tom Ford, Alberta Ferretti and Michael Kors all focused on blazers for their autumn/winter 2022 collections.
When it comes to a tailored two-piece with an oversized blazer and pants, some of us run away from the idea of wearing such a shapeless piece but, they can make you look relaxed and powerful.
Which we saw with Emma D’Arcy, where they wore a black oversized suit to the House of the Dragon premiere.