Transitional Newness…update

This report is looking at the e-tail transitional newness coming from the Highstreet and beyond with some key colours, fashion items, and details that are trending.

Seeing Red?

Head-to-toe red is a popular transitional look across many women’s retailers, especially the key outerwear pieces – here seen at H&M but equally strong in separates and the all-in-ones

Mustard Frills

Mustard continues to up trend and is taking on the femininity detail of the season – the Frill, from tops and dresses to shoes.

Bold & Graphic

From nu-camo looks to sporty stripes and colour-blocking newness in the form of bright pattern is bridging the seasons with an optimistic tone, especially seen in youth brands.

The Shearling & faux fur Aviator and Biker Jacket

Set to be a key item for the Autumn / Fall this jacket is everywhere, setting off the outerwear offering early on, in a variety of colours from traditional black through to neutrals and the newer pink and even baby blue.

Flared and Fabulous

With nods to both the 70s trend and the more Flamenco inspired looks we’ve seen coming through these trousers are trending across lots of the womenswear retailers. Not just seen in jerseys that drape & flare well but also in more structured transitional weight denim, seen here looking strong at Topshop and Zara.

PVC me, baby…

With the punk influence still with us and the irreverent mash-up, bold looks influenced a few seasons ago by Gucci, PVC and patent look pants have been a key statement fashion item. More commercial versions have taken to more commercial, clear printed finishes on leggings.

It’s a Sheer Drop

With multi media and sheer looks still important across categories, this trend of sheers, from laces through to organzas plays with volume in the sleeve in dramatic ways. All strong looks for early Autumn/transition that tick both the feminine box and the volume box.

Embroidery Bouquet

Floral bouquet embroideries from Orient-inspired looks to more folkloric looks are coming through in a big way, particularly in dark or black grounds.

Frills, frills and more frills

If you thought the trend for frills was fading…think again. From denim jackets to sweatshirts and dresses frills and layered frills are still key across womenswear.

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