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From the runway: Key Fall/Winter 2023/24 trends to try

A quick review of the biggest trends that will dominate the current season

Prepare for a wardrobe rehaul! Fall/Winter 2023/24 has brought back some of our favourite trends of the last decade and highlighted a few new ones we can't wait to try. We combed the runways to find that our favourite brands are championing all that is refined and sophisticated, without being too rigid – staying true to the spirit of the times. Everyday pieces now sport a chic approach, particularly with evening wear, while the colour palette has evolved – and it all looks very promising. So here's our quick recap of what everyone will be wearing this season and how they'll wear the best finds.

Everything all red

The undisputed colour of Fall 2023/24, red is the season's most popular hue. A departure from the traditionally muted colours of the season, the shade is bold and bewitching. Go all red from hats to flats (or heels) to make a statement!

Structured shoulders

Power dressing gets a whole new meaning and this time, it's not just for the office. Bringing the emphasis back to the shoulders, accentuating the face and neckline, structured silhouettes are seen not only in jackets but also in dresses and tops.

Denim on denim

Here's how all the stylish men and women are wearing their jeans this fall – doubling up on those denims. Worn as a total look, it works best when you choose visually similar shades of denim for the top and bottom, instead of complete contrasts.

Mad for plaid

Tidy checks are always a smart move come winter. Putting a spin on this classic favourite for the season, brands are experimenting with bolder checks and unique colour combinations.

Polka dots and a twist

With polka dots taking us back to the '50s, our favourite brands are reworking the print to keep things current. Mini, maxi, sparse, dense and sheer styles were seen on the runway, while some brands are taking a different route, with delicate, embroidered and 3D dotted prints (some even designed to resemble a popping bouquet).

Cheerful pastel

Want to carry a piece of summer into the new season? Why not? Our favourite brands are doing it. Add a bright and cheerful twist to your conventional fall and winter colour palette with pastels.


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