Vicky Booker Autumn/Winter '21 Style Update
I’m delighted to be writing this guest blog for Rosie Rose. This is one of my favourite seasons and not just for the fashions. I love nothing more than going for a long, muddy dog walk that ends at a cosy South Downs pub in front of the fire. Bliss.
Fashion wise, Autumn/Winter 2020 didn’t really get off the ground as we all reached for our cosy lounge wear to see out lockdown. But fashion is BACK this year and it’s wonderfully bold, bright, brave and very in touch with nature.
This blog features some highlights that I hope will help you resurrect some of your own wardrobe pieces and give you some ideas to refresh your style.
Crayola Brights are big this Autumn / Winter. After being locked down in our cosy casuals last winter, vibrant, bold, mood-boosting brights are everywhere this season and I love Rosie Rose’s take on this trend with their wonderfully cosy oversized star knits.
Various shades of green are also featuring strongly this season maybe because designers are looking to the Great Outdoors after being cooped up for so long.
Rosie Rose is brilliant at arranging its fashion pieces by colour so if green is a colour you’d like to discover this season there are plenty of styles to choose from.
The unifying fashion trend every Autumn is knitwear. This season’s chunky jumpers and cardigans are all about that oversized, voluminous style.
If neon pinks or pretty pastels aren’t your style, Rosie Rose has a wonderful collection of calming earthy tones in their range. You really can’t go wrong with a quality, oversized cosy knit and it will be a wardrobe wonder you wear again and again.
If you’re looking to create a more refined, elegant shape I recommend trying a longer line, fine knit. Rosie Rose has a great selection of fine knit tunics and a few one-off jumper dresses which are making a comeback this season. Wear them with skinny jeans, leggings or tights, flats, heels or long boots. The choice is yours.
Autumn Animal Prints
It’s no secret I’m a huge lover of animal print and this season the prints are bolder than ever. But you you don’t need to wear head to toe animal to embrace this trend.
Rosie Rose, for example, has some wonderful mixed print tunics which include a hint of animal within the overall pattern. Scarves and belts are also a great way to introduce this print into your wardrobe without stepping out of your comfort zone.
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