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Dress to impress this autumn and winter with Outfit at Greenwich Shopping Park
IT'S getting a bit chillier out, so you'll probably need a coat - that's my advice for what to wear this autumn and winter.
But luckily, the chaps at Outfit - whose newly refurbished store opens at Greenwich Shopping Park opens on October 23 - have given us the low-down on what ladies and gents ought to be wearing this season.
Outfit is a one-stop shop with brands like Burton, Top Man, Topshop, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins, Warehouse and Oasis.
THIS season menswear goes back to the future – again – with retro Americana dominating.
The carefree Rebel look dominates with a generous nod towards the 1950s stateside and a hint of mod, according to the well-dressed chaps at Burton.
Team vintage-inspired jerseywear, denim and soft fabrics – collegiate jersey jacket and sweaters in grey and marl fabrics over denim and plaid shirts.
A tan Harrington jacket with a button-downed collar pale blue shirt provides a more masculine and grown-up alternative.
Men’s fashion this autumn and winter also sees a progression to a more mature, heritage look with the Scholar trend.
This look depends on earthy tones with splashes of duck-egg, deep berry and navy.
Mixed yarns and colour speckled detailing is good on deconstructed and fitted blazers, giving the air of a 1970s campus style king.
Try a colour-block roll neck jumper, a crew neck sweater or a range of cable knit jumpers.
Outerwear is vital – a classic duffle coat or retro navy parka are just the ticket.
WOMENSWEAR this autumn and winter can be broken down to three key looks according Dorothy Perkins; modern and clean-cut daywear, opulent embellished casual and statement eveningwear.
Day style is all about keeping it simple with clean lines and classic shapes – pencil skirts with boxy jackets and bombers or tailored shirts pieces with crisp shirts for a smart look.
Window-pane checks and geometric prints got together while monochrome combines with cobalt, burgundy, and brilliant white for a simple colour palette. Oversized totes or structure bowler bags finish the look.
Cosy knits and winter whites for casualwear. Simple knits have been updated with embellishment and military-style motifs while a-line skirts keep silhouettes lady-like.
The long line biker jacket and fur bomber are this season's outerwear must-haves.
Embracing all things textured is the key to eveningwear – faux furs layered with sequins, lace, jacquard and metalics, for example. Animals print and monochrome combine for a distinctive colour palette.
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