There’s nothing better than throwing on a two-piece, bold, shoulder-padded suit to make you feel great. Walking the streets feeling fabulous wearing a strong, structured jacket, with an even stronger character to match will never go out of fashion in my eyes. There are rails and rails of blazers available at op shops. I’m a firm believer that you should dress how you want to make yourself feel.
Left to Right: David Koma, Escada, David Koma, Roksanda
2. Down to Earth
From bright bold tie-dye to earthy nudes. You can have a whole outfit in these neutral colours if you switch up the textures and tones in your look. You’ll instantly look like you’ve just come from the runway.
Left to Right: Eytys, Salvatore Ferragamo, Acne Studios, Alexander Wang
4. Feathers and Fringing
We are seeing many feathers take flight on the runway this season along with some ever so prominent fringing.Though seen in the high fashion houses it’s not uncommon to find fringed garments in your local high street.But feathering can also be an easy accessory to make any outfit pop.
Left to Right: Givenchy, Kenzo, Marc Jacobs, Gucci
2. Tie-Dye, Don’t Cry!
The ’70s bombshell is making a return. We saw Prada mix the bold pinwheel effect with a flawlessly tailored blazer. Something none of us saw coming. We’re not telling you to go all out rainbow but even a coloured acid wash effect is big news this season.