Now the long, hot summer has come to an end, you’re probably saying goodbye to the eastern-inspired shorts and summer dresses. Now Autumn is upon us, it’s time to say hello to the large cashmere jumpers and beautiful trench coats.
Fortunately, the team at Anunita Eastern Inspired Fashions, Surrey are here to provide you with some eastern-inspired winter fashion inspiration.
This autumn the absolute essential wardrobe staple everyone needs are Trench coats. Whether It be a traditional or a statement piece like our Brocade Jacket. Our beautiful Eastern Inspired Brocade Jacket takes fashion inspiration from the timeless piece by keeping the iconic shape but has used unique patterns and beautiful designs to make it completely bespoke.
The 80s is back
Just because it’s cold it doesn’t mean that you have to wear just black. Many designers at London Fashion week had 80’s fashion inspiration, which saw the catwalk full of bold colours and power blazers. We took this trend from the catwalk and created something of our very own! Check out our eastern-inspired silk straight trouser, which could add a pop of colour to your winter wardrobe.
Pretty in pleats
Another must-have this season is pleating. The catwalks at LFW were full of pleated skirts which we can’t help but think of Clueless with the coordinated 90’s silhouettes! If you’re feeling brave and truly want to reflect your very own bespoke style, try a pleated garment in a primary colour. However, if you wish to keep it subtle, try a muted pleat skirt paired with a cosy cashmere sweater!
It’s safe to say that animal prints are back and here to stay. While leopard has been a wardrobe staple for some time now, snakeskin and zebra prints are beginning to dominate the high street. Some outfit inspiration could be pairing zebra print trousers with a black jumper for the perfect day to night outfit.
If you would like to find out more information about our latest Indo West fashion, designs or bespoke orders, get in touch with Anunita Eastern-Inspired Fashion, Surrey today on 079466341105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org!