Thursday, 19 May 2016

High End to High Street: where to get the Fall '16 runway trends

Want style from the catwalk without breaking the bank? Here are some affordable ways you can get the latest trends from the runway into your wardrobe by just hitting the high street. The latest runways have seen some newly discovered trends such as 'Man meets Machine' and 'Interior Motives' and also has been the stage for some past trends to make a reappearance. At the forefront of shows there has been a strong menswear inspiration, some velvet details and lots and lots of capes! So scroll down to see some of these latest styles available from high street stores so that you too can be at the height of this season's trends. 


Valentino / Baja East

ASOS £24 / boohoo £6

This flowy black ASOS dress gives subtle hints to the velvet trend without being too apparent. If you want to be a bit more adventurous, check out for this floral shift dress which encompasses the velvet trend perfectly.  


Gucci / Max Mara

ASOS £50 / H&M £29.99

Both of these blazers incorporate the sharp tailoring that we see from the menswear trend in the Fall '16 shows. Although, not the most affordable jackets on the high street, these will become staples in your wardrobe that you can wear time and time again. Blazers are not just interview-friendly, but can make for a more casual look paired with some jeans and ankle boots. 

Street Style

Louis Vuitton / Alexander Wang

ASOS £50 / ASOS £17.99

This jacket from ASOS's Vans collection, I absolutely love! The pattern and vibrant colours can seem a bit intimidating, but paired with simple black jeans and black Vans, this look can really capture street style at its best. These leggings, also from ASOS, are a much more subtle way to nod to the street style trend. The mesh cutouts are perfect for giving a simple pair of leggings an edge. 


Misoni / Tommy Hilfiger

Topshop £49 / ASOS £12

This Topshop dress is so unique, I'm obsessed! White is also another trend that we are seeing a lot of lately, and the lace makes it a super chic outfit for an event or party. The cape is attached to the dress, which is great as you don't have to worry about it falling off all night. Absolutely stunning, definitely check it out. If you want a more subtle way to style the cape trend, have a look at ASOS. They have a few different versions of this cute festival mini cape that can be a perfect way to accessorize a typical tshirt and shorts combo. They also have a gorgeous multicoloured sequin mini cape that you should also take a look at. 

Seda x


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