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5 Must-Wear Trends We’ll Be Rocking This Season

5 Must-Wear Trends We’ll Be Rocking This Season

Tired of sprightly florals and beachy frocks? Polish up on your wardrobe’s veneer by adding these key trends from Warehouse’s Autumn/Winter 2019 collection. From faux leather elements to utilitarian numbers, get ahead of the style game with five trends:

Utility Chic

Functional fashion is making headlines this season and we can’t get enough of utilitarian silhouettes in the form of boiler suits and bomber jackets. Key outerwear pieces come in shearling—paired with denim for a classic Americana look, while jumpsuits get outfitted with utility details including square pockets and horned buttons. Don’t miss the camo print jumpers for a comfy take on this trend.

Pleather Everything

Elevate your wardrobe with touch-worthy materials this AW19 season by way of faux leather. A mainstay in this collection, pleather is embodied in boiler suits (for a retro-luxe feel) alongside belted skirts and high-waisted trousers—versatile enough for the workplace and beyond.

Autumnal Florals

Florals undergo a darker, bolder aesthetic and Warehouse is giving us ideas on rocking a typically summer print staple for the AW19 season. Pair a paisley floral top with olive faux leather pants for a ‘70s-ready sentiment, or opt for daisy midi dress with shin-high boots to turn heads.

Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Unleash your animal spirit with a plethora of animal prints. This perennial classic is a wardrobe essential for good reason: making a statement is easy breezy with animal prints of any sort. We’re talking feather print midi dresses and leopard print shirt dresses (tip: style it with a belt bag for an #OOTD-ready look).

Dainty Dots

Polka dots are our go-to when it comes to making an outfit look put-together with minimal effort. This season, style polka dot pussybow blouses with a faux croc mini skirt or head down the retro route with a puffy-sleeved midi dress (add on a waist-cinching belt and you’re good to go).

Warehouse Autumn/Winter 2019 collection is available in-stores.