Autumn/Winter 2021 Trends


Autumn/Winter 2021 Trends

As you know the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the global economy including the fashion industry and consumer behaviour. 
In 2020, all physical fashion shows were canceled and designers had to take the digital approach to reveal their latest collections online. 

As consumers, our behaviour changed during lockdown. Whilst in quarantine, we all simultaneously decided to only wear loungewear and activewear every day, as the majority of us were working from home and we weren't seeing anyone outside of the house, so we obviously chose comfort over dressing up.
Even though we are still living through the pandemic, slowly but surely things are improving and life is going back to normal. With post-pandemic in mind, fashion designers used that as inspiration to design their Autumn/Winter 2021 collections - wanting it to reflect how we, the consumer would be feeling and knowing that we would all be eager to dress up again, live life to the fullest, and want to look our very best, once everywhere is open and we can socialise again. 

So, what does the fashion world have in store for us this Autumn/Winter, and which key trends should you be aware of? 

This season, vibrant pop colors are the new black. Expect to see sparkling sequins and metallic materials, statement puffer jackets (of course), mega knits, chunky boots, micro mini skirts, catsuits, long faux fur jackets, cut-outs, YTK nostalgic wear, tartan, asymmetrical prints, and much more!

Get your checklist at the ready, here are the top Autumn/Winter 2021 trends...


1. Knitwear Galore






2. Jazz it up in sequins & metallics







3. A pop of colour




4. Statement Puffer 




5. Minuscule Mini



6. All suited up




7. Cut it out



8. Logo & Print Mania




9. Get furry but make sure it's faux




10. Tartan it up



11. Throw it back to the year 2000 - YTK



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