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AW22 Fashion & Style trends

As much as we love summer we have to confess that we adore the month of cozy throws, comfy sweaters and the smell of cinnamon in our Lattes.

Glamville Magazine is putting together a small collection of moodboards for our readers from around the globe with a few words about AW22 trends in fashion , style and accessorising.


Dive into the Glamville's sea of inspiration and build your wardrobe or decorate your outfit by following the latest trends.

 

Colour Blocking

Contrasting hues are no longer considered a fashion no-no; colour blocking is back in a big way this season. These clothing are loud, flamboyant, and not for the timid. If you want to add a cool twist, try blending cool tones like green and blue with warm shades like orange and pink. While a duo-chrome ensemble is the most common option, adding a third or fourth hue to the mix gives the overall aesthetic intricacy and an extra boost. Try a bright hat, bag, or pair of shoes for a splash of colour instead of adding colours to the clothing.

Black Cut Out

These cut-out tops are a great addition to any wardrobe this year as one of the most daring trends of the season. This clothes can be combined with a variety of other items to create intriguing ensembles in any season, whether it be summer or winter. Try wearing it with a suit; it's the ideal outfit for running about the city or the office. The contrast between the precise tailoring and the strappy, abstract shirt makes for the ideal counterpoint for a transitional season. Finding something with long or asymmetrical sleeves can keep you warm when the temperature drops and makes for excellent layering. This off-duty model appearance is well-liked by fashion enthusiasts all around the world and is appropriate for both a night out and a daytime event.



Corsets and Corset Belts


Although the corset belt trend is not new, it frequently returns every few seasons. This waist-cinching piece goes nicely with a variety of outfits, and this year knits, crops, and separates are popular combinations. Designers like Loewe create some of the most well-liked looks, emphasising the hourglass figure with a peplum that extends from the waist. In the fashion world, burlesque looks are also popular and are frequently worn with t-shirts, roll-necks, and dresses. You can forgo wearing additional accessories like necklaces and earrings when your ensemble includes such a striking piece.

Cowboy girl and Cowgirl Hats


It makes sense that cowboy hats will follow the trend started by cowboy boots. When colour blocking or enhancing a straightforward ensemble on a day out with your buddies, this versatile item looks wonderful. It can give some more complexity to an ensemble without looking overdone if worn with a suit of a similar colour. It has become a staple for admirers of Gucci's style since it is slightly campy but absolutely trendy. Mix it up with big blazers, leather coats, and fitted shirts. A beautiful and Instagram-worthy outfit will result from the slightly manly edge and look fantastic on your Instagram grid.



Fringe


Fringe elements are a great way to add texture and movement to your regular clothing. Frayed coats, blouses, and skirts are available, but this season, choosing a co-ord that moves with you while you walk is a popular option. The other trends on this list, such colour blocking or wearing green everywhere, go well with this fashion essential. When the temperature drops, pair a camel coat with a turtleneck and jeans, or go for a sweater, a fringed skirt, and boots for the ideal fall look. This design is appropriate for all four seasons of the year and photographs beautifully due to its excellent mobility.


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