Get Ready for the Styles of the September Season

The Look of the September Season

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Get Ready for the Styles of the September Season

 

A new season brings with it new fashion trends, which not only we all adapt, but for some reason want to know about first… Maybe so others can copy! Okay, to start off with you will need to invest in a trouser suit. Not only will you look like the boss, but also shimmering… Also, your trouser suit will need sequins. Tones to look out for include all warm colours, so take it easy with the darks. Other fashion clothing trends you need to opt for include a day time look of low heel shoes with a high front and something a bit more skin-tight and over-the knee for the evening. A cute and cropped cardie will beautifully complete the look with some lovely puff sleeves.

If We Can Afford It, We Can Buy It

Okay, so there is a Chanel dress in beaded silk going for £23,330. The shot was styled by Kate Moss. Transparent PVC Trench is also everywhere and worth £1,240. A red velvet dress – ‘Chloe’ is also stealing the limelight at £1,670 and features cut-outs at the neckline with many sparkles for September. For these fashion buys, you will surely need to save up those pennies!

Our Actual Buys

If you are after the bargains, then you will have to wait until the next month, which takes us to October. It is a long wait, but hey ho you will get your fashion items at a price you want. Pop in to Zara for some sock boots in a stunning red. Alternatively, race for the Sherpa Jacket at £110 or a chiffon blouse with floral patterns at £20 in H&M!

Steal the Red Carpet Attention

Something that will have all heads turning at you on the red carpet has to be the sentimental gold necklace worn with a pretty white polo neck beneath a denim jacket or shirt.

Food for the Season

Say good bye to those avocados on toast as they are a no-no for the season. What we have for this season’s timeline includes smoke salmon, prawn shaped ice sculptures with crab claws!

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