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Emily Beeson
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With so many gorgeous pieces dropping with the onset of each new season it can be tricky trying to figure out which pieces are worth investing in. Cue the rise of the designer rental market. Brands like Rent The Runway make it easy to rock the latest IT-bag or designer dress for a fraction of the cost.


So whether you've a one-off occasion coming up or you want to try out every fall trend without splurging, here are the pieces you might want to consider renting instead of making a full investment in this season...

A party dress 

Sequins and statement prints are going to be huge this fall, but realistically, how much wear are you going to get out of an embellished party dress? Save your money for staple pieces and try out the trend without the commitment.

A statement coat

While it’s always worth investing in a classic coat – think camel, black and navy – this season’s statement styles may not be still be so cool in a couple of years. Tartan, houndstooth and bright colors are all key looks for fall, so grab them now.

A bold bag

Logo prints and neon hues are big on the street style scene, but they don’t exactly scream timeless. If you’re still not sure if it’s worth splashing the cash on this season’s bold bag trends, play it safe and rent one instead.

A printed jacket 

Probably the easiest way to refresh your wardrobe, a printed jacket will make your go-to jeans and sweater feel completely new. Animal prints and military styles are the ones to look out for right now.  

Retro sunglasses

Sunglasses aren’t just for summer – they’re the easiest way to work this season’s retro trend, and they’ll look so good with a faux-fur coat. Look for an oversized cat-eye pair in a bright color or tortoiseshell print. 

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So, you’ve got the ready-to-wear trends down for the new season – now it’s time to brush up on the best beauty looks from the FW18 runways. Here’s what was hot and how to rock it this season...


Electric eyes 

Neon hues are huge this fall, but it wasn’t just the clothes that were bright on the FW runways. The models at Prada and Marni wore electric eyeshadow, while at Dries Van Noten neon lashes reigned. Try accenting your usual black liner with a bold color in the inner corner of your eyes, or give your lashes a swipe of blue mascara.

Brushed brows

Another season, another brow trend. This time, make up artists kept them natural and feathery. All you need to nail the trend is a tinted brow gel –  or keep it clear if you’re blessed with full brows – and softly brush the hair upwards.

Retro lashes

Valentino and Givenchy embraced ‘60s-inspired beauty, coating models’ eyelashes in plenty of mascara for a retro feel. The trick to keeping this trend modern is to leave the rest of your face as natural as possible – think dewy skin and a just a dab of lip balm.

Punk liner

The runways were awash with rebellious clothes, and there was plenty of make up to match. Max Mara opted for a glam-punk look, with Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber sporting dramatic smoky eyes in the show. Don’t worry about getting it perfect – the smudgier, the better.

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Alya Barutoğlu
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Slip dresses have had a very flashy upgrade. Yes it is Autumn, yes the weather is cold… I know! But quite frankly, fashion doesn’t care. This season, unlike the others, fashion is using bold colours and light fabrics for winter! I don’t know why but I’m slowly liking it. If you’re a bold statement maker kind of gal, you will love this neon satin dress trend. Half from the nineties, half from the eighties this trend is a perfect duo of the decades. Imagine your eighties neon tracksuits in a nineties slip dress. Yep! That’s the style. Your party style is ready miladies! #trend #neon #slipdress #dress #satin #silk #fashion #streetstyle #style

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Now that September's here and New York Fashion Week has graced us once again, it’s time to reflect on the trends we saw on the runways and get excited about wearing them in real life. Here’s our round-up of the top ten trends we loved at NYFW and the ones you'll be seeing everywhere...  


Animal print  

Already spotted on our favorite street style stars, animal prints ruled the New York runways. Tom Ford’s came in every shape and color you could imagine, but classic leopard patterns still dominate – see Victoria Beckham’s timeless coats.  

Western boots

From slouchy over-the-knee shapes to classic cowboy styles, plenty of Western boots were worn on the runway this season. Whichever you choose, show them off with cropped denim or maximalist dresses.  

Checks  

They may be nothing new, but checks are about to have a major moment. Michael Kors and Calvin Klein 205W39NYC both showed punk-inspired tartan coats – we’ll be wearing them with denim and chunky boots.   

Logomania

Logo prints have ruled the street style circuit for several seasons now, and they’re not going anywhere – Alexander Wang’s embellished tracksuits and Tom Ford’s sequined sweatshirts are proof if proof were ever needed.   

Neon 

Already championed by Kim Kardashian, neon brights popped up everywhere. We loved Calvin Klein’s industrial-style jackets and Tibi’s fluorescent sweaters teamed with low-key camel tailoring.    

‘70s brown 

Coach and Self-Portrait both showed plenty of ‘70s-inspired brown hues, proving the trend has serious staying power. Try a belted coat or midi dress for a timeless feel.   

Colorful suiting

Navy and black will no longer do – suits this season came in every color possible. From candy pinks to pastel blues, any shade goes as long as you’re wearing it from head to toe.   

‘80s maximalism

Tom Ford proved the ‘80s are here to stay for another season with purple leopard-print leggings, sequins and shoulder pads.    

Modern sports 

Sportswear is now a staple on the runway, and this season it came in sleek silhouettes with industrial details – think quilted nylon midi skirts and oversized drawstring pants.   

The new utility 

Military-inspired pieces make their way onto the catwalk every fall, and with good reason: a classic double-breasted coat or khaki jacket will never go out of style.   

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It’s official: the colour of autumn 2018 is undisputedly orange. Whether you rock a neon shade or a rich vintage-inspired hue, orange is the cheerful champion of our cool-weather line-ups…   


Successfully wearing the colour is, however, easier said than done. It’s a bold shade and one that’s best sported with an all-or-nothing approach. We looked to our editors for a few tips on how to nail the autumnal trend sweeping Instagram.  

Oversized  

A statement colour calls for a statement silhouette so go big or go home with this one, literally. Think oversized duster coats and puffer styles, flared or wide-leg trousers and boxy shirts and tees. A maxi dress or skirt is always a winner too.  

Utilitarian  

The sporty, utility-inspired trend is big for AW18 so think less ‘70s corduroy and more futuristic crepe and lamé. Try sporting simple culottes with a cropped metallic jacket or opt for a simple military-inspired look with a button-down shirt and straight-leg trousers in bright orange tones. 

Androgynous  

Gender fluidity is back and here to stay this season. Rock your orange pieces in simple silhouettes and cool, understated layers. Give sports-luxe a go with an orange varsity jacket, trending camouflage prints and matching chunky-soled sneakers.   

Colour blocked

Brave enough to try head-to-toe orange? Be sure to stay consistent with your choice of shade. Whether you opt for a pop-bright tone or a pale peachy orange, match your ensemble exactly to nail this season’s hottest colour trend.   

Want to try the look for yourself? Shop our favourite orange pieces for him and for her below…   

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A recent Instagram post of Kim Kardashian already has over three million likes (and counting) – while that may be to do with the fact she looks great, we think the neon-pink dress she’s wearing definitely helps.   

Blame Balenciaga – the label kicked off the trend on the Paris runway – but everyone is rocking this look right now. Kim K has since been spotted in a series of more neon looks, along with her sister Kylie Jenner, Bella Hadid and Blake Lively. Convinced yet?   

This micro trend is part of the ‘80s theme seen across plenty of Fall ‘18 collections, and it’s the perfect way to refresh your fall wardrobe – an antidote to a usually understated season of gray, black and navy.   

So, want to know how to wear neon satin now? It’s easier than you think. For Monday to Friday, take your styling cues from the Balenciaga runway and try a fluorescent top under a tailored jacket for a subtle flash of color.   

When it comes to the weekend, try neon-striped track pants or high-vis sneakers for an instant off-duty refresh. At night, anything goes: a neon satin clutch, a pair of pumps or a figure-hugging dress is all you need to make an impact.   

Shop our favourite silky neon pieces below and nail the look for yourself…   

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What is happening with the celebrity world? Everyone tried neon bobs! After Jeremy Scott’s Fall Winter 2018 show, everyone is going neon. Usually its subtle pastel coloured hair trends but this season its neon! If you’re feeling super bold, you can go neon with your hair, or just wear a wig, it’s what all celebrities do… #hair #celebs #celebrity #hairtrend #trend #fashion #style #hairstyle

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Neon is exploding in street styles… But if you’re not quite sure about this flashy eighties trend then you can go for another popular trend which is the lovely pastel of lavender. This soft hue is great with styling with blues and greys! #lavender #colour #trend #fashion #streetstyle #fashion

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The ‘80s are back. Or perhaps they never went away, given the strong trend for brightly-coloured, thigh-skimming swimwear and oversized sunnies we’ve seen just about everywhere this summer.   


The runway has been awash with styles inspired by the ‘80s aesthetic too with the likes of Fendi, MSGM and Versace all paying homage to the decade’s design sense.  

If you fancy trying the trend for yourself, we have a few pointers for you to avoid looking like you’ve rocked up in fancy dress.   

Think bright tones but pair them with tailoring. Take the edge off those sleek silhouettes with chunky sneakers or a pop of statement print.   

A healthy dose of sporty styling goes a long way so don’t be afraid to opt for neon accents and go-faster stripes, bomber jackets and sports-luxe separates.  

Lastly, botanical prints put a twist on the classic Hawaiian shirt – just be sure to mix and match yours with neutrals or simple stripes to avoid overkill.   

Want to try the ‘80s throwback look for yourself? Shop our edit below for all the essentials…   

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Eighties exercise videos. Do I even have to add on? Neon is a controversial style in fashion. It either looks like the eighties aerobics or quite trendy, there is no in between. If you love neons, you should be careful because some styles can look quite tacky. If you’re not quite sure what to wear, try neon swimsuits and bikinis, that definitely looks hot! #neon #summer #trend #fashion #streetstyle #eighties

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