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Summer isn’t over quite yet, (can we have one last bbq?) but the Autumn Winter season will be upon us soon enough! So, it’s time to start thinking about introducing autumnal trends to your wardrobe and getting into the season. Here’s what to look out for on Oxford Street…

90s

Winderbreaker Urban Outfitters £90 / Parka Uniqlo £89.90 / Bucket Hat Debenhams £25 / Barbour Beacon Shirt Topman £70

90s fashion isn’t going anywhere. Emerging in the last few years in the form of oversized-tees, biker jackets, dungarees, and wind-breakers, the 90s will be a big part of menswear this autumn. Taking a transitional turn, raincoats (even when it’s not raining), bucket hats and checks in many styles – think Tartan, windowpane, Prince of Wales and plaid patterns all in low-key tones will see you through the season.

Brown Is The New Black

Suede Jacket HM 49.99 / Ektan Crew Jumper AllSaints £98 / Dr Martens Gaucho Crazy Horse Office £130 / Twill Utility Shirt HM 19.99 / Chocolate Chinos Burton £20

Dubious about brown? Well think again, from rich chocolates to beige and tans, it’s time to don the brown and bring the some 70’s style to your everyday look. Take the trend by the horns and rock a brown suit or overcoat. For those wanting to dip their toes in this trend accessories and knitwear is the way to go.

Layering Leather

Zara Tan Jacket £149 / Zara Faux Trousers £49.99 / Next Bomber Jacket £100 / Selfridges Rick Owens Trouser £1185

Move over double denim, it’s all about layering leather. Texture has played a huge role in 2018 fashion – especially faux furs and shearling. Instead of clashing texture, this trend is all about layering up in leather, to create a high fashion effect.

The Trusty Jumper

Selfridges Meditate Jumper £1545 / Burton High Neck Jumper £28 / River Island Mustard Jumper £19 / New Look Block Colour Jumper £19.99 / Topman Brushed Animal Print Jumper £35

Now things are starting to cool down, it’s time to layer up. Jumper season is officially back! Bold prints and autumnal colours (burnt oranges, ochres, browns) are the perfect way to cosy on up when the temperature goes down.