Posted on 29 April by
Trends of the season
Whether you’re after statement knits or timeless neutrals, there’s plenty of new season styles in store now so you can update your Autumn Winter wardrobe. Check out this seasons trends and visit Macarthur Square to update your look.
Returning to work and needing to give your wardrobe a stylish (but comfortable) new season lift? Our stores are brimming with fresh takes on ‘smart casual’ that will help you transition from living room to meeting room in effortless style.
Knitwear is taking centre stage this season. Visit Macarthur Square to find statement-making knits, including ribbed turtlenecks in bold colours, preppy cardigans and fitted fine-wool tops in neutral tones. Comfy, cool and in vogue. What’s not to love?
If you’ve been drooling over the elegant, historical fashion while binging The Crown and Bridgerton, you’ll love this new season trend echoing historical shapes, fabrics and style. Think broad lapels and jackets with high shoulders, or high next tops and layers of lace and frills.
Can a look so timeless, versatile and classic even be considered a trend? Thankfully, neutrals are once again a welcome staple this season. The best part about this trend? You won’t need to go searching far at Macarthur Square to find a showcase of all things neutral!
Earthy tones are huge this year, and there’s a certain timelessness about colours that are part of the natural cycle of life. Earthy greens, rust, mustard, camel, rich browns and even deep reds all feature in new season collections. Add statement pieces top your everyday basics, and the combinations are endless.
For Autumn Winter 2021, accessories are very much playing to fashion’s yang. While our new season wardrobes will be an understated, über-comfortable blank canvas of monochromatic pale hues, we reach into the accessories drawer to elevate the everyday and revel in a little post-pandemic bling!
This year, it’s all about taking a clean, simple and natural approach to beauty, with subtle accents of colour to take you from day to night.
With our living rooms, kitchens and spare corners being conscripted to work-from-home duty, and more of us spending more time indoors than ever before, this year’s homewares collections are all about bringing nature inside, with pieces big on quality and practicality.