New Season of Fashion, but what’s in store?

Put away your summer outfits and make room for some uber-stylish autumn and winter trends.

We love this season at Fashion Rider.  A chance to get snug and look stylish all at the same time and the good news is the style set for this coming autumn/winter does not disappoint.

With animal print continuing to stay at the top of the fashion charts, providing endless options of dresses, top and accessories (such as the River Island Black animal print high neck long sleeve top at £32), snake print shoulder bags (we are loving the croc half-moon grab bag by BooHoo), leopard print tops and more, there is more than enough to keep our wardrobes full.

Florals are also staying put, albeit turning down the volume slightly with a change of colour, moving to darker and moodier floral tones.

Matched with knee and thigh-high boots to complement these outfits fantastically, the perfect slouched ankle boot will also do a great job (Office have some amazing dressy slouch ankle boots ranging from £50-£120).

When it comes to knitwear, you can’t go wrong with knitted jumpers with round necks and wide sleeves (like the uber comfy cream wide sleeve knitted jumper from PrettyLittleThing).  A comfy and stylish layering essential if ever we’ve seen one!

The feel of this season is much more understated, smart, with a sense of luxury.

With shirt dresses and puff-sleeved shoulder shirts set to become firm favourites, these pieces offer a mix of comfort with a relaxed and sophisticated look.

Personally, we’re loving the smart look of the shirts and the cool and very different approach of the puff sleeve – an outfit that’s certainly rocking the Fashion Rider Headquarters!

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