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AUTUMN/WINTER 2019 TRENDS: SHOP THE DEFINING LOOKS

We would never suggest that you should be a slave to the catwalk, but there are some autumn/winter 2019 trends we think are worthy of your attention.

The new-season looks served up by designers during February's Fashion Month were certainly diverse. Everything from refined tailoring to high-octane '80s glamour was evident on the runway. As such, it seems that anything goes this season.

However, this can make knowing which autumn/winter 2019 trends to actually buy into more difficult. When there's so much to choose from, it can be daunting to know where to start. Which is why we decided to filter through the runway looks, cancel out the noise, and bring you the three key trends you really ought to know about.

Below you'll find the autumn/winter 2019 trends that really matter as far as getting ready in real life is concerned. There's fashion's new take on minimalism, where rich hues of burgundy meet buttery shades in the form of simple silhouettes, pared-back accessories and sleek suiting. Then there's ultra-bright colour clashes. And finally, florals were reclaimed by winter, set against dark backdrops in luxe jacquard fabrics.

You know what to do—keep scrolling to see and shop the most-noteworthy autumn/winter 2019 trends.

MOODY BLOOMS

MOODY BLOOMS

Florals might traditionally be a spring motif, but this season they've been given a wintery overhaul in darker hues. Blooms can be big or small—as long as they're positioned against a black, navy or crimson base akin to Aimee Song's and they'll look the part.

NEW MINIMALISM

NEW MINIMALISM

For autumn/winter 2019, minimalism goes way beyond shades of beige (though they're inevitably still present) with a palette of butter yellow, navy, deep red and khaki, as seen on Sylvie Mus.

COLOUR CLASH

COLOUR CLASH

On the flip side to minimalism, bright flashes kept cropping up, particularly on the runways in Milan and New York. Wear two contrasting shades at once to maximise the look, much like Emili Sindlev.

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