Women’s Autumn/Winter 2010 Trends

Well, it’s that time of the year when the high street stores are starting to restock with their new Autumn/Winter collections and stylist Lisa Talbot is sharing her tips on turning seasonal trends into wearable outfits. Just when you thought you had understood and enjoyed what’s in the stores the collections change and it all becomes daunting again.

One of my tips when you go shopping is to walk into a shop, STOP at the entrance, look around at the colours and collections before you walk in and engulf yourself in the clothes.  And please don’t lose heart when you don’t find something straight away….there is something for every body shape in our wonderful high street.

The new trends are wonderful and I want to tell how the everyday person can wear these trends, look stylish, feel confident and above all feel great and true to their personality.

Of these trends there will be some you will not be you but others you will fall in love with.

A few key items to have in your wardrobe this season will be:

  • The cape
  • The camel coat
  • The kilt
  • A military dress or skirt ( great for work or home )
  • The handbag with a small strap to be worn over your wrist

All the high street stores will carry these trends in some way or another; here are some tips as to how the stores will carry them;

H & M, Zara, Mango, River Island, Miss Selfridge, Oasis, Warehouse will carry top trend items but you will find beautiful pieces in these stores that can be incorporated into anyone’s wardrobe

Phase 8, Ted Baker, French Connection, Pied a Terre, Kenneth Cole, Whistles, Coast, Ralph Lauren, Jaegar, Hobbs, Karen Millen and brands similar to these will stock the trends but they will be softer.

This tip is from Lisa Talbot, a Personal and Corporate stylist who specialises in helping mainly women and men with their style and image. She says, “I can help you get a better understanding of the colours and shapes that suit you, then apply that to your personality and lifestyle to help you develop a new wardrobe. One that you’ll love to wear every day. Being a mum of 3 (21 year old son and twins of 6) I can so relate to being a busy working mum and juggling my family. I know how important it is to have a wardrobe that works for you and one that you will find easy and one that you will have fun with.” Find out more about Award Winning Personal Stylist Lisa Talbot at www.lisatalbot.co.uk or join Lisa Talbot on Facebook

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