Casual fashion trends 2018 ( photo )

To say the autumn/winter 2018 fashion trends are really tempting is a massive understatement. Some of trends the key looks for the new season have hit both high-fashion departments and high-street stores way in casual fashion trends 2018 ( photo ) advance, with the chief of the tribe found within the huge array of that have touched down everywhere from to Topshop. If you aren't wearing, zebra, cow or snake prints within the next few days, I'll eat my new Manolos.

This first major trend is an indicator of what's to come for the rest of the year: things are looking loud, shiny, touchy, feely, Instagram-this-ASAP. You could say it's an "always on" approach to getting dressed: No outfit—no matter how casual—is devoid of a talking point or two. There are the boldest iterations of this way of thinking: imagine super-short party dresses rendered in '80s-style duchess satin with puffy shoulders, worn with all of the not-so-essential accoutrements for making a grand entrance like costume jewellery and sunglasses (at night).

And there are the more subtle routes in: Perhaps you'll update your sombre autumn looks with a pair of bright-red knee-high, or a crystal hairclip that gets everyone in your circle wanting to copy you immediately. Perhaps you'll be drawn away from the usual blacks and greys you rely upon when the weather takes a turn and jump into a world of pretty pastel blues (suiting is key here) or all-brown-everything (retro, '70s silhouettes prevail, but brown anything will get a fashion editor's seal of approval here).

There are some trends that are just too plain wacky to really affect your wardrobe, so for that reason we've left out a few ideas we know you'd rather sidestep. (Balenciaga's 20 layers á la Joey from Friends is excellent meme fodder, but c'mon, no one has that much time to style an outfit each morning). Instead, the below looks are the ones that are fast filtering onto the and into your favourite stores. Before you know it, September will arrive, and the below guide will ensure you're 100% ready with realistic, really enjoyable trends to try out.

Keep reading for Who What Wear UK's edit on the top fashion trends of A/W 18. 


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You're looking at the mummy, daddy, brother, sister, auntie and uncle of all autumn/winter 2018 fashion trends here. Animal print prowled over an astonishing amount of runways across NYC, London, Milan and Paris, like a Noah's ark for only the chicest passengers. Leopard-print coats and leopard-print shoes will undoubtedly be the two most prevalent ways this trend presents itself on the high street, but there's an abundance of snake and python patterns, zebra, cheetah, faux-croc—some of which come in classic, neutral tones, but there are more wild and wonderful multicoloured versions out there too. Just ask Tom Ford and his racy red leopard print–clad ladies.

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Victoria Beckham A/W 18

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Balenciaga A/W 18

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Isabel Marant A/W 18

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Tom Ford A/W 18

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There are some more literal takes on on the A/W 18 runways, but the way it will affect your personal style is via the colour brown. From Fendi's beige-and-chocolate monogrammed clothes and accessories through to 's entire ode to every possible shade in this spectrum (often all worn within one look), we're not being obtuse when we say brown is definitely the new black.

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Fendi A/W 18

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Chloé A/W 18

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Rochas A/W 18

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Tod's A/W 18

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Jacquemus A/W 18


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If there's one thing you're definitely going to see a lot of on A-listers' Instagram feeds, it's legs and super-elaborate. They're basically going to party like it's 1989, which means satin, silk, velvet, crystals, brocade and sequins used in abundance, but on the teeniest tiniest frocks you ever did see. Worn with equally elaborate jewellery, shoes, bags, hair accessories, gloves and sunglasses, this batch of beautiful dresses will definitely inform the look for the Christmas party season.

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Chanel A/W 18

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Ashish A/W 18

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Alexander McQueen A/W 18

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Balmain A/W 18

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Saint Laurent A/W 18


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There are, knee-high boots and snake-print boots all taking to the stage for autumn, but if there's one style that's been bubbling up for some time now, it's the slouchy. Blame it on the slight '70s revival or just on the fact that a slouchy boot is easier to tuck trousers and jeans into, but there's a little bit of about what's going on here—and we're into it.

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Alberta Ferretti A/W 18

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Givenchy A/W 18

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Emilio Pucci A/W 18

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Tibi A/W 18


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Carrying on from this summer's magpie tendencies, you'll find that the coolest designers are just as into kitsch crystals as the Scandi influencer set. From sneakers strapped up with giant jewels at to new versions of Ashley Williams's popular barettes, there's a crystal item to suit every possible taste, from ultra-flouncy and girlish to punk to sporty and back again. Expect the jewellery departments across the world of e-commerce to be dripping in (faux) diamonds.

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Nina Ricci A/W 18

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Simone Rocha A/W 18

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Christopher Kane A/W 18

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Ashley Williams A/W 18

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Gucci A/W 18


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As I mentioned, there are some pretty adventurous going on in the upper echelons of the fashion industry right now. But I've sifted through the madness to bring you some clever outfit layering updates that you can easily do and, most importantly, will want to do. From a new way to fasten your old scarf and trench coat together (thanks, Acne Studios) to a shirtdress-and-trouser formula that looks insanely elegant (always rely on Christophe Lemaire for that kind of grown-up chic), here are some new hacks.


Roll-Neck + Pretty Dress


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Coach 1941 A/W 18


Denim Jacket + Crombie Coat


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Paco Rabanne A/W 18


Giant Scarf Belted Into Trench Coat


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Acne Studios A/W 18


Shirtdress Over Trousers + Blazer + Overcoat


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Lemaire A/W 18


Spaghetti-Strap Top + Knit


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Louis Vuitton A/W 18


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From punky tartan blouses at LFW through to preppy plaid suiting in New York, there's some stiff competition for animal prints ruling the kingdom this season, and it comes in almost any form of checked fabric. Given that we're based in London, we're naturally into the more rock 'n' roll vibes you'll see at the likes of Versace and (100% yes to a tartan blouse with jeans), but there are plenty of smart and natty wears to wear this trend for more formal occasions and within the office. See what we mean below…

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Michael Kors Collection A/W 18

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Emilia Wickstead A/W 18

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Sonia Rykiel A/W 18

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Versace A/W 18

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Isa Arfen A/W 18

Autumn/Winter Fashion Trend #8: PASTEL BLUES

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If brown just feels too, well, down for you, then take solace in a much lighter, brighter range of dusky, powdery blues. Designers have adopted this traditionally more summery hue for the winter months by using it for trouser suits, heavy coats and cosy knits. It looks great with other punchy pastels but just as season-appropriate with oodles of black: see Dries Van Noten's inky pencil skirt + cornflower sweater look for a great starting point.

For more IRL inspo, see  like a street styler.

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Delpozo A/W 18

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Palmer//Harding A/W 18

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Roksanda A/W 18

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Dries Van Noten A/W 18


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A guaranteed retail smash, look-twice intarsia knits are definitely going to be big business this autumn. From the slogo sweaters that are going to sell out from (show me someone who doesn't want to wear a red jumper with the word "special" splashed across it) to more complex zigzagged ponchos, there's posh bit of knitwear out there for everyone to snuggle up to. And if 's logo jumpers don't go viral, nothing will.

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Prada A/W 18

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Etro  A/W 18

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Christopher Kane  A/W 18

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Hot-ticket newbies such as London's Richard Quinn and established brands alike are both backing a microtrend that really could go macro: scarf prints. Turning classic silk foulards into slinky dresses and tops, as well as styling up neck scarves and headscarves galore, we've already seen this translating onto social media and in stores like Zara.

Here's a heads up on  already.

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Céline A/W 18

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Richard Quinn A/W 18

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Salvatore Ferragamo A/W 18

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Marine Serre A/W 18


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Carrie Bradshaw's favourites are all coming back right now, and along with, it's her fictional bag collection we're seeing as the most adopted new handbag trend in some time: Cue mini shoulder bags adorned with logos, chain-straps or glitzy embellishment. We've already seen a huge comeback for, so expect more archival pieces to peak soon. Wear yours with the most low-key daytime ensembles to really look modern. We think she'd zone in on Miu Miu's sequin version first… Do you agree?

See our team put Carrie's iconic looks on trial.

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Miu Miu A/W 18

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Fendi A/W 18

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Dolce & Gabbana A/W 18

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Dior A/W 18

Phew! Which trend do you like the most? 

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