#AW18 How to Style

Posted on January 11 2018

As autumn fast approaches, it's time to put away the sunglasses and sandals and bring out the winter jackets and knitwear. 
Westgate London has taken to the catwalk and the streets to round up the key trends you should be channelling this season. All brands, one destination on Westgate London...
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Checks have made another welcome return for AW18. Whether in the form of oversized, 80s inspired tweed as seen at Marc Jacobs, to the fine box checks seen on the oversized coats at Miu Miu, the check print is the dominant player this season.
Incorporate a geometric touch into your wardrobe with an oversized blazer in the print, preferably finished with a pair of matching loosely fitted suit trousers.
Check mate.
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Life in Plastic
The seemingly daunting fabric, PVC, is having its moment and is quickly becoming a shining AW18 trend. This plastic- fantastic fabric is best saved for the colder months, as you can be sure it lets heat in but none out.
Take inspiration from the streets, where all things shiny have been spotted. From skinny vinyl trousers, to slick black macs, to sock-exposing clear PVC shoes; PVC deserves multiple spots in your wardrobe this season.
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Let’s get Political
No matter what your political views are, there is no time like the present to engage in conversation and make your voice heard. And what better way to apply this mantra, than playing mascot and emblazoning your political or charitable views across your favourite garment.  
From the ‘We Should All Be Feminists’ hoodies on the streets, to the ‘Revolution Has No Borders’ t-shirts at Prabal Gurung, fashion isn’t the place to stay quiet.
If protesting on the streets isn’t quite your cup of tea, don your best political statement
t-shirt, and go jacket-free on your next commute into work.
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Hear Me Roar
Embrace your inner feline this season and run wild, as animal print gets a bold revival for AW18. This season it’s all about seductive textures and vibrant print clashing as more and more designers pledge to #GoFurFree and play with colours and prints instead of real fur.
Not wanting to go full Cruella Deville? Opt for a printed trim on a jacket lapel, or an animal-like accessory.
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