High Street Trends
As a retailer you must be ahead of the times and make sure you are prepared for the upcoming season. It is important to at least have a general idea of what’s going to be flying off the rails. If you haven’t, devise a step by step guide to what are going to be the hottest styles. Styles to be looking out for in your local womens wholesale suppliers…
Military jackets are set to be huge this Autumn/Winter, but not just in the standard issue khaki colour, but in a wide range of bright colours too. Colder weather doesn’t necessarily mean you have to wear drab colours, so make sure you are still adding some vibrancy to your wardrobe. The military jacket is a versatile number that can appeal to all age groups, so make sure you recruit some new style soldiers and stock them this A/W.
Pleated everything. Trousers, tops, dresses, skirts it doesn’t matter. Pleated styles are going to be all the rage for the upcoming Autumn/Winter season. Feminine, romantic and bold, pleats are flattering and trendy and look good for any occasion. Pleats are a stand- out classic style that will never go out of fashion. A timeless look that will be huge this season. Womens wholesale suppliers will more than likely already be on to this and have some fantastic stock for you to fill your shop with. Get down to see them to be one step ahead!
Synthetic furs are one of the strongest trends of the past seasons. They will be on the rise again for the upcoming A/W season. Also, Have you noticed the great variety of options offered by your womens wholesale clothing suppliers? This year will be no different. Solid-coloured, colour block or patchwork there are plenty of styles dedicated to both fashionistas or more classic girls. Fur jackets really are a classic that will never go out of fashion. Therefore the different variations that come through every A/W keep the trend fresh. Teamed up with jeans and a nice top for a casual look. Alternatively elegant dress for a special occasion, you will get your wear out of your fur jacket.
We hope these tips give you a push in the right direction when stocking up for Autumn/Winter 2017!