20 Top Fashion Trends From Autumn/Winter 2022 Fashion Week

Aw22 Street Style Trends


With a slew of fashion shows worldwide comes a huge array of new trends on and off the runway. There is something here for everyone, whether you are layering cut-out tops, bright greens, or cowgirl hats. From street style inspiration to Instagram feeds, there are plenty of garments and aesthetics we’ve spotted. We’re certain they’ll be major players this season. Here are the top fashion trends spotted at Autumn/Winter 2022 Fashion Weeks. Try not to buy the entire list!


1. Color Blocking

Gone are the days of clashing colors being a fashion faux pas – this season, color blocking is back in a big way. Bold and bright, these clothes are loud and not for the faint of heart. Try your hand at mixing warm shades like orange and pink, or stick to cool tones such as green and blue for a refreshing twist. While a duo-chrome ensemble is the most popular choice, throwing a third or fourth hue into the mix adds complexity and an extra bit of oomph to the overall aesthetic. Rather than adding colors to the garments, try a bold hat, bag, or shoes for a pop.


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2. Black Cut-Out Tops

As one of the more daring trends of the season, these cut-out tops are an excellent addition to any wardrobe this year. No matter the season, be it summer or winter, this clothing can be worn with numerous pieces to create an interesting ensemble. Try it with a suit, which is the perfect get-up for the office or running around the city – the contrast between the structured tailoring with the strappy and abstract shirt provides perfect juxtaposition for a transitional season. It also makes for great layering – find something with long or asymmetrical sleeves to keep yourself snuggly when the temperature dips. From a night out to an event during the day, this is an off-duty model look popular with fashion lovers around the globe.

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3. Corset Belts

The corset belt trend isn’t anything new, but it often makes a comeback every few seasons. This waist-cinching accessory works well with a range of outfits, and this year we’re seeing it combined with knits, crops, and separates. Some of the most popular styles come from designers such as Loewe, which accentuate the hourglass shape with a peplum jetting out from the waist. Burlesque styles are also favored in the fashion community, often sported with t-shirts, roll-necks, and dresses. With such an eye-catching item as part of your outfit, you can avoid adding extra embellishments such as necklaces and earrings.


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4. Cowgirl Hats

As cowboy boots came into popularity, it’s only natural that the hats join the trend, too. This versatile accessory looks great when color blocking or accentuating a simple outfit on a day with your friends. Worn with a suit of a similar shade, it can add some extra complexity to an outfit without feeling too overdone. Slightly camp but totally fashionable, it’s become a mainstay for lovers of Gucci’s aesthetic. Try it with a mix of tailored shirts, leather jackets, and oversized blazers. The slightly masculine edge will create a fantastic and photo-worthy outfit that will look great on your Instagram grid.


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5. Fringing

With a lot of texture and movement, fringe details are an awesome addition to your everyday outfit. You can find jackets, shirts, and skirts with frayed fabric, but a popular choice this season is opting for a co-ord that moves with every step. You can blend this look with other trends on this list, such as color blocking or green all over – these all work well with this fashion must-have. Try a camel coat with a turtleneck and denim when the temperature drops, or opt for a sweater, fringed skirt, and boots for a perfect fall ensemble. You can rock this look during any season of the year, and it looks great on the photos, thanks to its fantastical motion.



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6. Green All Over

From Instagram to the streets of Fashion Week, green is the color of choice this season. Be it lime or emerald, the tone has taken over collections at Bottega Veneta, Ganni, and many others. Since it has become the ultimate shade of the year. Style it with various tones of the same palette, or you can go head to toe with a single hue. Try it as a dress, a blazer and roll-neck combo, or a pair of patchwork trousers with a casual T-shirt. Whether you choose to wear the Veneta Tire boots that kicked off the trend or something in a solid hue, you will certainly stand out for all the right reasons.


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7. Head to Toe Denim

Sure, the double-denim trend has come and gone and certainly come off as a fashion faux pas at times, but this can be an incredible look when done correctly. This season, opt for an oversized jacket and jeans with patchwork or with a vintage flare – flares are a popular choice with fashion darlings. For a more ’60s look, try a mini skirt with colored stockings or a long coat. You don’t have to stick to a monochrome look, either – mix different fabric tones for a more intricate style. What was once referred to as the Canadian tuxedo has become a staple in everyone’s wardrobe.


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8. Hot Pink Coats

From one major color trend to another, the hot pink shade has donated the fashion scene for some time. Kicked off by Versace last year, it has since gone on to feature as the hero hue for Valentino, Barbie x Balmain and other designers this season on the runway. Replicate the style in your everyday wardrobe with a coat or jacket. It’s easy to style with links-minded colors, but you can also match it with a classic white tee or singlet, printed trousers, boots, or a mini skirt. We’ve seen plenty of padded puffers and bomber jackets in this tone, but blazers, wool, and faux fur coats also work great in cooler climates.


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9. Lace-Up Flats

Lace-up flats blend traditional ballet shoes with strappy sandals and are a subtle and flexible trend that you can rock with anything. Jumping off the back of the preppy styles we’ve seen from the likes of Miu Miu and Thom Browne, this footwear adds a delicate element to your outfit while maintaining the vintage edge. Work it with a mini skirt or leather shorts in warmer temperatures, or add them to dark stockings for a more punk aesthetic. With so many variations available, you can find something that matches your style and intermingles with your existing collection.


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10. Leather Sets and Co-Ords

This season is all about rocking co-ord outfits, such as a full set of leather. Inspired by the biker scene from the ’70s and ’80s, this edgy aesthetic puts a high fashion spin on the classic combination. Racer jackets with red, black, or white colors are the go-to choice, but you can also step outside the box by donning a bright shade like blue or green. It doesn’t have to be pants, necessarily, either. Skirts – be it above the knee or the ankles – intertwine a hyper-feminine style that effortlessly juxtaposes the typically masculine attire. Finish the look with chunky boots, sky-high stilettos, or a pair of flats for a well-rounded look.


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11. Low Rise Mini Skirts

While some may shudder at the thought of low-rise clothing, this trend is back in spades. While Miu Miu’s iconic rendition has most recently made the rounds on Instagram, the micro-mini has been making a comeback for some time. The most popular way of styling this is with a cropped sweater and button-down shirt. Taking it back to the Y2K aesthetic, you can modernize the look by adding a tweed or wool blazer and a crop top in a matching hue. Play with your silhouette by adding in some thigh-high boots, or get leggy in a set of sneakers or classic pumps and stockings. Whether it’s a look for you or not, it’s certainly a bold piece of clothing.


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12. Metallic Leather Bags

Fashion lovers need to have a stunning bag in their collections, and these metallic pieces are intended to stand out. You can wear it with almost anything, from a casual ensemble to something a little bit fancier. Gold shades work well with warm shades, but you can find something on the opposite side of the color wheel – blue or green – and work it to your advantage. Similarly, while silver is typically reserved for cooler hues, it looks amazing paired with bright pink, red, and mustard. The shiny leather often catches the light when you’re out and about, meaning you don’t have to go heavy on other accessories. Essentially, it’s a wearable piece of art.


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13. Ostrich Feather Outfits

Bold, outlandish, and extravagant, an ostrich feather moment is the best way to make an impression. Depending on the occasion, you can dress them up or down from bodysuits to dresses. If you’re someone who relies on the ‘jeans and a nice top’ mantra when going out, this should be your next purchase. Try it as a jacket with trousers and pointy toe heels for those who love to feel a little extra. You can also think outside the box when it comes to color combinations too. It’s the perfect opportunity to try out some color blocking or experiment with different textures.


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14. Patchwork Pants

Patchwork was a huge trend in the early 2000s and is back in a big way. With a more refreshed take, the medley of patterns makes for complex outfit choices and can be styled with anything. Sweaters, singlets, long coats, and jackets are great choices to combine with the garment. The best route we recommend is sticking to block colors everywhere else – let the trousers do the talking. There are plenty of different styles you can choose from for your wardrobe – pink, brown, and multicolored are great choices. However, you can’t go wrong with classic denim. Play around with it and see what works best for you – they may become a staple piece for your collection.


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15. Pop Color Platform Heels

From Versace to Naked Wolfe, the fashion scene has fully embraced the platform shoe trend. This season, we’re stepping away from the classic black and whites and heading towards a full spectrum of color – literally. You can wear this with myriad options, such as mini skirts, tailored trousers, or a simple pair of jeans. Pick a shade that you can work into your existing closet, such as blue, green, or red. Mix and match clashing and complementary hues using the color wheel to create a complex and intriguing look. Even inserting other eras of fashion into the mix works like a dream – channel a ’60s Pierre Cardin-inspired silhouette or opt for ’70s flared pants for a retro twist.


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16. Pop Color Suits

Whether you drown yourself in color or want to spice up your regular work ensembles, go for a pop of color to brighten your day. These fashion-forward suits are bold and exciting, with bright shades to enhance your aesthetic. We’ve seen a lot of options on the runway and in street style, and the most popular choices include purple, azure blue, and lime green. You can work these with other shades, opting for a color-blocking theme or keeping it monochrome with a corresponding hue. You can even throw in black or white to give a bold look an extra boost. With such vibrancy coming from your garments, you can keep the accessories fairly minimal, opting for simple jewelry and shoes.


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17. Sheer Volume

Everyone wants to feel like an ethereal fairy at least once in their life, and you can achieve this dream with the tulle trend. While it was huge on the red carpet, it has since become more wearable and accessible for everyday use. With sheer fabric and plenty of volume, you can wear it for a night out or if you want to make a statement during the day. Ideal for transitional seasons, you can easily layer it with different textures and colors. Dresses with layers of billowing materials work well combined with tight-fitting garments, such as tights or a bodysuit. Try a monochrome trouser and shirt combination for a more casual feel, and add the bold cloth over the top in a contrasting shade for maximum impact.


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18. Soft Leather Bags Without Hardware

Soft bags inspired by Bottega Veneta have made the rounds for a few years, but this season takes it to the next level. Saying goodbye to hardware, including clasps, chains, handles, and locks, it’s all about embracing the plush leather and organic shapes. Iconic silhouettes such as the Jodie, Pouch, and Intrecciato have infiltrated the fashion scene. You can find subtle and adaptable shades such as camel, black or white, but if you want to stand out, we recommend blue or green for a bit of extra pop. Pair it with more structured clothing, such as a suit, oversized blazers, or bright hues for added contrast to the different forms.


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19. Sport Luxe

Staying at home for an extended period of time has allowed us to embrace the concept of dressing for comfort. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t look stylish at the same time! The sports luxe trend combines athletic attire, such as shell jackets and hoodies, with dressier garments such as mini skirts and heels. You can mix different shades like sporty orange or green and add contrasting hues like white, black, or gray to enhance the overall feel. Getting this look right is all about finding balance, so try your hand at a tracksuit with heels. We can’t guarantee that you’ll become a pro athlete, but you will definitely score straight tens with this outfit.


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20. Vinyl Coats

Inspired by the Y2K movement, namely The Matrix and the recently released Batman film, vinyl coats have become a major player in the fashion scene. Bold in nature but versatile in action, you can work it with a wide range of outfits and dress it up or down, depending on the occasion. We’ve seen it worn in many ways, but the most popular chimes include a monochrome ensemble worn with a statement bag and shoes. Add a silk scarf over your shoulders if you enjoy layering, or keep it simple with no other accessories. This is a bold choice for the cooler months, but we guarantee you’ll want to wear it whenever the weather calls for it.


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