Australian Fashion – Tips for 2024

The spring is fast approaching, with summer right behind it and if you are already thinking about next year’s fashion, you have come to the right place. Trends come and go, as we know, with many of this year’s favourites remaining on the menu and some new fads arriving from Europe.

Here are a few fashion trends you will see on the Sydney & Melbourne catwalks this summer.

  • Fabric prints – Animal prints are still in vogue and will be until the following year, with amazing patterns that replicate a range of animals. Faux fur is also a thing, especially around cuffs and hems. Flowing summer dresses in delicate fabrics with flowery designs making an appearance, with chunky silver jewellery and brightly coloured belts.
  • Metallic – The 21st century look is back with a bang, with gold, silver and bronze fabrics for evening wear; off-the shoulder gowns, with an Art Deco 1920s look also in fashion this year. Sequinned dresses will be evident, working well with diamond jewellery and a tiara to complete the look. Accessories
  • Casual wear – As usual, denim is never far away, with washed and stoned fabrics, complete with a few rips and tears. Baggy jeans and hipsters are always a smart choice, with neon socks and coloured trainers. Expect to see jumpsuits at raves and parties this summer, so you can dig out that chic number you have in your wardrobe and match it with some stylish accessories.
  • Wool sweaters and cardigans – Mainly for spring evenings and windy days, the best Australian wool is the only way to go. Oversize is popular, which you probably saw last winter and expect to see intricate patterns on wool wear.
  • Cut business suits – The career woman will wear a made-to-measure business suit to meetings; chic bob cut and a necktie completes the business look. Minimal jewellery brings a winning image to this slick entrepreneur or corporate outfit.
  • Cargo shorts – Typically in the men’s department, these chunky shorts have crossed the gender barrier. Stacks of storage space, with a special pocket for your smartphone, as well as many others. Camo is popular along with plain cotton colours, while leather belts are all the rage. There’s even a clip for your Frank Green bottle, which is another must-have this coming summer.
  • Knee length socks – Bright neon colours with contrasting footwear gives a casual but sporty look, with matching sweatbands and wristbands. White is cool if you have a deep tan, while in the summer, ankle socks are all the rage. Check out Australian Fashion Week in Vogue magazine, where you will see all of the above.

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Shopping online is the cheapest way to acquire top quality fashion garments and accessories, with prices around 25% cheaper than in traditional brick-and-mortar boutiques. Check out the many fashion magazines online to gain a further insight into what the chic woman will be wearing this coming summer and next year.

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