As the Autumn/Winter 2015 fashion season looms ever closer, we look at the top 5 fashion trends for women set to kick up a storm.
It's time to dig out those old flares as the 70s comeback is here to stay. Whether you want to go all out hippie trailing blazing or with something more chic, major fashion houses just can't get enough of the 70s vibe.
Go with a simple pair of flared jeans if you only want to dip your toe in the water with this Autumn trend, or a ditsy floral printed top or blouse.
Moving us a decade on, 80s is also making a comeback with ruffles, retro belts and uber power shoulders. With this trend you either have to go big or go home – it's one for the bold.
Mini-length skirts are also not to be missed with this trend, which can be teamed up for with a pair of leggings for an ultimate 80s retro look.
This is one to impress the parents, layering. A trend not derived from a need to layer up so as not to get cold, but you can pass it off as that anyway to the parents.
The best thing with this AW15 trend is you don't have to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe to achieve it. Layer a dress with a shirt, or clash a polo neck with another shirt PLUS jacket.
It's all about the layers, adding an extra one in where you can BUT without it looking like you're attempting to wear your entire wardrobe.
We've seen a glimpse of the faux-fur trend coming in earlier this Winter but it’s set to explode this Autumn. Both Louis Vuitton and Stella McCartney have been pushing this throughout their collections, with high street chains following suit and adding in faux fur cuffs for those of us not wanting to go all out with a faux fur coat.
If you love to cosy up and wrap up warm, this is the trend for you and works brilliantly with layers so you can style out two top trends this Autumn in one fell swoop.
One of the boldest trends this Autumn is graphic art inspired prints, which appeared in a variety of fashions on the catwalks. Seen on everything from dresses to jackets, the graphic prints are a AW15 season must-have if you want to be seen to be on trend.
For colour fans go bright with red or green; alternatively monochromatic schemes work if you want to tone it down or want to impress at work.