Autumn/Winter 2010. Exciting! I’ve always had a preference forA/W fashions as they are always warmer and more comfortable to wear (this IS England, remember?!) For the past few years however, the designer collections featured for A/W have looked fantastic on the catwalk, but haven’t been suitable to wear walking down the high street in an everyday fashion. Thankfully, 2010 seems to be breaking the mould and appears to have branched in as opposed to have branched out. Wafer-thin, sky-high heels have gone unceremoniously out of the window, to be replaced by the rather more comfortable options of wedged boots and kitten heels. Add to that some wonderfully feminine designs from the likes of Chloe, Prada and Louis Vuitton – ranging from sharp, tailored trousers to flirty ’50s dresses.
There seems to be only one word to describe this seasons collections, and it is a shame that this word isn’t used more often when describing fashion. Yes, we all love outlandish designs with bright colours and prints Alexander McQueen-esque, but people actually want to be able to walk around in these clothes. That said, this seasons collections are quite simply…
Alll images via Elle UK