I know we're not all loving the colder weather but I'm actually looking forward to the new Winter launches popping up and incorporating the latest trends into my wardrobe.
Don't get me wrong, I know it's important to stay true to your own style and not to blindly follow trends, but I think it's fun putting my own spin on the latest looks.
I thought you guys might also be excited to see the latest trends inspired by the various fashion weeks so curl up and feast your eyes on what to expect for this season!
Possibly the most popular high street trend to come off the catwalk has been boho, the true seventies revival that happens every few years or so.
Even though it's Winter, maxi dresses are featured and given a boho twist with a teal and olive colour palette and teamed with little waistcoats.
This trend is all you need to channel your inner Kate Moss, think flared jeans, paisley print galore and cozy ponchos and you're on the right track.
They say if you hold on to anything long enough, it will come back into style eventually and that is definitely true this season.
The Victorian Age has given plenty of inspiration to designers this year with a beautiful Gothic glamour flowing down the catwalks.
The Victorian Age was known for feminine details and delicate fabrics and not to mention an abundance of frills which have also been included believe it or not.
If you're not in the mood to cover your outfit in frills, then you can subtlety try this trend with a piece like a ruffled blouse or sheer fabric.
One of my favourite trends and possible the easiest to incorporate into a working wardrobe is Military chic.
Green and taupe are still strong with this trend but I'm noticing a lot of stone pieces which should take you through to the warmer months too.
I adore the military inspired coats, they're a great mix of function and fashion with the button detailing hitting this trend on the head.
Khaki jackets are still going strong this season and tailoring does also play a part, just try a cropped pair of trousers instead of your usual length to add a military edge to your look.
4. Code Red
Of all the shades sashaying down the catwalk, red was certainly the colour that was grabbing the most attention and with good reason.
Red is the ultimate colour for the confidant woman and, with all the different hues on offer, it can take you from the office to the bar.
If you're too shy to rock top to toe red, then simply try a red accessory like a waistcoat or handbag so you will still have a pop of attention.
Camel is another shade that is huge this season and it luckily goes great with red so team some camel heels with a red dress for your next date night!
5. Faux Fur
Fur was all over the catwalk this season and, thankfully, the high street has plenty of faux options so that you can rock this trend with a clear conscience.
Shearling caught everyone's attention last February and has been adorning handbags and accessories ever since.
Fur coats will play a huge part and will also be huge in design, very over the top and bulky, which I love but may not be to everyone's taste.
If you don't fancy looking like a bear this season, then simply opt for a coat or accessory with fur accents.
So there you have it, that's my round up of some of the trends that you can expect to see this season!
What do you think?
What's your favourite trend?
Stay Beautiful! xoxo