Our wardrobes are very content. Why? Well, as London Fashion Week's designers have proven today, amongst all the newness on offer for Autumn/Winter 2016 there are the common threads of winning trends that we've already woven into our day-to-day looks for some time. That's flared trousers, wallpaper florals and chokers. They're three elements the fashion crew can still not get enough of and Emilia Wickstead deftly assembled them into new and exciting combinations for her show today.
Her couture-like tailoring is famously excellent, so when the red carpet-favourite turns her hand to jumbo bell-bottoms you know your pins are in safe hands. Emilia's were extra-swishy thanks to full panels in the back of the leg--they'll be very popular on the street style circuit, even on a drizzly day like this.
As for florals, hers were rich jacquards that looked the upholstery of a smoky 1960s jazz bar definitely can be worn all year round thanks to clever light/dark colour combinations and cheeky combinations. And the chokers: they were cut wide in matching fabrics, a trick you can certainly take as an upgrade to the slip of black silk you've no doubt mastered already.