Autumn Winter Trends You Need In Your Life

So, it’s officially autumn how crazy is that the seasons this year really are flying by! To celebrate arguably one of the best, cosiest times of the year we’ve rounded up some of the best trends for autumn winter that you need in your life to look and feel great. 

Curtain Bangs

Let’s start at the top with the hair, Instagram and Tiktok are obsessing over curtain bags at the minute and we can’t blame them. They add so much volume and a little something special to everyday hair. Think all the 70s vibes, Stevie Nicks and ABBA what more could you want from a new hairdo and the transition into autumn is the perfect time to take the plunge and try this new style. 

Tortoise Shell Nails

Nothing says autumn quite like the beautiful colours in tortoise shell, now the nail art in autumn winter is some of the best but imagine combining the two! Tortoise shell nails just scream autumn, they go with everything, look super classy and will bring you all the autumn aesthetics you need, these nails are a winner that we’re gonna be trying out. 

Hannah Rox It

Embracing Embroidery In Your Clothes

When you hear embroidery don’t be put off by thinking it’s something that your nan might wear, we’re talking embroidery but making it cool and classic. Embroidery adds so much to an outfit, it can bring basic pieces up a level making your clothes look higher quality and making your outfit look more put together. 

Simple Retro


Okay, we might have fallen in love with the cardigan phase thanks to Taylor Swifts latest album (honestly, it’s been on repeat since it came out) but cardigans provide a cosy look to every outfit. Whether you wear them round the house with your sweatpants or wear them with jeans and a cute body suit, you really can’t go wrong (they also get bonus points for keeping us toasty when its freezing outside!) 

Nasty Gal

Star Accessories

Although stars always make the cutest accessories, they seem to be really in at the minute, and it’s a trend we’re completely on board with. From jewellery to headbands, we’ll incorporate stars into our outfits any day, in any way we can, we’re obsessed! 

Nasty Gal

Gold Chains

You can’t get much more classic than a gold chain, gold jewellery is especially beautiful in autumn as it brightens up your outfit, looks amazing with the autumn lights and works better against paler skin (which is one of the major side effects of autumn). We’re loving the twist to the gold chain trend which is layering multiple different chains together that are different styles and thicknesses to create a simple but effective look. 

Daisy London


Now we’ve spoken about more specific trends, lets discuss the colours you need to incorporate in your wardrobe throughout autumn winter. Forest green is normally one of the classic autumnal colours and we’re sure that won’t go away any time soon but why not give navy a go? It creates a very similar vibe to forest green and suits every skin colour, and is a really great alternative for black to brighten up your outfit even just a little bit. 

Louise Roe

Rust Orange

Another autumn winter classic we just can’t get enough of is rust orange. It really is the perfect autumn shade, and we couldn’t write this post without talking about it- but can you blame us? We can’t think of a better colour to sum up autumn that you need to include as much as you can in your autumn winter wardrobe this year. 

We hope you enjoyed this post and have found it useful, please feel free to leave your favourite autumn winter trends in the comments to help others. As always, please feel free to contact us with any suggestions, questions or even just a friendly chat, we’re always here. 

Love, The Mental Health Makeover team x

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