Autumn/ Winter 2019 Fashion Trends

Posted by Evonne Nah on

It may be summer all year long in Malaysia, but that does not mean you can’t play around with a little A/W 2019 trend! For the colder months this year, it’s all about staying chic and cosy while making a statement in a subtle way. Check out five of these Autumn trends below!

Mustard Yellow

Noa Knit Top

Transition from summer to autumn easily by adding mustard yellow into your wardrobe. Similar to the happy yellow colour of summer, mustard is a more toned-down version that is still warm yet not too bright so you can wear it anytime, anywhere. Plus, this knitted top will keep you warm in an air-conditioned room!

 Ankle-Skimming Hem

Stripe Tie Waist Skirt

Ankle-skimming hemlines are all the rage this season. A little longer than a midi skirt, yet resting just above the ankles, this lovely neutral-coloured skirt will give off the illusion of slimmer and longer legs.

Puffed Sleeves

Mini Centro Puff Sleeve Top

You may have realised that 90’s trends are back in fashion, and puffed sleeves are one of them. It adds a girly touch to accentuate the shoulders, yet adds a fun contrast to otherwise plain blouses!

 Checkered Long Pants

Checked Style Long Pants

Wear it with a casual T-shirt, or even a formal work top, a pair of checkered long pants can do no wrong. Make a statement effortlessly with plaid or checkered prints that elongate the legs while giving off an oh-so-comfy vibe.

 Delicate Dangling Earrings

Dune Earring

Delicate dangly earrings are practical and are able to work for both daytime looks and evening wear. Opt for earrings that come in rose gold or gold and has a dainty touch to complete your outfit.

The key to picking autumn-inspired outfits in a country with tropical, sunny weather is to pick out pieces that are versatile and can be mixed and matched easily throughout the year. If you liked any of the pieces featured above, check out VSOUTLET’s website to shop!


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