The 4 Key Top Styles For Autumn/Winter 2016
Autumn is in its last month and winter is slowly creeping up on us, so it’s important to invest in a few key women’s top styles to layer up when you’re out in the cold or to rock without your jacket indoors.
This season we are loving everything from longline tunics, blouses, basic tees and statement knit tops. You can pair them with jeans, under a dress or with a fitted skirt and heels for the office – the options are endless!
Read on below for 4 key women’s top styles you need now!
We’ve said it before and I’m sure it won’t be the last time. Tunics are an essential to wear with just about anything and the best part? They are oh so flattering. You can wear tunics with leather look leggings and boots, or layered over a body-con skirt and tights. This autumn/winter season, try asymmetrical hem styles to add a little volume, or keep it simple in neutral or monochromatic tones.
It’s time to embrace your inner girlie side because blouses are your new go-to piece. Blouses look great worn with a fitted pencil skirt or dressed up with a casual pair of pants or jeans. Blouses this season are typically in black and white tones, with lace panels, cute pussy-bow ties and sheer fabrics.
You can add statement jewellery or contrast with feminine lipstick and soft blush tones.
No we aren’t just talking about your casual classic t-shirt shape (although they are big and timless as well). The basic tee trend means long sleeved and other relaxed styles that are your go-to wardrobe essential. Stock up on endless variations of colours including stripes and even graphic printed tops. They look good with anything from leggings to a dressy skirt and heels.
Knits have been given a lightweight and modern feel this season and we love it! Make a statement in turtleneck, poncho and fitted knitted tops, or those with contrast asymmetrical hems to really make a difference. Colours can be anything from emerald green to rustic brown.
Head over to AlibiOnline to shop all your latest Autumn/Winter 2016 ladies clothing essentials.