Ask your nan about this autumn trend
Embroidery has become a pretty hard to ignore trend over the past few months, from small single roses to extravagant prints, and it looks like this trend will be with us for at least another season. If you want to add a little flair to your fall wardrobe try to play around with different designs. Embroidery can be worked into your outfit in many different ways. Have a look at our suggestions below for some inspiration!
Pick your pattern
Embroidery is a trend that leaves you with a lot of freedom to adapt it to your own style. You could opt for small detailing on the hem of a pair of jeans or go for a fully kitted out bomber jacket. You’ll have plenty of options to choose from when it comes to prints but mainly you’ll see aztec, floral and oriental inspired prints. You’ll be seeing a lot of floral prints this winter so by opting for floral embroidery you’ll be killing two birds with one stone.
Embroidery on a khaki jacket or blouse looks cool and gives a bit of edge to a simple outfit. Pair it with a simple top, jeans and sneakers.
Denim and chambray
If you loved patches on your trousers as a child you will be happy to hear that embroidery and denim are a match made in heaven, whether it is jeans, jackets or a chambray blouse.
Little black dress
Or little black anything really. A colourful bit of embroidery really pops on a black fabric and makes the clothing piece stand out.
Really give your workwear an edge by swapping out your plain white blouse for an embroidered version. Still classy and professional but with a fun twist.
This trend doesn’t end on your tops and jeans, it can be applied to your accessories as well.
Your party bag never looked so good as with some fine detailing. Works well on velvet, canvas, leather and even on sequinned bags.
Even your kicks could be improved with a little embroidery. Turn a classic white sneaker up to 11 with beautiful patterned stitching.
Go full embroidery and even case your phone in this trend!
The best part of this trend is that it doesn’t have to break the bank. Though you can buy plenty of clothing piece with embroidery already on it but if you want to be slightly more creative you can buy stitch on embroidered patches to turn last season’s pieces into an on-trend wardrobe!