Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Warehouse Autumn Preview

As you're  probably already aware, Warehouse is my favourite high street brand. Constantly delivering high quality fashion inspired straight from the designer catwalk - they really are "design for the high street". Glamorous, edgy and individual the Warehouse handwriting is consistently strong enabling you to stand out from the crowd in a fabulous Warehouse number.

Already the brand is building their Autumn range with many pieces fileting out into stores and online at as we speak. Lets take a look at my two favourite themes up to now and the key pieces I love.

Brooklyn Heights is all about city chic, taking inspiration from industrial New York. The Warehouse city woman is strong, confident and likes to mix men's structural and tailored pieces into her own feminine style for an added edge.

First up, the feature dress of the Brooklyn Heights theme is this rope detail dress. The buttoned up collar, rolled up sleeves take inspiration from your man's wardrobe whilst the belted cinched in waist keeps it feminine and defined. The rope detail industrializes the dress making it a key piece for Autumn. Dress £40.

 The boyfriend cardigan opposes summers slim fit and brightly coloured light weight knit. For just £28 this is a bargain and will be another staple to your Autumn wardrobe. Buy it in a few sizes too big for extra masculine style and then team with skinnies and heels to keep the look city chic.
 A white shirt will be a must have for the upcoming season. I love the rolled up sleeve detail on this one and the structured collar is so NYC! Shirt £35.

 Every girl needs a pair of skinny denim for Autumn and trust Warehouse to deliver the perfect pair. Flattering pocket detail on the derriere and comfortable rise on the hips. Grab a pair of patent heels and your good to go! Jeans £40

I adore this red leather satchel - it will complete your "I wish I was in New York" style. Luxurious and so on trend for AW11 with the colour, update your workwear look right now for just £38.

So Warehouse have catered for the every day city look, but what about of an evening? Warehouse are renowned for their dresses ad embellishment details and feminine edge and the theme Labyrinth does not disappoint.

Ok, I think I'm in love! How gorgeous is the colour pallette used in Labyrinth?! I love this lace detail dress with multicursal patterning. I'll be wearing mine with a statement embellished necklace. Dress £45.

 Warehouse always do a fab take on the iconic leopard print, which I think is kind of the brands trademark print. I'm predicting big things for this dress £60.
 The history of "Labyrinth" dates right back to Greek Mythogolgy and you can deffinately see the Greek inspiration here in this dress. The low cut neckline and the softly pleated material drapes beautifully. Dress £65.
 Don't forget to complete your look with this rather special embellished clutch. The intricacy of the detailing, again seeing the Greek influences makes this a necessary accessory to your night out. Clutch £38.
 I know its too early in the year to say the C word, but I have to! According to reports from the Warehouse press day, sequins and sparkle are going to be massive at Christmas with Warehouse this year. Get in on the action fashionably early with this beautiful shirt. The structural design is perfect for the Labyrinth theme! Wear it now with a block colour maxi skirt. Shirt £60.
So there we have a preview of Warehouse's Autumn collection and if its this good in July, it's going to be amazing come late August early September. Get ahead of the crowd now at

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