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Kurt Geiger’s Trend Alphabet for Autumn/Winter 2015
November 1, 2015, 1:54 pm
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Worried about seasonal trends being too restrictive? The problem with being a blind fashion follower is ending up looking like everyone else, so Kurt Geiger unveils something different for Autumn/Winter 2015 – the Trend Alphabet. With 26 themes to live your sartorial life by this season, you won’t run out of choices when it comes to styling!

We’ve narrowed down the list to some of the most noteworthy trends to look out for this Autumn:

A - All about the Backpack

Sling the fashion world’s favorite bag – the backpack – on your shoulders this Fall. That’s the easiest way to dress down like a model off-duty!

B - B series

Kurt Geiger’s B series of heels, including the Berwick, are your ultimate weapon for the upcoming party season.

E – Equestrian Burgundy

It’s okay to wear boots again! Give your boot closet a posh makeover with the addition of these beautiful burgundy styles with an equestrian inspiration.

H – Handbag Envy

Flaunt your style and induce serious handbag envy among onlookers with Kurt Geiger’s range of must-have accessories. The fur-covered Kate is an absolute fashion indulgence!

Q – Queen of Stilettos

Kurt Geiger is known all over the world for exquisite stilettos – and we’ve come out with even more interesting designs this Autumn, like this reiteration of the popular Bond in beautiful cobalt.

R – Red

The ultra-versatile London tote gets an exotic makeover this season – croc skin in an eye-catching red hue that will have everyone ogling at your arm candy everywhere!

W – Wet Look

Dare to wear thigh-high, wet look boots in gorgeous patent leather! The Wolf boots may come at a higher cost-per-use, but you’ll feel like a completely different woman every time you wear them!

The AW’15 collection for women is available at the Kurt Geiger Stores located at The Avenues and 360 Mall.

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