Autumn Winter 2019 Fashion Trends: What Buyers Need to Know
Autumn is now well and truly upon us and it's time to invest in the key Autumn /Winter trends that we have here at Trade Gala in abundance as a key Wholesale Fashion Supplier. Follow our guide through the most prominent styles in Wholesale Clothing for the current season including top Wholesale Brands and high quality Wholesale Woman’s Clothing to make sure your stock is inline with what the catwalks have predicted will be in high demand and will transfer neatly to your well stocked high street boutique.
Safari and animal prints are always a good investment for winter, something that can be a wardrobe staple year after year as well as quick, cheap fashion fixes. Leopard, snake, zebra or tiger keep the prints bright and eye-catching for customers in the dark winter months. Less adventurers customers can opt for a simple, boot, skirt or blouse to subtlety nod to the trend without having to go for a bold print head to toe.
Women's Chelsea Boots in pink leopard by DFTC
Animal Print Pleated Skirt by Liquorish
Animal Print Top in Red by Independent Clothing
Feminine florals are often associated with summer fashion but this winter the meadow print is spilling into autumn fashion to brighten things up in what can be a time dominated by dark colours, and lets face it have florals ever been out of wholesale fashion? Weather its lilies, daisies, roses or peonies we have plenty of choice throughout our wholesale brands.
Floral Midi Skirt by Independent Clothing
Retro Vintage 1940's Shirt Dress by Looking Glam
In Bloom Leggings and Sports Bra by Priya
Checks on Checks
As a wholesale fashion supplier one thing we know is a good investment is a high quality check. Dogtooth or Prince of Wales, a smart check can work on any age of customer and is a key investment for women’s wholesale clothing. Mis-matching checks is how the high fashion brands portrayed this so lots of checked separates in different prints is the way to invest from a heavy coat, to an easy to throw on scarf or pashmina.
Checked Pashmina Scarf by Brandhouse Fashion East Village
Rustic Vintage Style Check Shirt Dress by Lindy Bop
Checked Coat with Mustard Faux Fur Trim by Liquorish
Wholesale woman’s clothing is full of ruffles this season, easy to wear across the female age range and flattering to most body shapes. Wholesale clothing brands Haus of Deck have a fantastic dress and there are lots of lightweight wholesale blouses that fit this delicate ruched theme.
White Chevron Pattern Wrap Dress by Haus of Deck
Pleated Ruffle Dress with Waist Belt by Independent Clothing
Ruffle Bardot Midi Dress by Gypsy Clothing
Over sized bags
Lets face it ladies always have lots to carry with them so a bag to put Mary Poppins to shame would suit most lifestyles and wholesale brand Broke and Beautiful have a great range of large bags which will suit various tastes, styles and ages. A classy Kelly bag in green croc or a bright trend led blue jelly bag, your spoilt for choice in the wholesale bag section.
Green Croc Bag with Removable Scarf by Broke & Beautiful
Blue Jelly Tote Bag by Broke and Beautiful
A belted waist is flattering to all figures so this is an autumn trend anyone can carry off. Wholesale brand City Goddess has some fantastic brightly coloured dresses and jumpsuits that perfectly sum up this trend. Separates with co-coordinating belts like these Independent Clothing trousers also perfectly sum up the look in easy to style separates.
Cape Shoulder Jumpsuit by City Goddess
Check Paper Bag Trousers by Independent Clothing
Pleated Wrap Midi Dress by City Goddess
The wholesale shoe market has had several years where rounded toes have been the key shape for footwear but a more pointed ladylike fit is returning. Wholesale brand Glitz Shoes has a fantastic range in different cloths, prints and finishes to satisfy any ladies shoe habit. These durable, high quality yet wearable styles are sure to be very good sellers.
Sparkle Court Shoe by Glitz Shoes
Diamante Court Shoe High Heels by Glitz Shoes
Glitter Sling Back Court Shoe by Paradox London
Written by: Luanne McLean