4 Autumn Trends You’ll Actually Wear < Under $150

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Sometimes we look at runway trends and think yeah… I don’t think my local Woolworths can handle that much organza. I’ve chosen 4 of my favourite trends seen on the Autumn/Winter runways and taken them to the streets!
Check out 4 styles I have worn this month that are all under $150. 

Animal Print

We are seeing variations of animal print everywhere and I am so here for it.

These leopard print pants from White Haven Emporium are uber-comfy and are a drop crotch style perfect for a weekend outing.

Style details: I’ve worn them with a black jumper and white sneakers to brunch but also high waisted and tucked into a plain shirt with black heels for work. Their sizing is very generous so consider going down a size for a more fitted look.


Bozy Blazers

Suits, menswear and androgyny trends often poke their heads out of the closet once the weather starts to cool down. This season is no different with Boxy Blazers being a huge trend in womenswear.

I chose this relaxed blazer from Cotton On in black and white pow check and it is as comfortable as it is cool.

Style details: I recently wore this blazer on a date with my husband where I wanted to feel a little badass. I paired it with fitted cuffed black pants, leather boots, a band t-shirt and a lavender crossbody purse to balance out the tomboy factor.

Ps. This blazer goes up to a size 18 which is awesome!


Pop Colour

Whilst I’d love to be swimming in the bold Fuschia we’re seeing from Marc Jacobs this season, unfortunately, I’m not a Real Housewife of Melbourne….yet.

From coats to accessories, pops of bright colour is a huge trend this season with many labels playing with neons and bold autumn hues.

Style details: Colette by Colette Hayman nails a statement bag on a budget. This bold red crossbody bag keeps us on trend (especially when paired with neutrals) and surprisingly fits a lot in it.


90’s Hair Accessories

It’s safe to say whatever Zoe Foster Blake says is cool, I’m generally already on my way running to the store. Hairclips, scrunchies and scarves have come back in a HUGE way featuring as a key statement accessory to messy bobs to sleek ponytails.

Style details: As someone who has just taken a trip to the dark side after being blonde for half a decade, I wanted to really play with accessories to amp up my new look! Lovisa has a stack of affordable hair accessories suitable for both work and play.

My favourite looks at the moment are messy scrunchie top knots (thick hair gals rejoice) and wavy lobs with hairclips at the front of your hairline (think year 3 school photos… but make it fashion).




Rach graduated with a Bachelor of Communications and Bachelor of Business. A few years later, she took up the textbooks once more and completed a Diploma of Social Media Marketing. A Digital Marketing Specialist in the beauty industry, Rach is a tomboy at heart who loves her motorsport and judges the taste of pizza in foreign countries. When she's not manning the TMGR socials, you'll find her unapologetically Instagramming her brunch.