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Debrief Staff | Contributing Writer | Monday, 5 October 2015

New Look's AW15 Edit is here & we can't get enough

The Debrief: Plus, your chance to WIN £500 vouchers

Autumn/Winter is officially here and this year, fashion's all about rich, earthy shades, soft fabrics and 70s shapes. We can't wait to start wearing them! Lucky for us, New Look’s AW15 Edit has dropped and it’s full of amazing catwalk-inspired pieces to update your wardrobe and get you ready for the new season. This ALMOST makes the end of summer bearable!

The collection is made up of three trends that cover the season’s must-have looks, making it easy to pull togther perfect outfits reflecting this season's top trends. Can't wait to get wearing? Enter our competition at the bottom of this page and you could win £500 New Look Vouchers.


Grunge

Think berry colours, khaki and lots of black. All topped off with hardware details like metal buttons, buckle and zips, giving your  grunge look that military feel. Our fave from the trend? The fur gilet. Perfect for adding a touch of rock and roll to any outfit.

Heritage

The 70s vibe is continuing from Spring/Summer - HURRAH! New Look's Heritage edit sees classic prints like check, plaid and floral in colours like camel, mustard and rust. The key piece for this trend? A suede trench. We've fallen in love with this one. 

Winter Tribe

Winter Tribe is New Look's wintry take on boho. It's all about getting cosy in waterfall cardis and layering neutral shades and soft, chunky knitwear. Our must-have from the Winter Tribe collection is the Ombre Blanket Wrap. Snuggly!


Watch fashion director, blogger and all-round styling expert Natalie Hartley talk about New Look’s biggest AW15 trends and how to style them.

If you have already started mentally buying the whole collection, you're in luck, as we're giving away £500 New Look vouchers. Just enter the comp below!

 

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