The owner of a Harborough fashion boutique is forecasting a trend of vivid colours and bold patterns for the coming autumn. Gill Haynes, owner of independent clothing retailer Jacks for Women, made the prediction after attending several buyers’ shows across the region during the summer months.
The new collections have started arriving at Jacks and will continue to do so throughout the autumn/winter season, featuring pieces in a range of bright colours and fabrics in contrast to the more traditional greys and blacks.
“We may have experienced a gloomy summer but this winter’s fashion will be in direct contrast to its dark nights, with splashes of orange, red and pink brightening the conventional dull shades worn at this time of year,” explains Gill “This summer’s trend of heavily patterned silks and jerseys looks set to maintain its popularity, but will be made more seasonal by the use of chunky knits to add layers.”
The new collections at Jacks for Women have been specifically chosen based on Gill’s predictions and include practical cold weather wear such as a range of winter coats, from German clothing company Concept K. The collection also includes Danish brands Noa Noa and S’NOB de Noblesse, which are on trend with bold prints and chunky knitwear.
‘We are finding that many of our customers are attracted to the brighter pieces in this year’s collections,” comments Gill. “I think people are eager to break up the dark colours that traditionally dominate this season. When selecting the new ranges, we made sure that they complement our existing favourites, whilst offering something different that can’t easily be found on the high street. With brands such as Elisa Cavaletti and Save the Queen, our clothes are as unique as the people who wear them.”
Jacks for Women opened 12 years ago on Church Street, Market Harborough, expanding soon after to open a second shop in Oundle. In addition to a wide range of European clothing collections, they also stocks shoes, bags and accessories. For more information on Jacks’ collections please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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