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Leather-on-leather, mismatched prints and supersized knits may wear well on the catwalk but working them into your everyday wardrobe often proves tricky.
While wearing a head-to-toe Mary Karantzou ensemble may look fashion fabulous in Milan, it is likely to hit a bum note in the boardroom.
So how do we be make the transition from runway ready to high street wearable?
We ask stylists Justine King and Sarah Blake for tips on tackling this autumn's tricker trends.
First up, Justine offers this sophisticated take on equestrian prints.
"I think that a lot of women find the equestrian trend is either too young or too girlie. What I did with our first look was to show how you can wear it in a sophisticated way."
Horse print silk blouse from Oasis. Cost: €75
This long sleeved silk shirt features horse prints throughout the fabric and has a contrast collar and front placket.
"With print, unless you are fashion forward and want to go print-on-print, I would suggest teaming it with a block colour. I then teamed it with the block pencil skirt."
Ponte pencil skirt from Oasis. Cost: €37
This knee length ponte pencil skirt zips at the back and is finished at the waist with a bow detail belt.
Next, printed trousers maybe all over the high street this season but busy patterns are not always forgiving on our bums and tums.
"Women can be afraid of printed trousers if they are anyway hip or leg conscious. I would suggest maybe going up a size to ensure that they fit comfortably on the leg as well. The key to this trend is keeping with a subtle print, which is what I have done here with our second look. It has a mix of darker colours, a muted dark green with purple tartan without it being too in your face," says Justine.
Tartan check trouser from Oasis. Cost: €56
These flood length trousers have PU detailing around the pockets and are available in sizes eight through to 16.
Justine then pared back the pattern with this soft taupe coloured blouse.
"I then teamed them with this full-sleeved embellished top, which is also perfect for the party season."
Embellished collar pintuck top from Oasis. Cost: €69
This long sleeved top has pintuck detailing down the front with gem embellishment on its collar and also features button down detailing down the back.
Sarah then offers this take on this season's luxe leather trend.
"The head-to-toe leather look is a fashion forward trend but the way to do it is to mix different textures. The look that I put together today has the waxed covered berry jeans. Berry is another big trend this season."
Biker coated skinny jeans from Oasis. Cost: €69
These skinny jeans have a coated finish to the body and biker zip detailing to the front.
They are machine washable and are also available in khaki and black.
Sarah then coupled the skinny jeans with a slimming faux leather top.
"The top is a pleather top and has a fantastic shape. It also skims nicely over the hips and tummy areas."
Faux leather shell top from Oasis. Cost: €44
This sleeveless pleather top has a contrasting fabric on its reverse side and fits neatly under this quilted faux leather jacket, streamlining your silhouette.
"Because they are all different textures, they work really well together," adds Sarah.
Quilted faux leather bomber jack from Oasis. Cost €75
For more on trend looks, click on the video above or alternatively visit www.oasis-stores.com