October is coming to a close, and although you’re probably busy planning your outfits for Halloween and deciding on which parties to attend, the gradual drop in temperature is telling us that it’s time to start thinking about what to wear in the upcoming cold weather season.

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Though there are many fabulous trends coming up this Fall/Winter 2017, we suggest you begin with the checked pattern as it’s very versatile and will mix easily with your current wardrobe during the transitional weather period. What’s better? This fall, plaids and checks can not only be found on the heavily trending double breasted blazers, but also on everything else from coat to dresses, jumpers, skirts, and even belts. Scroll down to find some of our favourite pieces.

1

Rosie Assoulin is known for her creative and feminine takes on classic tailoring, and this wool jacket — made from double-faced wool in a Glen plaid — is a beautiful example. It combines a relatively classic design on the right side, with a looser, draped version on the left, and is finished off with grosgrain ties to define the waist.

HK$16,545 from Net-a-porter

2

Cut from sculpting wool in a Glen plaid, Tibi‘s ‘Chester’ corset is designed to be layered over blazers and dresses  for a stylish and innovative way to work in the season’s heritage trend.

HK$2,905 from Net-a-porter

3

Fashioned in Italy from a sumptuous blend of tonal brown and blue checked virgin wool, this striking turtleneck jumper by Stella McCartney offers an elevated streetwear vibe that conveys a strong, sharp and confident attitude.

HK$8,276 from Farfetch

 

4

Straight from the FW17 runway, this checked tweed mini skirt by Off-White is cut from black and white tweed and features the label’s exaggerated two-way zip through the back.

HK$4,755 from Net-a-porter

5

This fall, instead of going for the usual 90s grunge, designers are opting for 1970s-inspired suit designs. Joseph has made a strong case with these cream, black, red and blue Prince of Wales-checked Ferrandi trousers, which sit high on the waist and fall into wide legs that neatly hit at the ankles.

HK$2,374 from Matchesfashion

6

Fleur du Mal‘s plaid wrap strapless top features a curve contouring design for a flattering body shape. Layer it over with a plain white shirt for a neat, contemporary look.

HK$2,003 from Farfetch

7

Cut in a figure-hugging silhouette, this checked woven dress by Victoria Beckham is highlighted by its flattering sweetheart neckline and chunky silver zip through the back. Try yours with heels or layered over a tee with sneakers on for more casual days.

HK$15,440 from Net-a-porter

Cindie Chan
Style Editor
Fashion blogger turned editor, Cindie has spent over seven years covering all things stylish in the digital world. When she’s not busy poring over the latest covetable releases or attending the most talked-about fashion events in town, you’ll find her enjoying some precious downtime with her newborn son and sweet dog Rosy.