If there’s one thing we can say about this year’s winter fashion trends, it’s that they were created to be in a good mood. Fashion designers reacted quickly to the changes our world has faced, sewing samples from scraps of fabric and improvising with digital tracks. This proactive energy continues as we see the bright and daring ideas that have graced recent shows. And our winter wardrobes look set to be nothing short of optimistic. Let those pops of color, eye-catching prints, vintage-inspired comebacks and more become your perfect excuse to go out. With a plethora of options to explore, all you have to worry about is which trend to start with.
The geometry course is in session
Bold colors and shapes create striking prints that will instantly add joy to your winter wardrobe. With black coats as a staple for the cooler months, try adding a bold piece to the mix. Bonus points for mixing and matching prints.
Pictured: Christopher John Rogers, David Koma, Christian Dior
Artemis Deco long dress
This flowy maxi dress is expertly designed with a strategically placed kick to both the skirt and sleeves. The best part is you can start wearing it now and take it out in the winter by adding tall boots and leather gloves.
Black / white geometric tie-up blouse
We love the pure feel of a tied blouse when it’s wrapped around the neck. An easy wardrobe staple for office wear, that doubles as a perfect weekend top too.
The clash of colors
The rules of traditional fashion are being challenged right now, as our Instagram feeds and catwalks have convinced us that a combination of saturated hues might not be such a bad idea. Pink and fluorescent orange, purple and sunny yellow, green and cobalt blue, the possibilities are endless. It’s been a tough year (or two) and brightening up your wardrobe is an easy opportunity to bring some color into your life.
Pictured: Acne Studios, Stella McCartney, Jacquemus
The phrase Orange is the new black has taken on new meaning this year. We take our black-on-black layers off our New Yorker and trade them in for the brightest of the brightest. Wear this sunny shade all year round to bring a smile to your face.
Straight-leg wool-blend pants
An added surprise factor is always a good idea, so investing in a pair of brightly colored pants is sure to pay off. Mix and match this pair with bright blue, neon orange, hot pink, or any color that suits you to achieve the look we are interested in.
You might be surprised that we suggest you pair your favorite skirt with tailored pants, but listen to us. After spotting the trend on catwalks, street style stars and celebrity snaps, we’re on board. The extra length provided by flared pants elongates your body and adds versatility to your wardrobe. You can wear your skirts and dresses all year round with this simple style tip.
Pictured: Chanel, Fendi, Louis Vuitton
Charlotte check dress
A straight dress is a great place to start if you are looking for a dress silhouette that will look good with your pants. We would wear this one with loose jeans, fitted and flared pants or even a cropped pair on the warmer days.
Organic cotton and SeaCell Blend flared pants
Instantly lengthen your legs with this fit and flare style that does it all. Going from day to night with ease with the right accessories, these pants are a versatile piece that you’re sure to wear a million times over.
The après-ski is only the tipping point. We wear ski equipment before, during and after hitting the slopes. It’s an over-the-top approach to athleisure that brings exhilarating sport into your everyday life. Oversized quilted coats, matching snow pants, goggles and patterned knits will do the trick.
Pictured: Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel
Silver And Black Ski Sunglasses
Start with a pair of sunglasses that can protect your eyes from the harsh winter weather that might come your way. The instant freshness factor applies here.
Keep in touch Sweater
The maximalist sweaters inspired by après-ski clothing have now found their place in our everyday wardrobe. Anything as nice as a warm hug deserves a special place in our wardrobe.
Matching sets aren’t just for summer. And with the onset of cold weather and the influx of leather, why not try a head-to-toe leather look. Whether you’re heading back to the office, heading out for the weekend, or getting ready for a night out, the durable fabric will keep you protected whatever the weather. The highlight will be the quality of these items as separate pieces.
Courtesy: Hermès, Off-White, Givenchy
Your return to the office wardrobe is incomplete without a matching leather set, and this top, half the set, is exactly what the doctor ordered. Leave a few buttons unbuttoned to wear this piece day or night.
Midi skirt in sculpted leather
Don’t be fooled into the myth that skirts are only for summer. We love to pair our lunch with waders, which makes them essential without the season.
Elevate your handshakes
Whatever the weather, the trend that will keep you warm and elevate your look is a long leather glove. Extend your arms and add drama to every look by simply adding this versatile accessory to your repertoire. Our favorite way to wear gloves is with a short sleeve blouse for a new way to make the most of the pieces you already have.
Pictured: Eudon Choi, Jil Sander, Erdem
Long leather gloves do it just for us. We imagine ourselves wearing them to add an elegant touch to our afternoon lunch or tea time.
While sparkle and shine are usually reserved for parties and special events, the style tips we’ve adopted on recent runway shows have convinced us otherwise. When paired with casual jeans, the shimmer can look great in daylight. Expert layering under vests, trench coats and blazers create an elevated look.
Pictured: Céline, Isabel Marant, Ami
Sequin crop top
The subtle amount of glitter in this top is exactly what we’re looking for. Wear it under a trench coat during the day or take it to the next level with a miniskirt at night.
Being dramatic is in our blood, so when the big fashion houses tell us to add volume to our fur coats, we easily oblige. Bring all the stuffed animals! We suggest you choose between a style that hits the floor or an ultra-cropped silhouette to flatter your figure. Imagine yourself as Margot Tenenbaum on steroids.
Pictured: Fendi, Dion Lee, Burberry
Duffel Coat Shearling Shell White
We guarantee you endless comfy coffee runs and walks in the park when you have a coat like this. Larger than life, it has a well-placed belt that keeps you from looking like a marshmallow. Something so sweet is a real luxury.
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If you’re a pop culture fanatic, you might already be familiar with this trend of Kanye West’s infamous night camp clothes that he wore in preparation for his release. Donda album. A few months ago, we first spotted this emerging trend on the catwalks of our favorite designers. It has appeared in many forms, such as an oversized hoodie, a tight-fitting ski suit, fabric draped over the head, and even the classic babushka. All we know is keep our heads warm while the winter months have become a trend, and our immune system is there for that.
Pictured: Eudon Choi, Balenciaga, Azzedine Alaia
An easy way to dip your toes into this cozy trend is to try this wool hoodie from JW Anderson, which will quickly replace your beanie obsession. Covering your hair is an easy way to beat the bad hair days.
This lightweight knit is like a second skin. Under your favorite sweater and a trench coat, you’ll have an extra layer of mystery on your side.
At first glance, wearing a light, sheer ensemble doesn’t make a lot of sense for the winter months, but think again. When layered to perfection, this trend will become the on-trend look for your night out. Try choosing a knitted fabric, maxi skirt, or turtleneck to turn your sheer pieces into winter essentials.
Pictured: Fendi, Christian Dior, Sacai
Zsa transparent blouse Zsa
This sheer blouse is a must have for the evening. When planning an outfit around a top like this, you can’t go wrong. For us, we’ll just add our favorite blue jeans, tall boots, and head out the door.
Sheer plaid skirt
You’ll feel like a spinning princess in this full skirt. The transparent details set it apart from the rest. Wear it with a chunky knit at the office or a flattering bodysuit for dinner.
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