MOST WEARABLE WINTER TRENDS
Are you starting to feel that chill in the air? While those long summer days may be sweet memories, why not use it as a perfect opportunity to hit refresh on your wardrobe and start building some on-trend outfits. With every new season comes a mountain of runway shows and shops full of new buys, both with a whirlwind of styles, shapes and colour combinations. This is definitely the season to experiment.
THE NEW DENIM RULES
This season designers have taken it to another level and reimagined the way we wear it. Customisation is key – embroidery, embellishments of floral and star motifs, frayed and cropped hems and layers of ruffles on dresses and shirts, it’s anything but safe. Make it unexpected and make it exciting.
Seen in shades of burnt orange, rich red, royal blue and emerald green through to subdued midnight blue and black tones. Be bold and go for a jumpsuit, dress, midi skirt or pant and jacket combo. Or ease into it with a velvet choker or chunky heel boot.
High volume ruffles cascade from the hip, cut across dresses, tops and skirts and are layered along hemlines and cuffs. But don’t think soft and sweet, the feminine frill goes modern with firm fabrics in clean block colours and black and white.
Traditional knits are now the key piece to build your look from work to weekend and in between. Cut out shoulder detail and off-the-shoulder styles transform cosy to chic and chunky oversize knits will instantly elevate a relaxed look.
The floral trend continues to bloom for winter, ensuring this ultra-feminine look stays firmly on the fashion radar. Too girlie for you? Prints have been given darker undertones. Layer the new soft embroidered maxis with a block colour rollneck knit, try an asymmetric hem or one shoulder style and make it tough-luxe with a contrast heavy boot and leather or denim jacket.