Win­ter Fash­ion

Win­ter fash­ion suc­cess Don’t let the change in tem­per­a­ture com­pro­mise your fash­ion.

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Win­ter may be soon ap­proach­ing but this doesn’t mean your sense of style has to be com­pro­mised by the chang­ing tem­per­a­tures. 2013 sees pop­u­lar trade­mark pieces from pre­vi­ous sea­sons re­turn­ing plus new fash­ion trends com­ing on stream. Lay­er­ing is the big thing this sea­son as it gives us all a chance to wear dif­fer­ent colours. This lay­ered look can be achieved by wear­ing chunky knitwear over lighter lay­ers. Cardi­gans and jumpers in choco­late brown or oat­meal beige are ex­tremely com­fort­able and en­sure that you’re u¨ ber stylish on those cold, dark nights. Leather is a trend that re­turns each year and this win­ter sea­son is no dif­fer­ent. For those of you who want to get in touch with your in­ner rock god­dess, then a leather dress is a siz­zling op­tion. For a night out on the tiles, fem­i­nine chic is the dom­i­nant look for win­ter. Dresses of all kinds con­tinue to be very pop­u­lar this sea­son and will fash­ion­able through to

Cardi­gans and jumpers in choco­late brown or oat­meal beige are ex­tremely com­fort­able and en­sure that you’re u¨ber stylish on those cold,

dark nights.

the sum­mer. For you shoe ad­dicts out there, make sure you’ve picked your­self up a pair of an­kle peep toe boots. Black suede is right on trend and of course the higher the heel, the hot­ter. Pur­ple is the must-have colour of the sea­son. Pur­ple is the colour for win­ter, from lighter li­lac tones to deep pur­ples. It’s the new black and it’s go­ing to be every­where. Tu­nics con­tinue to be trendy as the win­ter looms. Th­ese can be worn with opaque tights or leg­gings. You can match tu­nics with what­ever you like and wear them day or night.

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