The winter is just about upon us right now, and there is, obviously, a huge demand to stay cosy and trendy. This means its about time you overhauled your wardrobe, and put the summer clothing away. Top of your requirements as the winter rolls into town is a jacket or coat that keeps you warm but does not compromise on style.
Here is a look at some trending sartorial patterns for this winter;
Multi-coloured faux fur seems to be the signature statement of the winter. Most of the new designs out there are expressive and use colour-blocking as an element of design. This makes them more than just the usual winter garb. When you go out shopping for a faux fur, emphasise on multi-coloured designs. Multi coloured designs give you the kind of leverage everyone craves when it comes to choosing what the top needs to go with.
Right about now, everyone owns a trench or a variation thereof. This timeless attire has always been a timeless staple for winter for so long now it might even be considered zany by some. The good news, however, is that there is a new twist to the classic every winter, allowing you to find something that keeps you classy. Beige, cream or any other mild colour will work wonders with the weather.
The boyfriend blazer comes across as cute without too much effort. It gives off an aura of relaxed elegance. Even better, it is the sort of blazer that works to elevate the status of everything else you were it with. Go for sharp cuts with quilts and settle for colours that go with the type of vibe you are looking to project.
Retro Sports Jackets
If multiple logos, mesh panelling and lots of neon are your thing, then this one is for you. This 90’s look has been making a comeback, and what a comeback it has been! Retro sports jackets are spot on with their throwback designs and cosiness, so you might want to grab one yourself for the winter.
These ones come in sparkles, which is the reason some people are staying off them. After all, sparkly wear is considered only appropriate for parties, and parties take place in the summer. The truth is that a sparkly trophy jacket is great for winter day wear especially if worn alongside boots and knotted dresses.
However unforgiving the cold of winter is, it shouldn’t deny you the opportunity to look good and feel comfortable while at it. Go for a mix of the warm and mild spectra in order to stay distinguished at all times. A good idea would be to start with jackets and coats that go well with what you already have in your closet and move on from there.