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11 Dec

Winter Fashion Trends

You might be all dressed up with nowhere to go – quite literally this winter – with the pandemic not seeming to have left with summer. However, its time we left the floral miniskirts behind and jumped into our classic knitted jumpers and Chelsea boots we pull out every year.  

I’ve got some winter staple recommendations you’ll need during our first winter pandemic, because if there is anything I’ve noticed this year, it’s that a good outfit can help lift your spirits at any time. 

So, as we get wrapped up and ready for the Christmas season, here are the trends to fall in love with this winter… 

Greetings Gold…

For this year’s Christmas party dress, it will still be full of sparkles, so don’t worry. But this year, were going all gold! 

With couture brands setting the way, Paco Rabanne revealed this gold chain statement this A/W show. This distinct number sets the bar high for the glistening gold gowns that are to come this season. 

Will you be wearing something so daring this year? (That is if were allowed to party!) 

Check Celebration…

This season, we will be celebrating check once again. With tartan being a recurring trend each year, there’s a whole new way to square up this year… Shackets are all we saw this Autumn and you’ll be glad to know its following through into winter, in thicker, cosier styles to keep you wrapped up this Christmas. 

This Christmas check will come in every style possible, making it the perfect statement piece this winter to throw other any outfit, for those days where you want styling to be a breeze. You can’t go wrong with with Zara, offering a range of woold blend oversized, overshirts With long cuff sleeves and patch pockets in plenty of colour choicesyou’ll find it hard to pick just one! The colour I’m loving this winter in the white with purple and green blend check 

Chunky Christmas Wellies  

Yes, you read that right, this winter were replacing our classic Chelsea boots for the chunky welly boot! Putting the strappy heels behind us, tis the boot season to be jolly!  

Chloe are leading the way this year with their ‘Betty Boot’, already seen on influencers such as Lissy Roddy. This festive boot is definitely practical for the snowy season and are great to style with any winter outfit; from black skinny jeans to those who brave a smock dress and tights. 

Leather Looks

Wherever you look this autumn/winter, you’re guaranteed to find some leather. We were all falling for leather trousers this autumn, but winter has new ideas for us… Flares, taking the leather leg look to a whole new level.  

Scottish influencer, Emily Shak, styles a pair of rich brown flares here with Perspex heels and a white top, creating an elegant evening outfit for this winter. Easily paired with a big Winter coat, this sophisticated yet simple shapwill be the new sexy symbol this season.  


Which trend will you be wrapped up in this winter? 
Georgia Rhodes

Georgia Rhodes is an editorial assistant, freelance writer and fashion student. (Yes, somehow she tackles all three!) She covers lifestyle, fashion, news and beauty. Writing for digital publications, she has landed internships at Marie Claire, Glamour and CR Fashion Book.

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