Trends come and go, and many of them complete a cycle, as we all know. It is the same this Winter. The suggestions provided below can help you venture out in the chilly weather looking stylish if you’re trying to enhance your winter wardrobe with only a few key pieces or new silhouettes.
1. Extra-large outerwear
Oversized silhouettes are unquestionably in, as evidenced by the prevalence of trench coats, puffers, and blazers.
Everyone has embraced the cosy, slouchy upsizing à la The Frankie Shop and Camilla and Marc, as shown below, from local designers to international runways to street style enthusiasts. Whether it’s a boxy, enormous blazer with exaggerated shoulders, a roomy cocoon coat that falls below the knee, or a bomber jacket with streetwear influences that is larger than life.
Tonal Dressing 2.
Tonal dressing has advanced significantly. Choose one colour and base your entire ensemble on it, experimenting with texture and fabric to make one piece stand out from the others. Having complementary accessories shows even more dedication to the style!
You may interpret this trend in any colour you like, but for me, neutral colours like black, grey, taupe, and camel work best. Here are several pictures for ideas, one of which has our very own stylist Loré wearing matching indigo and navy jeans.
3. Bulky Knit Clothing
A cosy, roomy sweater is still a major style for Winter 22 despite seeming like an obvious pick for the colder months. The wonderful thing about a statement jumper is that it can be worn on its own; you can pair it with your favourite pair of jeans, a midi skirt, or even a maxi dress without needing to do anything else. You can complete a nice winter look by adding some boots.
Although I myself like a turtleneck, the options listed below are suitable for people who prefer less hassle around their neck.
We’ve all certainly owned (and still probably own) a leather jacket, but the range of leather clothing and the “kind” of leather available has grown throughout time. There is truly something for everyone in 2022, whether you favour synthetic leather or real leather.
Leather is a terrific way to add interest because of its smooth texture, which blends in beautifully with knits, silks, and cottons. Furthermore, the fabric is quite transseasonal. Consider wearing a leather shirt, skirt, or pant this winter.
5. Big-toed Boots
The chunky boot is one shoe trend that is still popular today. It’s time to dust out any old Doc Martens you may still have stashed in the back of your closet. Or, for a new, contemporary look, you might add a new boot style to your winter outfit.
Although black boots might seem to be the standard, the non-black options listed below can just give your winter wardrobe the refresh it needs.
6. Dark Chocolate
This winter, do yourselves a favour and stock up on chocolate! In order to coat myself up like a box of chocolates, I can’t wait for Melbourne’s temperature to finally drop. I adore chocolate brown!
This winter, I can’t wait to wear my Toteme Monogram Wool Scarf!