Winter fashion trends are always changing. The season is changing and it’s time that you adapt with the trend or watch it being slowly replaced by something else entirely. This is what happens every year, as fashion becomes a changing thing in fashion cycles repeat themselves and what was hot last winter becomes tacky this year. However, it’s the unpredictability of these changes that make winter so exciting.
It was very common for winter dresses to be black in colour and a little tight around the waist. The trend has now moved on, and winter wardrobe’s have become more colourful. Gone are the days of a black dress, a white t-shirt and big boots. This year, wear whatever you want, just don’t stick to the old fashion and be safe.
You will notice that there are many more colours and prints being used this year. Colour plays a big part in any wardrobe. Some choose dark colours such as black or navy, which can give any outfit that extra bit of style. Others opt for bright, colourful printed clothing to add a splash of colour. Whatever you choose, ensure that it complements your winter wardrobe. For example, if you are wearing a light blue coat but you pair it with brightly coloured leggings and a tweed scarf, it will look out of place.
Think about patterns and textures too. If you are wearing a long, thick jacket, it doesn’t mean that you should wear a pair of long, thin winter boots. Try to find a balance between the two. Also, this year, don’t be afraid to mix patterns and textures; they can work wonders when used correctly.
New colours and prints are popping up all over the city. There are many more hues being paired with different fabrics than there were in previous years. The bold and electric blues and greys are looking more popular. Navy blue has taken the limelight but stay away from metallic colours as they can be cold and can make you feel cold. But, if you want to add some colour to an outfit, then you should consider a patterned top or a printed jacket, for example.
The 21st century fashion trend is full of bright, vibrant colours. So, next time you head out shopping, try to think outside the box. Go for something a little different, but in a stylish and flattering way.