10 Winter Fashion Trends We Love
With the arrival of winter, we of course had to share the trends of this season. In this very unusual year in the fashion world, read on to discover what trends we love for the winter of 2021!
This is the easiest trend of the season, you just have to have comfortable clothes and abuse the accessories. From Alexander McQueen to Brandon Maxwell, who offered elegant dresses hatched at one end of the spectrum, mixed with adult leather accessories. And Burberry where socks, skirts, coats, and headscarves by the exultant the house checks were used together.
As you may have seen on social media, the cardigan has become the new favorite piece of It Girls. We can find cardigans in the highest luxury brands as well as in fast-fashion brands. This piece is sure to be beloved amongst winter fashion trends for its ease of matching with your looks!
We have already seen XXL jackets and shearling jackets and raincoats and capes, but it was the soft women’s leather jackets that caught our attention. This year not only jackets but even leather pants and blouses!
The fringe considered a feminine symbol by many designers, this year was presented in skirts, blazers, and even in wallets. This style is best used with an advanced sense of determination.
When we talk about it, we automatically think about Chanel’s suits with her matching skirts. This year despite working at home, there is nothing better than showing up at the office with a new suit!
The Balloon Affair
When we talk about puffing sleeves at this station there is only one rule: more, more, and more! You can find everything from refined ruffles and lamb leg shapes at Max Mara to choux pastry puffs at Chanel and shoulder shelves at Isabel Marant.
Red, red, and more red!
If you are a fan of the red tone, then we have to talk about the Valentino brand, after all, no one uses and abuses this color like the Italian brand.
Fiery, unapologetic, it is worth investing in this season. After all, do you know anyone who doesn’t rock this color?
The Gold Standard
Gold, gold, and more gold, this is a trend that is here to stay. The February catwalks were filled with sparkling dresses from Tom Ford to Oscar de la Renta, stunning Celine day dresses and unique suits with armor inspired by the Joan of Arc.
If you previously thought you couldn’t wear your boyfriend’s clothes on the street, this year this has become a trend. The creative director of Givenchy put Bella Hadid (owner of this trend) in a combination of leather tie and white shirt from her Alyx collection.
If you like bolder looks then you have to know the bulbous creations at JW Anderson in cake dresses inspired by Marie Antoinette with a serious presence in Moschino, unexpected volumes have raised countless collections.
Words by Inês Vidal