Maybe you’ll find them on sale, maybe you even already own them, because I get the feeling this year’s winter has been all about trends that are not only beautiful and wearable, but also very feminine. I oftentimes miss the feminine side in all of us, because we seem to be trapped in male and comfortable trends, jeans and low boots, but that’s just because we work all kinds of crazy hours and simply don’t have enough time to ourselves. With minimum effort and a good measure of refined taste, however, we can accomplish a lot. I chose five winter looks for you, all of which are the high trend right now, and they’re wearable; I hope you’ll like them.
Head-to-toe in the shape of an elegant pant suit or perhaps just the trousers or just the blazer, whichever you prefer. Velvet is a gorgeous material and we’ll keep seeing it next year, so indulge in some. Velvet brooches are new to the stage, usually a bow with a pendant, very beautiful and perfect to create awesome stylings.
In the form of a coat, blazer or pants. There are matching sets, but they tend to be rather demanding, so my advice is to break up the whole. Tartan is timeless and elegant, very wintery and extremely wearable, so you won’t regret investing in a few pieces with this evergreen pattern. Stick to brown, because it’s classic and wonderful.
It’s going through a revival, though, admittedly, never advised head-to-toe. Trench, jacket, trousers, bow blouse, or just an accessory, such as shoes, bag, or belt. All of them attractive and wearable, so just keep in mind that animal prints are icing on the cake that we’re always looking for. It also gives you a confidence boost, doesn’t it?
It seems to me that belts have been overlooked for years and we’ve nearly forgotten all about them. Gucci ensured that we’ve fallen in love with the initialed buckle all over again, although it doesn’t have to be a brand belt, not at all. It can simply be a discreet one, or a colorful one over the jacket, so the body is in focus and the curves are more noticeable.
I sincerely hope you’ve lost all fear of glitter, because there’s nothing to be afraid of, and you certainly know that it is not meant only for evening wear. Glitter is a way to…well, shine and isn’t that every woman’s goal? A glittery blazer, for example, is an excellent purchase, and so is simple knitwear or jeans, shoes, and bags with some shiny detail on them. Be daring, you won’t regret it!
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