In previous years, winter apparel was simple, focusing on either comfort and warmth or glitzy party wear. However, standards are rapidly changing, and fashion must continue to adapt to this new way of life. The 2020-2021 fashion trends were unveiled in February, but it’s now up to fashion fans to figure out how they’ll incorporate these looks into their daily lives. The main winter pieces, from leather to quilting to velvet flashes, aren’t new, but new conditions imply the styles will be worn differently than in previous years. Here are six winter trends to think about for the coming year.
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Winter will continue to reflect the era’s burnt oranges and olive tones, while perfecting designs like argyle and paisley. Whether you go all out like Gabriela Hearst in full corduroy suiting or keep it subtle with sharp collars and flared pants, paying homage to the period will be simple.
Leathers for Cold Weather
From Versace to Ferragamo, the workhorse fabric has become a no-brainer winter favorite. Invest in a buttery leather shirt dress to layer over a turtleneck on the coldest of days, or a slightly sloppy pant style to give any of your giant sweaters a new lease on life.
Piece of Puffer
Don’t rely exclusively on your outerwear to keep you warm. Make a fashion-forward puffer jacket an integral part of your outfit—even if it’s only for a corner store run—by taking a hint from the runways of Prada and Dior. Deep-set side pockets, tight waists, and non-traditional zipper placements are all elements to look for when tackling sub-zero temperatures in style.
The quilted style, which can be found on coats, skirts, and even shirts, will continue to please craft-obsessed fashionistas while also catering to our slumbering impulses. Play with quilted garments in neutral hues and fitted silhouettes to avoid twinning with your bedroom duvet.
Velvet Underground is a band from the United Kingdom.
With long-sleeve, ankle-grazing dresses and off-the-shoulder shifts, designers like Valentino and Chanel pushed one of winter’s most adored textiles to the forefront this season. Pair velvet items with kitten heels for a romantic look, or embrace your inner rocker with velvet wide-leg slacks and combat boots for a rocker vibe.
Bodycon Is Not Enough
We’ll always have a soft spot for warm sweaters, but designers have made a compelling case for figure-hugging dresses. Layer them under boyish blazers or go for a one-piece look. Choose raised materials and knee or calf-length styles to maintain your shapely numbers work appropriate.
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