With the coldest months upon us, it may time to buy a few more cold weather clothes. Retailers, like Fashion World have plenty of coats, boots, hats and scarves in stock, which means that you will easily be able to find what you need. Here is a quick round up of some of the cold weather clothing trends that will keep you looking stylish until the spring.
2018/19 winter coat trends
Top of the list has to be a good coat. If you do not already own one, you are sure to like at least one on the following styles that are currently on trend.
These down filled coats are ideal for the winter months. They are relatively lightweight, yet keep you surprisingly warm. In fact, some of them are so light that you could actually wear yours under a wool or trench coat. Keep an eye out for the reversible ones, which offer particularly good value for money.
The teddy coat
If you are not a fan of faux fur, but do enjoy wearing something that is warm and snugly, a teddy coat, could be the perfect answer, for you. They look amazingly stylish and have a nice fun vibe going on. The pile fabric is very good at attracting and trapping the heat close to your body, so you should feel warm whatever the weather does.
The Savile Row look
If you want a more formal, look go for one of the menswear-inspired coat designs. There are quite a few different coats that fall into this category. But, a particular favourite is the long double-breasted coat. These are super smart and very stylish. A look that is perfect for the commute to the office, especially on very cold days. They are mostly made from 100% wool fabrics in traditional patterns like houndstooth.
2018/19 boot trends
It is particularly important to keep your feet warm and dry. So, it is always a good idea to have a pair of sturdy, yet fashionable, boots to wear.
If you mostly wear jeans and trousers, it makes sense to wear short boots. This year, you get to choose between combat styling, figure-hugging ankle boots and flat ankle boots. They are all super comfortable and because they hug the foot closely will provide a little extra support for your foot. If you want something a little different keep an eye out for the highly coloured and sculptural boots that some designers are currently offering.
Longer more formal boots
On the other hand, if your plan is to mainly wear dresses and skirts, you will need a longer pair of boots. This year, two main styles dominate, over the knee and knee high. Both could work, so the best approach is to try a few pairs on and go with the ones that you feel most comfortable wearing.
Hats, scarves and gloves
Don’t forget to finish things off by buying yourself a hat, scarf and gloves. Even if you do not wear them all the time, it is a good idea to have them available to use on particularly cold days. This year, the big trend is making your own, something that is far easier to do than you think. There are tons of tutorials available online. This guide shows you how to make 50 different designs.
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