Fashion can be crazy. We’ve all seen and heard stories about bloggers and fashion influencers running on the streets of New York during Fashion Week in the highest and most uncomfortable heels ever, or choosing strappy sandals in -10 degrees weather, passing out because of hypothermia.
Luckily, this season there are weather appropriate trends that will keep you warm and stylish at the same time!
Combat boots go very well with almost everything, and you don’t need more than skinny jeans and leather coat to pull them off. But they will work great with flowery midi dress and trench combo (Anna inspired), or pleated skirt and knitted vest. It’s the biggest blessing for me, as my feet won’t stand high heels for more than few hours (and by few, I mean the number really close to 1).
Straight legged trousers are my personal winner, when it comes to trends this season. They are a big statement themselves and can play main role in the outfit, but can play a great basic at the same time, paired with statement ruffled top or PCV boots. Leather goods can definitely be a bigger investments, but it’s always good to check your local second hand shops for unique designs!
Who would predict that cosy knitted co-ords will happen to be one of the sexiest trends in 2020? Style it with a boxy office bag or a statement sneakers to complement your knit matching situation. Knits can feel baggy, so if you want to accent your curves, wrap heavy belt or simply tuck your top in the bottoms. And I would’ve forgotten – you can style them separately, preferably with other trends mentioned!
Surprisingly, cardigan had its’ biggest moment last Summer, when lots of Instagram models, including Bella Hadid, posted tones of pictures wearing micro knits as tops. This Winter season it evolved into a chunky, heavy cardigan, serving its’ desired purpose – making us extra cosy and warm in the rainy or snowy times.
Vests are another surprisingly practical trend that appeared this season. Going the classic way, you can style them with an oversized shirt and wool palazzo trousers. But I see them mixed with all the trends I mentioned on this post – oversized and chunky, with matching knitted top underneath, paired with leather trousers and combat boots.