With summer fashion styles and ranges being the most celebrated out of all the seasons in a year, many people forget that winter and autumn also features great ranges. Many consider dark colours to be the only option throughout the winter period. But many don’t realise there is much greater styles and ranges out there this time of year. Fashion is always changing and evolving and this includes during the winter months.
Winter 2012 Fashion Trends
The recurring themes this winter are around classy, sexy and classical clothes. That help provide a little bit extra warmth. Hence the common trends being placed around jackets and coats.
Maxi coats for example provide a long and sleek appearance whilst sheltering you from nature. Combine this with heels or boots to help lift yourself from the ground and adding more height. Although super chic, they also provide high usability and versatility any time during the autumn and winter months. Although darker colours are more common consider trying a lighter colour this season.
Another winter trend this year is leather. And not just leather jackets but also leather skirts and trousers. Again providing warmth and very tough materials that provide class and elegance. Don’t just consider going for a black jacket, think about mixing different colours. Such as a red leather skirt with heels and a denim jacket. As with chinos becoming in fashion for men, this provides not just the typical denim jeans but also red, grey and also yellow colours into their option of colours. Much similar to leather. Instead of going for the typical black consider red as suggested or even green.
Finally, although you will most likely be hanging up your sunglasses as the key summer accessory. You can celebrate knowing they can be replaced with hats, scarves and gloves. As always these are considered key winter essentials, along with allowing for personalisation.
Chunky knit hats and scarves prove very popular. Faux-fur scarves are also the rage and warm. Beanie hats are also easy to find and prove successful against the cold. Combined with contrasting womens winter coats can prove a great winter look.
Although keeping up to date with current trends is important for those looking to be as stylish as possible. Its vital that personalisation can shine beyond this. With adding your own accessories or even mixing up a few styles and colours this winter can really set yourself apart form everyone else.
Remember that high street retailers are providing high quality combined with high speed turnaround, which can match the styles and designers of much more known brands.