There’s a chill in the air and our fashion squad is already ready to show us how to achieve the winter look with the existing pieces in your wardrobe.Spotted at the runways and streets, look at the latest winter fashion trends that every IT girl will be seen wearing this festive season.
Among a lot of other opulent fabrics at the runways, this luxe fabric has dominated Paris and New York Fashion Weeks and can be easily teamed up with your day wear. Boots, dresses and clutches, you name it and it’s in trend. Team it up with statement earrings and knuckle-ring to make those heads turn at the party.
Tip: Choose the velvet in bright color to be experimental.
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The shoulder-baring silhouette has been a trend in 2016 and shows absolutely no signs of going off in 2017. One-shoulder, cold shoulder or off shoulder, there are plenty of ways to rock this one. Pair them up with choker to accentuate your collar bones.
Give them a cold-shoulder, ladies!
Power ‘Puff’ Girls! (Puffer Jacket over Party pants)
Just like leather jackets, the puffer jacket is one of the trendiest investments to make this winter. This ‘Athleisure’ trend is perfect to mix glamour with practicality. And yeah, the bigger, the better.
Glam it up with minimalistic jewelry to add an edgy look.
Like I ‘Layer’!
Wear all your clothes this winter. No, we aren’t kidding and we are certainly not limiting layering to two layers. For starters, rock the trend with a button-down shirt and then of course, cardigan and the trench-coat and the muffler. Add as many layers to achieve the look and stay warm.
While you’re at it, stack on a lot of rings and text-brooches that speak your mind. Like this one ‘Dressed to Kill’.
Dress over jeans
Sounds absurd? BUT take our word, the dress-over-jeans is going to be THE trend this season. Forget your tights and prep up for the day with shoulder-grazing earrings and a trendy ring.
We bring to you a budget-friendly guide to party dressing.
TIP: You can also try over the knee boots instead of leggings.
Say Buy Buy to 2016 and hello to 2017 with these trends.
Wish you a very Happy New Year!