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7 Winter Fashion Trends to Keep On Your Radar

7 Winter Fashion Trends to Keep On Your Radar

It seems like only yesterday when the fashion world was having a field day with fall’s unapologetic florals, giant bags, and pointed shoes. But with winter now in full swing, we’re welcoming a new set of “It” clothes, some refreshed styles, and seasonal colors.

Whether you’re looking to jump on the bandwagon or simply need new outfit ideas, here are some winter fashion trends to keep on your radar.

Fair Isle

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Named after the tiny island in northern Scotland where it originated from, fair isle is a knitting technique used to create patterns with various colors. Despite its humble beginnings, fashion experts Creators Syndicate have labeled it as the pattern of the year. While typically found on sweaters, it can also be seen on turtlenecks, cardigans, and knit dresses.

Capes

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Last winter, it was all about futuristic fashion and shiny fabrics, as seen in February’s New York Stock Exchange 2018 collection. This year, brands are still focusing on luxe and dramatics but with a twist. No longer reserved for comic books, capes have found their way to high-fashion runways and store racks. They’re actually easier to style than you think, like this cream cape from Goodnight Macaroon paired with skinny jeans and heels.

Leather Trench Coats

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Trench coats have always been a winter favorite, but we’re now seeing them take center stage as a statement piece, instead of ordinary outerwear. Take your cue from Amal Clooney who was spotted donning a trench coat, in full leather. Even if it came in a seemingly neutral brown, she proved that trench coats can very much elevate your entire outfit.

Structured Pants

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Despite how tempting it is to live in your cozy pajamas in this cold weather, a sleek pair of pants will add something a little extra to your wardrobe. With all the bulky coats and slouchy sweaters you’ll be wearing, you’ll need to balance it out when it comes to your bottoms. These straight-leg pants from Woman Within come in a sophisticated yet casual silhouette that will look great with a loose top or outerwear. Bonus: they come in soft cotton to mimic the comfort of sweatpants, so no need to worry about feeling stiff.

Tonal Dressing

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If you’re not too keen on mixing and matching, then you can simply keep it streamlined with tonal colors. Just because it’s tonal, doesn’t mean you have to stick to monotone blacks and browns. You can totally pull off an all-pastel outfit if you want. The trick is to keep everything in the same color family, so you should try combining different shades of purple, green, red, or any other hue that’s popular this time of year.

Rubber Sole Boots

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With all that snow lining the sidewalks, heels are perhaps the most uncomfortable footwear choices you can make. Instead, it’s time to bust out the rubber sole boots, as they’re incredibly practical. Fashion writer Andrea Hannah explains that rubber soles are great at keeping water out, so feel free to dive into the snow as you please.

Fur Bags

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No other piece screams “holiday fashion” than fur garments. And this year, it’s all about fur bags. These statement pieces are incredibly chic and can instantly upgrade your look. If you don’t want to go for full fur, you can always go for accessories lined with shearling, with this purse from Chanel as a classic example.

And there you have it! Whether you’re the type to play with textures or keep it simple, this year’s winter trends will definitely have something for you. That way, you’ll be strutting into those holiday parties in style.

Nineteenth-Century Futuristic Fashion ~ Calvin Klein

Nineteenth-Century Futuristic Fashion ~ Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein’s chief creative officer, Raf Simons, brings the past and the future together for autumn winter 2018. Simons presents a runway reminiscent of a 19th-century farm with futuristic clothing at the New York Stock Exchange.

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The runway presents to take the audience a back to a time when winters were harsh and required survivability. The fashion brings a strong sense of winter and cold. The sweaters are an upgrade from the big loose sweaters to a more tight-fitting look.

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The menswear in the collection has the stylish dual squared button-secured front pockets and larger collars. There is a strong layering continuing with turtlenecks and several coats on some of the models.

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Calvin Klein NYFW

The coats for the collection come from the firefighter coats they wear when fighting a fire. They are longer to cover more during the long cold winter days. The accessories include stocking ski caps that are hand-woven cover the head, ears, and some of the face. Gloves are a nice addition. They cover mid-forearm for continued protection from the winter winds. The runway, covered with popcorn, adds to the sense of a fluffy winter wonderland.

The womenswear runway collection brings a strong futuristic feel to the 19th-century clothing. Taking the older cuts and fabrics bringing them to the modern world. A favorite women’s piece is one where the older collar cut and the fabric made into a sexy pantsuit.

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Simons, a Belgian fashion designer, continues to change the look and feel of Calvin Klein. His shows continue to be the talk of the town and a big influence. He takes bold statements and stories creating a collection that is a strong runway. He is challenging fashion in new ways.  He states, “I don’t want to show clothes, I want to show my attitude, my past, present, and future. I use memories and future visions and try to place them in today’s world.” He has accomplished that with this autumn winter 2018 collection.

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