Wondering what pieces should liven up your wardrobe with in the new year? Then be sure not to miss the hot trends of this winter. In their FW 2020/21 shows, leading designers made it very clear what will be in fashion this season. Don't have leather, faux fur, velvet, trendy quilting, a puffer jacket or a yellow model in your wardrobe yet? You should fix that as soon as possible! These pieces will keep you warm and spice up your outfit!
Whether you go for a coat, pants, shorts, top, dress or skirt, leather will always look great. Besides, it's no secret that tweed or leather belong to those materials that will always keep you warm. And how to make sure you won't feel cold when you put on shorter pants or a skirt? Nylons with 60 denier tights will take care of that. The brands Fendi, Valentino, Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo and Alexander McQueen have convinced us that leather is a hot trend of the season at the World Fashion Weeks.
Are you starting to shiver when the thermometer shows zero? Trust us, it's not just you. But with the right outfit, you can survive this winter without much harm! Go for a proper puffer jacket that can easily handle frosts.
Even passionate fashionists know that the saying "beauty is painful" isn't always true. Think of nature and the animals around you and opt for faux fur. Marc Jacobs and Prada belong to the brands that offer it.
Don't forget to include at least one quilted piece in your wardrobe this season. Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Chanel, Burberry, Balenciaga and many other brand have included them in their collections. And what models to reach for? Follow those that will highlight your curves! Bet on belting trends, close-fitting cuts and interesting details.
One of the most popular winter materials and a sacred tradition is back. Luxury velvet not only looks great, but it will also keep you warm, just like leather. Countless brands offer velvet items this season, including the likes of Chanel, Balenciaga, Valentino, Céline and Haider Ackermann.
Together with greay, yellow is the color of this year. That's why it should have a firm place in your wardrobe. It doesn't matter if you go for a subtle pastel tone, mustard or bright yellow, you'll be trendy in any of them in 2021. Fendi, Jonathan Simkhai and Marc Jacobs bring inspiration from the catwalks.