How to Flaunt Your Style This Winter

Want to shop for winter season? Take inspiration from the fashion shows exhibiting the latest fashion trends and try to adapt to them. This latest season we have spotted exclusive winter trends that we have shared in this article for you to try. Although it is understandable that not all the clothes exhibited in fashion shows are wearable, but the ones that we have chosen the trendiest selections in spotlight, that are surprisingly practical during the colder months. From the high length sleeves to the coming back of once-vilified legging and nineties themed accessories, here’s what you are supposed to wear to stay warm and look cool this winter.

Ski Jackets

The waxed ski-jackets have made their way from the slopes to the runway, thanks to the purveyor of cool. Whip out your north face or Roxy coats and couple them with slacks and heels for the office.

Extra Long Sleeves

Who needs jewelry when your sleeves are long enough to conceal your hands? This winter replace your gloves with extra-long sleeves.

Puffer Coats

Puffer jackets are the new cool these days. But more than that just down feathers and high-tech insulation, this season’s styles differentiate from flashy to feathery collection. As top you can carry an LBD that you can pair up with a puff jacket for a chic look, to flaunt your look in the most flattering manner.

Patent Trench Coats

For irrationally warm wintery days (that are too cold for a jacket and too warm for a wool coat). Relatively a patent trench will offer you warmth than its lightweight counterpart, without making your feel hot or suffocated.

Faux Fur Stoles

Faux and fur stoles are also making their way back in style and this winter ample of designers have adapted this look in their collection. Drape them on the diagonal or attach it to your lapel as a cozy faux collar.

Surreal Stripes

Who doesn’t love stripes? But even the ones that are better than your average Breton, designers have run with a much linear look, by infusing various colors, distinctive proportions and textures for the latest take this winter. To get this cutting-edge look, join the bold barcode.

Elevated Everyday Outfits

You wouldn’t exactly call this movement minimalism, but if you can anticipate a time when designers are meticulously creating the kind of luxe-everyday clothes, which do the job that is done by simple pieces, with the additional bonus of really intriguing pattern cutting fabrics or details

Turtleneck Apparels

Instead of tucking away all your summer dresses, layer them up with a knit turtleneck, to pull off your style in this trembling season also, in the most flattering manner.


Besides your dressing, keep your feets also up to the ongoing trends. Make a statement with cheetah prints for a bolder and exclusive look in patent leather versions that can handle stomping of all sorts through the slushy streets.

Funky Furry Hats

You don’t have to opt for expensive hats to give your style an oomph with hats, but instead go for the trendy trooper hats that are wallet-friendly and are a wintry lifesaver. You can also wear furry ear flaps that are conveniently knittable and keep your ears warm all season long.

Navy Overcoats for an Edgy Look

In the previous winter, camel coats were the ones in spotlight, however for this year Navy inspired coats are the latest in thing these days. As the camel coats were easy-to-carry with the denims, evening wear and everything else in between, Navy Coats for this season are also a treat to eyes when they are worn. Give yourself a versatile and a slightly dramatic look this winter with this cutting-edge style to make yourself standout.

Accessorize the Right Way

Want to get the best out of your ride on the winter roller coaster? Fret no more! This season is full of crazy accessory trends that will cause the much needed adrenaline rush in blood to give you all those fashionable wintery feels. If you always keep the check on the latest ongoing fashion trends, then you must be aware of the styles that are in these days, however if you have missed out the big news, we must inform you that the fashion trends of the eighties and the nineties are making a comeback with ultimate grandeur, integrating into almost every category of fashion out there. Take a trip down the memory lane by replacing your summer dresses with the high-waist denim pants, leather moto jackets, slip dresses, berry lips and off course the uktra chokers.

Chokers are back

The choker frenzy was started back in summer 2014, and even then it was clear that this trend is actually happening and it will be lasting for a longer period. Just like in almost everything, history repeats itself in fashion also. Just like the previous years, this year also chokers have made their mark in spotlight with metallic glossy pieces and the stunningly gorgeous neck jailing ones. This latest trends of chokers will make you reminisce about the not-to-distant days of nineties when we would feel upbeat about the black pendant chokers or the plastic chokers that interested the lot of school going girls the most. With all those unique styles, it was evident that these tricky fashionable pieces are here to stay for long and would keep coming up in new forms in the upcoming times.

Create statement with pendants, earrings & bracelets

The pendants in the latest contemporary winter trends are inclusive of medium sized cutting edge pieces, distracting all the attention from the tiny tender pieces.

As we mentioned earlier that this year is the revival of nineties era, the pop punk ear candies are also inclusive in them. The punk earrings do not require any intimacy with the punk culture or any coloured Mohawk style to adapt. Moreover recently they have been rendered out in so many styles and ways that there are chances to adapt them successfully with the romantic, casual and contemporary styles at the same time. Also do not take this statement lightly as it isn’t something that came out of the whim and we mentioned here. This is a well-grounded tried fact which you must try to garner admiring gazes towards you.