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This season, fashion is like a stroll in the woods, yet the setting seems to remain cold and industrial, full of demands and necessities for a functional wardrobe to serve all intends and purposes all day long! You can buy many items into the spirit of a 70s-inspired, bohemian and rustic attitude, yet adjusting it to your deeply busy urban life means that you need to buy just few investments pieces to be effortlessly combined with each other to produce an array of different looks. Focus on high quality and versatility of the clothes, assessing if they can easily be dressed up and down and if they can last longer than a single season. Elements that make an item really precious today are durability, sustainability, and timelessness. With sophisticated styling, your coat or sweater can outlive trends, stand the test of time and become one of your well-curated closet staples. Let’s see which pieces smart shoppers will snap right away from the collections making waves ever since they appeared in the market!
SOMETHING SHEARLING OR FAUX FUR
Fluffiness is essential for a warm and cozy look, with shearling becoming a predominant material, used full-on or as a detail in outerwear and accessories. Faux fur too, because it’s fun and textural, creating different volumes and sometimes unconventional silhouettes. Gilets are a must in your wardrobe, along with coats of any length, depending on the occasion.
PLAID, GINGHAM AND TWEED
You can add tartan, check and window-pane to conclude with all necessary alternatives of this geometric motif that has its roots in Scotland, as well as similar motifs originating from England and possibly the Netherlands. Tweeds, which are mostly inherent in British and Irish traditional clothing, are part of the same countryside feel, destined to dress you up in wintertime. Herringbone and houndstooth have been popular patterns within the British elite and royalty for centuries. Be part of the same historic allure!
BURGUNDY, PLUM OR MERLOT
Different shades of wine instill your outfits with a dark and juicy feel, which is so much on trend head-to-toe. It’s serious and seductive at the same time, flattering almost any skin type and becoming “the new black” for daywear and eveningwear alike. Maybe you should start thinking of a little burgundy dress and the cape of a Little Merlot Riding Hood!
Long outerwear cardigans, intarsia or jacquard-knit sweaters and scarves, turtlenecks, and cashmere wraps should be part of your wishlist. They are classic, convenient and transformable. Pair your turtleneck with flared jeans and your slouchy sweater with a maxi skirt for boho-chic looks!
Wool coats, capes, combined with leather gloves, fedoras and over-the-knee boots are a major winter look. It’s chic and cinematic, warm enough to take you anywhere and a day-to-night solution for the busiest girls. Sometimes, gloves are opera-length for a cool retro feel, and coats can get maxi, almost sweeping the floor!
LOTS OF NEUTRALS & MONOCHROMES
Fill in your wardrobe with the most serene hues, predominantly shades of gray, nude, beige, camel, black and off-white. They might sound unimpressive, yet as total looks, they can make a huge statement to last forever!
FRINGES AND FLARES
Part of the 70s enduring trend, fringed hems and flared pants give your silhouette charming movement and enviable proportions. Flared jeans have a gorgeous slimming effect and fringes cover any imperfections on areas you want to hide. As a dressier option, pick wide-leg pants in tweed and other wools!
Style lasts longer and, for that matter, investment pieces are a smart way to evoke uniqueness. This week you can invest on the cool Isabel Marant Étoile Bouclé Gelicia Coat , the playful Dolce & Gabbana Owl Appliqué Sweater , the elegant Burberry Prorsum Cashmere Blend Poncho , and the sporty Comme des Garcons Gold Heart Sweater . They can be valuable assets in your closet!