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Taking a Closer Look at Winter Fashion Trends

Posted by Paul Clapham on
Wearing short, black corduroy skirt with hands in front pockets, paired with bright red sweater.

Introduction to Winter's Hottest Trends

Happy New Year to all of our Readers! Now all of the Christmas festivities are done and dusted and the cold and snow of winter is upon us it is time to start thinking about heating up your look with the following fashion trends for early 2020.

Let’s have a look at the current hot trends!

Corduroy

Corduroy has been trying to make a comeback since last year and it looks like it has finally succeeded. Look for pieces in warm and cosy shades of toffee and rust red. Check out the new Cord Collection from Wash Clothing Company including corduroy mini skirts, bib-overall dresses and Overalls for the guys!

Wearing red corduroy mini-skirt with hands in front pockets, paired with gray sweater.

Oversized Purse

Can our purses ever be big enough to carry our everyday essentials? After cramming everything into the smallest of bags all summer, the new, much larger Purse look for winter is a welcome change. Plus, they look great combined with a pair of dark wash denim overalls!

Pale wash jeans and white t-shirt paired with large black leather purse.

Waist Belts

Timelessly classic, the cinched waist look is made even easier with the return of the waist belt. This 80’s trend is back and more stylish than ever and can be worn with everything from a classic jumpsuit, to a boho look with ease!

Brown Outerwear

Last winter, we had neutral coloured outerwear that seemed a bit indecisive. This winter, the look in outerwear is brown and all of the earthy shades it can become. From vintage-inspired dark, woody browns, to a more modern camel tone, brown outerwear will keep you feeling warm and looking stylish all season long.

Brown Coat - Ali Pazani, paired with black leather trousers.

Argyle Knits

Argyle knitwear is officially back and this winter, we will be seeing it in everything from jumpers and cardigans, to skirts and outerwear.

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