Winter or coldness doesn't mean you shouldn't express yourself with fashion. Especially in winter you should! I've picked out 6 fashion pieces we can't miss this winter.
Velvet. Prada, Gucci and Fendi already showed it at the Fashion Week for the Fall/Winter trends 2016-2017. It's smooth, keeping warm and still looking elegant. No matter if boots, sweaters, jackets, dresses - velvet has ruled the Fashion Shows and now the streets!
Volant & Bell-Sleeve. Beautiful romantic detailing is the keyword for the trend. Stella McCartney, Valentino and Chloé represented the volant trend at the first Fashion Week this year for Fall/Winter trends 2016-2017. Also the bell sleeve trend or the large sleeve trend (oversize sleeves) are the cozy eye catchers for cold days. Both trends are also called the victorian trend.
Mom Jeans. We wore them in fall, we still love them in winter. Mom Jeans are the hyped trend from the 80s and now wearable in our generation. I like them high waisted, combined with a nice sweater or volant shirt, with a coat and some nice sock boots or a pair of sneakers.
Over-the-Knee Boots. Not everyone dares to wear them. I personally don't wear the ones with a thin heel. But finally there are a lot of shops which are selling a bunch of overknee models with the same heels as ankle boot heels. That's way more comfy and doesn't look too overdressed. Overknees are perfect to combine with long sleeve dresses (e.g. knitwear) and coats. Also with short skirts or jeans.
Sock Boots. Kanye did it first but the real hype started on Instagram. The tight-fitting ankle boots are so high on the fashion agenda. Brands are selling them in beautiful fall colors and even in velvet. They look so much cooler than simple ankle boots!
Bags with chain strap. Gucci, Moschino and Chanel made it happen. The chain strap bags have always been showing stable presence on the runways season after season. They can be worn as a cross-body, as a shoulder bag, or even as a clutch. No matter in which size - it's a nice accessorize for the open shoulder.