Winter Fashion 2015 Oct 5, 2015 by Cathy (Day Styles)
When it comes to the “who’s who” of the fashion world, all eyes are on what winter fashion trends are privy to the stars. If the celebrities are wearing it, then it’s got to be fashionable right? Not always but at the least it’ll be exciting for you. And it’s not just about the clothing item. The way a piece is worn can make or break a scarf, hat, and even a sweater. Should it be baggy, tight, or tailored? Decisions, decisions, decisions. When it comes to color is nude the new “it”? Perhaps it’s high time to go vibrant with the bright reds, oranges, and purples. This may be the year to pull out your vintage bomber jacket and high-rise leather boots. Let’s have a gander and see what’s trending winter celebrity style 2015…
Time To Go Furry
Yes, according to harperbazar.com the fur stole is back in this winter season. It’s turning out to be a significant trend for NYFW. Designers Thakoon and Michael Kors are all over this. Where the fabulous fake fur tucked tightly into a skinny belt is smoking hot. Furry scarfs also seem to be the new thing this season with all sorts of different styles and colors. You just can’t seem to go wrong with this one.
Off the Shoulder Top With Reverse Choker
Don’t be afraid this season to go with a flashy off the shoulder lacy top and a reverse choker. Trendy is combing bold tops with simple but unique necklaces. Just enough to shout out to the world that you’re on top of your style.
A staple for the winter wardrobe is a winter blazer that’s full length and snug in fit. Nudes and light browns are the colors of choice. For instance if you want to go all out, the ROW blazer rings in at a whopping $2600.
White On White Screams Elegance.
There’s just something about that fresh white on white look when the wintery stuff starts blowing around. Simple and practical clean fit sleek pants with tight-knit sweaters, white on white, are the name of the game this fashionista season. Eye catching but not overdone is what the styling experts demand this winter season. Make sure you’ve got a few virgin white pieces to make your mark this winter.
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