Even though already on, the winter 14/15 season hasn’t gone away yet and all of you, who missed most of its fashion trends can still correct their mistakes. To do so, we present you the top 5 winter trends to follow till the end of March 2015 year! Have a good look at them and consider what you need to buy – a new coat or another pair of smart pants – to remain in fashion as always!
Double Layer Clothes
Layering is a trend that has been introduced back in the Spring 14/15 fashion season and the good news is that the winter clothes of our current times will remain double-layered.
Whatever you think off that can come in two layers – jackets, dresses and even tops – are super modern these days! Designers recommend layering in both – materials and colours in clothing. Keep in mind that the first layer must be fitted to your personal complexion shade.
The rock style is back and it seems it`s not going to be dead very soon this time! As a proof, we point you the intriguing trend of getting more and more masculine jackets.
The rock jacket like that we know from the old rebel-styled movies, where the main character is a couple of a rocker and a cute girl is great with both – high heels and flat boots!
One of the most fashionable materials these days is the velvet. We strongly recommend you get yourself a buy yourself either a top, or few longsleeves in velvet.
Though, if you are not such a velvet type, try with a pair of velvet gloves on the New Year`s Eve party – just like that for the festive occasion!
Female Monk Shoes
Monk shoes? Yes, absolutely! We do understand that in past these shoes were strictly made only for males, but with the fast emancipation we, women, have disserved them, as well! This winter monk shoes are total hit, so do not miss them – especially in a combo with British-styled scarf in neutral shade.
The rounded bag is the gem for the winter 14/15 fashion season. Probably, you do remember it from spring, but now it is even more rounded and thankfully larger, so you can pick up all of your feminine stuffs and we know that in cold days they become in a larger amount!