5 Great Winter Fashion Trends You’ll Want to Wear

We realize there’s a certain amount of pressure in putting together a winter outfit.  It must make sense in the season; feel comfortable on our skin.  And it can never ever sacrifice style!  But when bulky fabrics and loads of layering are part of the plan, it’s not always easy to maintain a streamlined look.

Good news, ladies!  This winter, the trends are on our side!  By implementing these seasonal staples into your winter wardrobe now, you are sure to inspire a whole lot of WOW!

Great Winter Fashion Trends You’ll Surely Love


INC International Concepts Jacket, Faux-Leather Channel-Quilt Moto, Sale $89.99
INC International Concepts Jacket, Faux-Leather Channel-Quilt Moto, $89.99 from Macy’s

The moto jacket is here to stay!  This year, try a warm shade of burgundy (or of the moment green!) to stand out in the crowd of basic black.

The Beanie

Mars Slouchy Pom Pom Beanie, $48 available at freepeople.com
Mars Slouchy Pom Pom Beanie, $48.00 from Free People

Probably the most wearable of winter trends, the slouchy hat goes from the weekend to work, and pretty much anywhere else you need to be!


Splendid fitted turtleneck, $52 avaiable at nordstrom.com
Splendid Fitted Turtleneck, $52 from Nordstrom

The ultimate layering piece!  And talk about multi-puposeful– the turtleneck is both cozy and chic!

Winter White

Ballet neck sweater, $49.5 available at loft.com
Ballet Neck Sweater, $49.50 from Loft

So soft, so pure.  Wearing winter white is an easy way to stay fresh this season.


Kissell Plaid Coat $88.00, available at nastygal.com
Kissell Plaid Coat, $88.00 from Nasty Gal

It doesn’t always have to look like Kurt Cobain!  Take your plaid to the present day in a modern checks and blazer kind of way.


Elysha shops for a living. As a NYC-based fashion stylist she spends her days combing the racks for major must-have items. A veritable who’s who of publications, brands and private clients have entrusted her eye for style, knowledge and resources to elevate their vision and bring it to life. Elysha lives on the Lower East Side of Manhattan with her husband and two kids.

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