Winter Fashion

Darcy Chung

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Sheer Fabrics: Bring out your mesh, chiffon, and organza this winter season. Although they may not be the warmest fabrics, they are certainly a flirty take on your classic turtleneck, jacket or little black dress. These pieces are absolutely perfect for any late night holiday party with friends.

Argyle Prints: Argyle is officially in this winter season. You’ll see this print everywhere from Brandy Melville to the thrift shops down the street. A cute, thin sweater or cardigan is a great second layer. In really cold weather, to finish off this look, throw on a coat. You’ll surely leave the house looking cozy and chic! 

Puffer Jackets: In rain or snow, a waterproof jacket is definitely the way to go. Puffers are trendy yet practical. Spice up your look with a brightly colored jacket, a maxi dress, and some fancy high-heeled boots. For a more casual look, pair with jeans and sneakers.

Chunky Knits: We are obsessed with the oversized sweater look this season. It’s versatile and really just the best winter staple. Maybe add a matching hair clip or the same colored jeans for a monochrome look. And if it’s not too cold, you could always go for a cropped knit. 

Dark Florals: Before we fully transition into the romantic silhouettes and flowery patterns of spring, try on a dark floral print this winter. The darker hues will better suit the winter season while still maintaining that classic feminine feel. Don’t be afraid to be bold and go for puffed sleeves and ruching. These elements will elevate any look.

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