Fashion & Beauty

Winter Fashion Trends You Need To Know 

Winter is well and truly upon us, and although many of us started hibernation a little earlier this year, this season’s fashion trends are the perfect excuse to get out and about in warmth and style. Here are our top 5 fashion trends for Winter 2020: 


Embrace the natural tones with an outfit inspired by sandy colours, buff and beige. A tonal outfit has been a trend that has stood the test of time the past few seasons, and it isn’t going anywhere soon. These neutral outfits provide endless opportunities to mix and match pieces that are timeless inclusions to anyone’s wardrobe.  


Last season was a blast of head-to-toe bright white, but with the colder weather upon us it’s now back to black. The ultimate neutral, black can take you from the office to dinner with an effortless ease. For those who want to add some more personality, add a pop of bold colour with your accessories to elevate your outfit instantly. 


Embrace strong silhouettes this season with oversized coats that feature plenty of arm drama. This season we are seeing bold shapes straight from the runway to your favourite stores. From extra-long and oversized, to overstated volume, look for coats and winter tops with volume in the arm - not only will they keep you warm, but you’ll look incredibly stylish too.  


The perfect weekend partner is back as we welcome comfort dressing as the new norm. The puffer jacket is just as warm and cosy as the bed you sleep in, and with a variety of lengths and styles available, you will be sure to find the perfect balance of style and warmth this cold season. Pair your puffer with jeans and sneakers for a fashionable weekend look.  


There won’t be a winter where a classic knit isn’t on trend. Our trusty favourite is well and truly back again, with some personality. This season embrace arm drama and clashing prints to create some interest.   

Mix your textures by tucking in your knits to a leather skirt or pairing your favourite chunky knit with dainty jewellery for contrast.