Four Winter Trends You Need Right Now

It’s about time we start trading in our pumpkin spice lattes for peppermint mocha blends, and we’re slowly adding more and more layers to our ensembles in preparation for the snowy season. One of the best parts of wintertime is all of the adorable seasonal clothes we can finally pull out of storage.

We all have our trusty cold weather staples we love, but a winter wardrobe is not truly complete without the addition of statement trends. You don’t have to overthrow your entire closet (and I’m definitely not advising that you do!), but you can keep your wardrobe updated in and out of every season by accenting your existing items with fresh fashions that are timely.

As for this winter season, there are four major trends that you need to bring into your wardrobe to make sure your styles are in line with the hottest looks. And I’m here to bring these trends right to you, so all you need to do is pick your favorites and find them in stores. Here are the winter trends your wardrobe needs this season.

Fur Vest
If you haven’t already seen this style placed atop a variety of outfits, then now’s the time to start noticing. Fur vests come in many faux options and colors like white, brown, gray, black, and even ruby red! Wear your fur vest over a dress with tights or with a pair of skinnies and a long-sleeve. It’s versatile and fun.

Heeled Ankle Boots
A winter outfit is not complete without a killer pair of boots. With that said, you should definitely invest in a pair of stylish heeled ankle boots. They are easily worn with a variety of outfits. If you’re looking to browse online and need a starting point, Lyst’s selection suggests Christian Louboutin, Tory Burch, Prada, Lanvin, and Miu Miu.

Wide-Brimmed Hat
Another accessory that adds a whole new vibe to your look, the trendy wide-brimmed hat has become increasingly popular throughout this fall and winter. It’s a chic way to bring warmth to your head and pull together an outfit lacking luster—Harper’s Bazaar even chronicled the trend as one of their picks. 

A Pair Of Flares
Flare trousers have been reincarnated from the ‘70s and made their way into modern style with great impact. As Fashionisers reported, designers such as Ralph Lauren, Stella McCartney and Vivienne Westwood—to name just a few—showed the bold fashion in their fall/winter collections.

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