Best Winter 2017/18 Fashion Trends

16.11.17
Best Winter 2017/18 Fashion Trends

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Finally the time has come to break out the beloved chunky knits, turtlenecks, sweaters and to show how good we are at layering. We came up with some handy ideas as how to gear up for season’s hottest trends.

New York, London, Milan, and Paris fashion weeks revealed such trends as banker suits, western wear and metallics. Many fashionistas would agree that these are not the easiest trends to wear in everyday life. We gathered some of the best examples of how to break down this season’s hottest, most wearable trends.
Besides rather flashy trends like Jon Snow vintage-inspired furs or Wall Street tailored suites, we have a line-up of super doable trendy pieces and accessories, which all can be easily integrated into our winter wardrobes. Color red, checkered prints, combat boots, these are the best winter 2017/18 trends many fashionistas around the world are looking forward to try out. Street style icons also encourage us to mix and match the trends in order to create unique and fashionable looks for this winter.
Read: Warm Clothes from Ukrainian Brands

Fringe
One of the major winter trends is fringe. This trend is totally having a well-deserved moment. From clothing to accessories to shoes, fringe can be fun embellishment to any ensemble this winter. When done right, the trend can actually be really cool, adding dimension and texture in all the right ways. Keep it subtle on skirts, barely there on dresses, monochromatic on shirts, thick on shoes, and big on earrings.

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Wild West Inspired Items
This winter try to mix together both cowboys and Indians influences for a unique and modern spin on the Wild West trend. Shop for Native American-inspired suede fringe skirts, studded boots, ruffled sweetheart dresses, serious neck scarves, and worn down denim and try to casual include any of it to your everyday outfits.

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Color Red
Most popular designers like Jil Sander, Balenciaga, Valentino and Max Mara featured this hue in their fall '17 collections, making «red» the color of the year. Rather than pairing a red blazer with your blue jeans, or choosing a red bag to complete your get-up, girls on the street have made it clear: It's time to go all-in and colorblock from head-to-toe. Go all-out with a red maxi dress and boots or mix prints, shades, and fabrics for a creative mash-up of the timeless color.

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Vintage-Inspired Fur
If styled right, a statement fur coat will become a centerpiece of your winter wardrobe. In case you spot one of these trendy furry pieces during your next shopping session it’s totally worth buying.  Just remember, no frills, just fur. Yeezy, J.W. Anderson, and Vetements all featured classic, vintage-inspired coats that looked like they were picked up from a thrift shop or charity sale.

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Combat Boots
As the 90’s are officially back, so is the iconic footwear of this era. It’s hard to think of something more appropriate to put on our feet for winter than a pair of combat boots (apart from UGGs and Moon Boots, of course). They’re warm, they’re comfy, and they just look so cool.

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Metallic
Calling all magpies: designers offered all sorts of ways to dress like the disco ball of your dreams this season. For a more subtle look pair metallic fashion items with simple and laconic pieces like black turtleneck and dark hued tights.

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Read: Winter Dresses by Ukrainian Brands
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