10 Must Haves for Winter 2016
Ladies, 60s, 70s and 80s are back! So, sneak into your mother’s old wardrobes and be your own fashion stylists. Fashion designers hit us with the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection that took our breath away. With military styling, black and white, folksy tribal and an Eighties comeback, it is essential to hit the shops with a good plan and be up to date with the latest fashion trends.
So ladies, get ready because we will help you get your plans straight with this handy guide to the FW 2015-2016 must haves.
1. Over-Sized Coats
As seen at Chloé, the coat was worn ultra-long, while it was worn too over-sized at Nina Ricci.
2. Tribal Look and Arctic Fur
This season, fashion designers astonished us with the tribal cultures patterns with arctic fur, which adds the chic and stylish look to this winter’s outfit.
3. Military Styling
As fashion is like everything else, it gets inspired with the world’s events. And for this winter, the military look is back even better than it ever was!
4. Pastel Colors
Introduced in Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Giorgio Armani, pastel colors receives this year’s cold winter with a warm welcome.
5. Eighties Look
The Eighties look is back! With its geometrical earrings, flared pants (skinny ones are out), thick waist belts and high epaulettes as seen at J.W.Anderson, Loewe and BALMAIN x H&M.
6. Jersey Dresses
A new essential, seen at Céline, Stella McCartney and Chloé.
7. Head to Toe Sequins
For eveningwear, designers dazzled us with sequin-covered looks as seen at Nina Ricci, Marc Jacobs and BALMAIN x H&M.
8. Black and White
Black and white prints at BALMAIN x H&M, Saint Laurent and Emilio Pucci made an optical style illusion, a touch of vanity.
9. Latex Boots and Shoes
Christian Dior blends classicism and modernism in its new collection of boots, ankle boots and pumps. As seen, thick heels and thigh boots are the new “in”. On point!
10. Choker necklaces
Complete the look with the new BALMAIN x H&M choker necklaces that launched this season for FW 15-16.
By: YWG Team