These Are the Only 11 Pieces You Need to Get You Through Winter
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If you’re finding it slightly harder to choose new winter clothes to add to your closet due to the overwhelming choices, don’t worry, we’re in this together. Lucky for you, we’ve been keeping a close eye on the fashion trends that you can expect to see this winter and found a few staples that you can wear on repeat. Use these as your outfit base or to dress up some of your existing basics.
A sheer pair of tights, knee high boots and Petal + Pup’s Daril Dress ($86) are an A1 winter ‘fit combination. And you can even take this into the early days of spring when it’s not quite warm enough to go without sleeves. All you need is a headband, and you’re Blair Waldorf during New York winter.
Snuggle up in style with Paire’s Loungewear Long Set ($183). Made from a breathable, yet warming Aussie Merino wool, this is a set you’ll wear over and over. You can binge in it and best of all, sleep in it without overheating through the night.
Denim Maxi Skirt
The TikTok fashion girlies have spoken, denim maxi skirts are on trend right now and yes, we will be wearing them for the foreseeable future. Easy to dress up or down, add Nobody Denim’s Avery Skirt ($229) to your winter rotation. This skirt is a lighter washed denim that works well with your basics or even paired with a fun coloured sweater.
We’re sure to see a few of these edgy motorcycle-style coats this winter. As seen on Alabama Barker, the Axel Moto Jacket ($249.99) will likely become one of your favourites this winter, especially if you’re trying to find a way to spice up your basics.
If you haven’t got an extra $440 to spend on the viral Acne Studios Mohair Checked Scarf, don’t stress we’ve found a cheeky dupe. Although it’s not a complete colour match you can still channel the same vibes with the Chunky Check Winter Scarf ($39.95) from Piper.
Faux Leather Blazer
Wear this to the office or to keep yourself warm during a winter evening stroll, after dinner. The Ellen Faux Leather Blazer ($115) is vegan-friendly and available in sizes 4-24.
Faux Leather Pants
Unlike some leatherlike pants, these are a baggier style that won’t constrict movement. The Sandy Faux Leather Pants in Chocolate Brown ($79) can easily elevate a neutral coloured sweater. Throw on a pair of open toes block heels and you’re ready for a chilly night sipping espresso martinis with your pals. If the chocolate brown colour is not your cup of tea, you can also get these pants in black.
The Tilbury Vest ($69.95) from MVN makes layering your basics easy. Wear it alone or with a white turtleneck beneath for extra warmth.
You can’t go wrong with a Classic Trench Coat ($399.95) from Witchery. It might be on the pricier side of our round up but the style and colour are timeless, so you can wear it season after season.
Wide Leg Pants
Get your winter office pants sorted with this pair of Rozalia Wide Leg Pants ($79.99) from Dazie. This pair is nicely high waisted to tuck in smaller tops and make you look taller. For the colder days you can even hide wear a pair of leggings or tights underneath and no one would notice.
Don’t put away your slip dresses just yet, they can still come in handy this winter. If you don’t currently own one, grab the Reece Midi Slip Dress ($49.99) — available in two colours. You can chuck a long-sleeved turtleneck or graphic tee underneath and finish it off with a pair of ankle-biter boots.
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