With the change of every new season comes the desire to get something new and to refresh our wardrobe. With the winter season, outerwear clothes and pieces are the most required and desired ones. Just like everything else in fashion, trends also influence the outerwear department, presenting new pieces and styles that will be popular in the upcoming season.
If you are looking to add some new items to your winter collection of outerwear pieces, these are the top four fashion trends that will dominate street style looks!
Coming directly from fashion runways, the fringed jacket has put a great mark on outerwear trends as a new entry. The western style of the fringes and tassels was a popular detail and accessory to many fashion garments and accessories a few seasons back. This winter season, it comes as stylish detail to outerwear pieces, particularly short jackets.
What more is there to say for this classic and all-time favourite outerwear piece? The particular and well-known cut, as well as the accented shoulders, belt, and double-breasted buttoning, are some of the signature details of the forever-stylish trench coat. This winter, whatever trench coat you choose to wear is perfect! Any colour, any fabric, or even a mix of both is fine, so long as it keeps it a well-known and recognizable shape.
Capes have made a new entry into the outerwear fashion market. The classic and stylish piece from the 70s and 80s comes now with a modern twist, putting an emphasis on elegance, clean lines, and sophistication. All lengths of capes are available, as well as colour choices. The chicness and modernity that this piece brings puts it on the top of the most desirable and fabulous new trends for this winter season 2020!
Puffer jackets are another very trendy outerwear piece for the upcoming winter season. However, if you are looking to add a twist of stylishness and elegance, and leave the plain sporty style to the side, then this long puffer Khaki Faux Fur Hooded Longline Coat is an excellent choice. With a length coming somewhere below the knees and the faux fur details that greatly fit the look, this is the only outerwear piece that you will wear as long as the temperature starts to decrease.