Snowy Spring Trends
Nov 04, 2014
Winter. The cool air is the perfect time for reflecting on the coziest trends. Whether it’s bold new silhouettes or experimentation with new materials, we are so excited about the possibilities that designers have presented for Winter 2014 – early Spring 2015. Here is a short list of the coziest, cold weather trends of 2014/2015.
Never thought you would be taking a sartorial cue from Hugh Hefner, did you? This season, the house coat makes a major comeback. Everyone from Altuzarra to Richard Chai showed toppers that could double as bathrobes.
The ’60s are back in a major way. Maybe a bunch of designers got together and decided to binge-watch the latest season of Mad Men because we are seeing a lot of mini skirts, knee-high boots, and accessories that remind us of yesteryear. Whatever the reason, we’re happy that the ’60s are swinging back our way.
For fall knits, nothing is too big or too intricate. And that’s the way we like it. From cozy pants at Marc Jacobs and Céline that promise to alleviate the need for tights, to similarly warm varieties at Stella McCartney, the sweater is no longer relegated to the top half.
I like the idea of the oversize trend sticking around for fall mainly because it’s the best way to hide an extra few pounds. If this terrible winter has taught me anything, it’s that I am unwilling to trek to the gym in the snow. All hail bigger sweaters, pants, and coats. The bigger the better!
Your feet can rejoice because they are officially getting a break from heels. Designers have declared sneakers as the footwear of the moment. Hopefully models will have surer footing down the runway moving forward. That would really make things go a lot faster.
For more Winter Trends, check out our source: ELLE.com or check out Filthy Rebena’s Etsy shop for amazing deals on curated thrift. Let us know what trends you’ll be sporting this season in the comments below.