3 Winter Trends That Will Work In Your Wardrobe Year-Round

We love a lasting trend!

It’s always fun to keep up with the latest trends in fashion through the seasons, from autumn/winter layering, to light spring/summer co-ords.

With everyone becoming more conscious of how they spend their pay check and the carbon footprint they leave behind, it might be time to think about which trends might survive through the seasons.

When we pick and choose the trends that suit our personal style, and invest in pieces that transcend the seasonal trend cycle, we unlock the key to savings and true style.

Here are some of our favourite winter 2022 trends that will work with your wardrobe regardless of the season.

1. Cowboy Boots

Black leather western boots - 4Cowboy Boots - Galaxy Pointed Toe Block Heel Knee High Long Western Cowboy Boot In Black Croc Print Faux Leather, Women's Size UK 5Pull&Bear - Cowboy Boots - printed stitch detail western boots in black

Cowboy boots are a quirky little way to add a bit of interest to an otherwise pretty casual ‘fit. Style with jeans and a chunky knit for winter, and as the weather thaws a bit for spring, throw on your boots with a cute dress.

2. Long Hems

Maxi - Clove Womens Skirt Blue Stretch Denim Maxi Full Length Plus Size 14-24boohoo Tall Tube Skirt Maxi Skirt - Black - Size 8

Long skirts and dresses are one inter-seasonal trend that you can always rely on to make a return through the years. Style with a long coat and a wooly scarf for winter layering, or dare to bare in the spring with a long hem and a crop top!

3. Leather Pieces

Stradivarius Oversized Faux Leather Biker Jacket Black S WomanBershka straight leg faux leather trouser in blackStradivarius faux leather trench coat in black

Leather is an investment that will last through the decades. From leather trousers, to leather jackets, they are a staple that will add a bit of edge to your outfit regardless of the season.

Which trend would you add to your wardrobe to transcend the seasons?

Written by Rebekah O’Reilly

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