We’ve officially said goodbye to the warmer months and have now settled somewhere in between our 10 – 20 degree Aussie Winter temperatures. We all do our fair share of complaining about the change in season but realistically our Winter is one of the most pleasant times of the year! Think about it, there’s less rain, you can sit in the sun without dying of heatstroke, eat all the comfort food you want and not have to worry about getting in a bikini afterwards. The best part of it all is getting to layer up in the trending outwear styles our favourite brands are showcasing for the season.
Our Autumn trend report listed the 4 outerwear styles you’ve been shopping as the weather turns and in this post we’ll be outlining the hottest styles to keep you on trend but most importantly, warm!
Invented out of necessity in 1936, the Puffer Jacket was designed to protect its wearer from hypothermia (and tbh can relate as the temps across AU start to drop). This practical garment has reappeared as a prominent trend as the weather cools and people look to keep themselves cosy and effortlessly stylish from yoga to brunch.
Whilst this print can be seen as a classic wardrobe staple, trend-setters from Fashion Weeks across the globe have proven that a Check look can also be contemporary. Pairing a Check coat with a bright accessory can be the perfect way to modernise your look (and not freeze your a** off ).
A 1970s throwback – the shearling coat is making its mark again on the fashion scene as people seek to rock a long-wearing option which can be styled in different ways. The shearling’s close cousin, the Teddy Coat has also made strong inroads on fashion blogs/ runways as an energetic and modern variation on this classic trend.
A long-time celebrity staple – the bomber jacket is a short, sharp and chic option to wear during cooler weather. Perfectly styled with skinny jeans and boots (or sneakers!) this jacket can be equally as chic running to the shops with sweats, or on a (socially distant) date night.