Over the last couple of months, you might have found yourself with far too much to think about to really focus on your fashion sense. Between all of the holidays, family, work, and everything else that you have to deal with at this time of year, looking good tends to slip down on people list of priorities. Not to mention that a lot of people are focussed more on staying warm that looking hot during the winter. However, the New Year is rolling around, and we’re about the enter that period after the holidays where things are a lot less hectic. So why not take that opportunity to embrace some new year’s fashion? Here are some styles that you might want to embrace this New Year.
Denim is one of those things that pretty much all women need an abundance of in their wardrobe, and the cold weather gives you the perfect opportunity to rock it as often as possible. Skinny jeans, mom jeans, ripped jeansff, boyfriend jeans, dungarees, the list goes on and on! Why not branch out and try some denim shirts and jackets as well. Just be careful with how much denim you’re laying together, the last thing you want is to look like the extra at a rodeo. (Unless that’s the look that you’re going for!)
Fall and winter and generally the time of the year where people wear a lot of loose-fitting, casual clothes. Things like chunky sweaters and big scarves help to bring a sense of softness and comfort to a lot of people’s wardrobes. However, if you want to make an impact, why not go in the opposite direction? By embracing strong lines and hard angles, you’re able to bring some dynamic excitement to your outfits in a way that’s going to help set you apart from the crowd instantly! Think about the kinds of silhouettes of the eighties, and you’ve got a good idea of the kind of look that you should be going for.
For some reason, a lot of people tend to abandon bold and bright patterns as soon as the summer months are over, but there’s no reason that you need to do that. In the New Year, why not wow everyone with some seriously vibrant and exciting patterns. There really is no better way to bring a little bit of sunshine to even the cloudiest day. Just be careful not to go overboard since too many clashing patterns can make an outfit look seriously confused. It’s best to treat patterns as the icing on the cake of your outfit. They should be a touch of flair on an outfit that is otherwise a little more subtle.
Of course, there’s nothing to say that you can’t experiment and try new things in the New Year. No matter what you choose to do, the New Year is a great opportunity for a fresh start and to mix up your look in some unique and interesting ways.