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5 New Season Trends Worth Buying Into

by Emma Menteath, Editorial Lead

In the mood for a fashion reset? We’ve pulled together five versatile new season trends worth buying into this winter, from the must-have statement coat to the slouchy knits that will carry you through this winter season and beyond.

These are the practical pieces that can be worn on rotation, from day to night, without breaking the bank. Scroll on to find out what trends we’ll be wearing this winter.

1. The Statement Coat

Nothing protects against the chill as much as a new coat for your wardrobe. Be the envy of your friends and standout this winter in a statement leopard print coat. With its soft faux fur finish, longline design and collared neckline there’s no way winter will be getting the better of you in this.

2. Tonal Dressing

Want to speed up your morning routine and find the perfect outfit in under 5 minutes? Take a head-to-toe approach and dress in one colour. There are no rules when embracing the tonal trend, but we suggest playing with textures - think fluffy coats and mock croc accessories for ultimate style points.

3. Slouchy Knits

An all-year-round item that we can never get enough of? The slouchy knit. This season’s cosiest must-have can be worn with just about anything, and if there’s one thing we love, its versatility. Team it with trousers for an elevated look or keep it causal paired with denims and trainers. The slouchy knit is an instant wardrobe update for under £20. What’s not to love?

4. Rock ‘n’ Roll

When adopting the rock ‘n’ roll trend, ask yourself this all-important question: what would Kate Moss wear? The queen of skinny jeans, biker boots and rock tees, no one quite masters the easy-rock-n-roll-look-like-I-haven’t-tried trend like Kate. Opt for slogan tees and bed hair to complete this classic look.

5. For the Love of The 80s

This season the 80s have had a glossy makeover - and we’re in love. From puff-sleeved tops, sequin body suits and polka dot tights, we're updating our going out wardrobe with pieces inspired by the power styles of the 80s. Add slouch boots and biker jackets – Olivia Newton-John would be proud.