Refresh Your Wardrobe for 2019
The holiday season is drawing to a close and 2019 is just around the corner. It’s important to start a new year off right and that means one thing: making sure your closet is right on trend. A new year means new trends and there’s no better way to start a brand-new year than to give your wardrobe a little refresh. If you’re in need of a little retail therapy to help cure your winter blues this cold and snowy January, here’s everything you need to add to your cart (and your life) to ensure you’re starting the new year on the right (and totally stylish) foot.
Softly Does It
Softly does it this winter with a cozy colour palette of powdery pinks and soft creams. Not only are these colours easy on the eyes but you couldn't find fabrics more suited for snuggling and in winter we know there's a ton of that. If there's one trend we can get on board with this season, soft and cozy is it.
Florals are a must-have whatever the weather and Winter 2019 is no exception. There's no print quite as versatile as a floral print. Perfect for the office, a casual weekend or a romantic date night, every fashionista will have a closet full of florals this season and you should make sure that you're one of them.
This year swap your winter blues for winter brights. Nothing brightens up a winter's day quite like a good pop of colour. If you're looking for style-queen status, a rainbow sweater needs to be top of your fashion wish list. If you're looking to inject some colour into your 9-5 wardrobe, put a pop of colour on top.
Channel your inner chalet girl this season and turn up the après-ski chic in your closet. Whether you're actually hitting the slopes this winter or prefer to take a back seat by the fire with some cocoa that 'straight from the slopes' vibe is right on trend. Our tip to rock this one? Layers are everything.
So, while you’re shopping those post-holiday sales, make sure to tick these 4 trend boxes for the ultimate style queen status in 2019. Nothing cures the winter blues quite like a little retail therapy. So, what are your new year’s resolutions for 2019?