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What to Wear this Winter Season

Brrr!

Toronto Women's Fashion Week

Big shoulders, angular specs, skinny jeans. Who can blame fashion for being unpredictable? Last season, we witnessed Canadian designers overlapping in the same love affairs for very particular and bold styles, they range from leather accents to colour blocks and other trends in between. This post will answer the questions of who, what and where, when it comes to the predominant trends for this winter time. These looks were featured at Toronto Women's Fashion Week Fall Winter 2018 runway shows.

Leather Accents

KQK

Pascal Labelle

What: Adding leather to your outfits can elevate your look in a matter of seconds.

Where: You can wear this trend at nighttime for a fun night out, or all winter long as your favourite coat.

Pufferz

Candace Daniela

Lamarque

What: A youthful and vibrant twist to the trend made popular back in the 80’s by ski dads.

Where: For fashion week, try an avant-garde approach to the puffer by super sizing it. If that’s not your vibe you can always go for a metallic texture.


Colour Block and Quilts

Vandal

Claire Lemaitre-Auger

What: Wearing multiple solid/bold colours or different pattern patches in a single outfit.

Where: This trend can be incorporated to your daily routine perfectly. School, work, or a walk downtown.


Shoulder Less

Di Carlo Couture

Di Carlo Couture

What: Off-the-shoulder tops with beautiful sleeve and neckline designs. We don’t mind cold shoulders when they’re worth it.

Where: Anywhere from brunch to cocktails with that special someone.


Bright Colours

David Dixon

Claire Lemaitre-Auger

What: Winter didn’t see this coming, but think vibrant colours when it comes to making an appearance. Pair it with white pants for emphasis or just rock the colour solid.

Where: Everywhere!

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