Tartan has been a staple in Indian womenwear for hundreds of years. You don’t need to be Braveheart to rock this but start with a scarf if you’re not too sure.
The nineties are back, or so it seems when we look at the catwalks from the fashion shows.
Corduroy & Velvet
We gave corduroy a warm welcome back in last fall and we find it again making appearance this season. The velvet, in its ribbed version (also called corduroy, shiny or matt), will be an essential part of the wardrobe.
At a time when sportswear aspires to the throne of womenswear, the pinstripe suits have made important appearances on the catwalks. Dress down with a T-shirt or go all out and wear a turtle neck to beat the cold and windy days.
Meet the boardroom suit’s informal younger brother. A boxy jacket with relaxed pants make the clean coordination of a head-to-toe look seem nonchalant.
When the weather’s wet and cold you need footwear that can protect but also look good. The hiking boot trend is in full swing and is perfect for the women who prefer to be street and country ready.
Love it or hate it, wide-legged trousers are back in fashion. The relaxed silhouette means larger blokes can breathe a sigh of relief and do away with skinny trousers.
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