TOPSHOP:5 Ways To Brighten Up Your January Wardrobe

Defined by cold nights and gloomy days, winter tends to make us feel less excited about fashion and especially everything in our wardrobes. Sick of wearing the same jumper-coat combo for what feels like the 100th time? There are plenty of ways to brighten up your winter wardrobe, even if you just buy one new piece to mix in with your seasonal staples. Whether it’s trying new colours or daring to clash different textures, discover five ways to make your daily look feel brand new…

  1. Colourful knitwear
    Need some more knitwear? Instead of going for the evergreen greys and blacks, we’re choosing to inject some serious colour into our wardrobes this season. Whether you prefer going for soft pastels or bold brights, these knits will instantly boost your mood.
  2. Playful floral prints
    Get in the mood for spring by adding a touch of flower power to your winter wardrobe. Always fun to style, there are countless colours and variations to pick from right now. Keep it romantic by pairing a blooming maxi dress with mules or give it a rock twist with chunky lace -up boots.
  3. New mini bags
    Mini bags are here to stay, and the easiest way to add a dose of fun into any outfit. Ours are just big enough to hold all of your essentials, and come in heaps of new shapes, materials and colours. The choice is yours.
  4. Clashing textures
    Refresh your wardrobe in an instant by clashing different textures. This season, the fabrics we’re looking to are organza, vinyl and borg to be mixed and matched at your pleasure.
  5. Fancy footwear
    Step it up this season with our selection of fancy heels that will make even the most boring of outfits look like something out of a street style snap. From neutral colours to printed styles and on-trend square toes, there’s a pair for everyone.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/01/5-ways-to-brighten-up-your-january-wardrobe

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ZARA:The Worst Shoes to Wear to the Office

Figuring out how to master your wardrobe in a professional setting can sometimes be difficult to navigate. It’s often a tricky balance to personal style with professional style in a work setting—and shoes are no exception. The issue gets even more complicated when fashion enters the equation. What are the best styles to wear, and which ones should you skip in the office?
To find out from a veteran of both the fashion industry and a professional office setting, I asked Michelle Scanga from Who What Wear to weigh in with her take on which shoes are best to wear at the office—and the style she wouldn’t recommend. “Wearing shoes that you can’t confidently walk in is a big no in my book,” she says, “along with sky-high stiletto heels.”
While towering stilettos are a no in her book, she has some recommendations for what to wear instead. “I think it’s better to err on the more conservative side and opt for a moderate heel height,” she says, “or you really can’t go wrong with a block heel.”
If you’re in the market for some new office-appropriate shoes that are also fashion girl–approved, go on to see my edit of the best new styles to add to your closet right now.
Moderate Heel Height
As Scanga recommends, a moderate heel height is always a great bet for the office. You can choose a style ranging from closed-toe slingbacks to open-toe sandals to ankle boots depending on your personal style and office culture.
These shoes are everywhere on the street style scene and a great option for the office as well.
Pumps this fall are finished with cool modern upgrades like these cutout side panels.
Another modern take on pumps.
You can’t go wrong with a classic.
For a little edge without going over the top.
Try out an unexpected color like lime green, which we’re seeing everywhere this season.
Sculptural heels are so trendy right now.
A croc finish is a great way to transition your boots to fall.
This style also comes in burgundy.
Strappy sandals are perfect for the office when paired with elevated trousers.
Another great office shoe style that Scanga recommends is block heels. The comfortable shoes are easy to walk in so are a great option to wear all day long.
Pair these with high-waisted trousers.
Some statement shoes you can wear to work.
These classic slingbacks get a cool upgrade with a snakeskin print.
Pair these with anything from a pencil skirt to a midi dress.
Slip into shoes from Jacquemus’s fall collection.
Here’s a summer style that can cross over to fall.
Look for boots with a block heel to pair with trousers and dresses.
Slouchy boots are everywhere for fall and are perfect for pairing with a long dress at the office.

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ZARA:How to Dress for Chinese New Year If You Have No Idea

If you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, then you know that it takes place on January 25. But like with any event in the social calendar, there’s always a reason to think about what you might wear for such an occasion.
So I decided to pick the brains of InStyle China contributing editor and influencer Leaf Greener on the rules for dressing for the event. I wanted to know how much you needed to stick to traditional ways of dressing but also how to avoid offending anyone. She gave me three tips anyone can easily follow, but she also pointed out the one thing you shouldn’t do when picking out your look.
While traditions are still present, the event has definitely become more modern, so it’s surprisingly simple to find an outfit. Keep scrolling for four dressing rules to follow for Chinese New Year.

  1. Traditional Dress Is a Red Cheongsam
    Style Notes: The traditional way to dress for Chinese New Year is to wear a qipao or a cheongsam frock. Leaf advised that traditionally you would wear this in red. Right now, there are many designers who have been influenced by this style. From Rixo to Attico to Prada, you can easily find a piece (in a wide range of colors!) that takes its inspiration from these dresses.
  2. Wear Something Sentimental
    Style Notes: When I asked Leaf what she always wears on Chinese New Year, she replied that it was her grandmother’s diamond ring. While new clothes are preferable to symbolise new beginnings, there’s also an emphasis on family for the day, so it makes sense to honor those close to you.
  3. Red Is Lucky for Everyone But Luckier for Certain People
    Style Notes: During Chinese New Year, red is considered a lucky color. Leaf told me that it means happiness, passion, and luck, which is why so many people wear it during the celebrations. But if it’s your zodiac year, red is an especially lucky color for you. How do you know if it’s your zodiac year? Find out which animal represents the year you were born, according to the Chinese zodiac calendar. Twenty-nineteen is the year of the pig, so get your rouge on if your birth year matches.
  4. Avoid All Black and White

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https://www.whowhatwear.com/what-to-wear-chinese-new-year/slide19

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TOPSHOP:3 Ways To Style Mules For 3 Different Occasions

Mules are everywhere we look right now: from our Instagram feeds to the best street style looks and all over Topshop’s new in section. And we’re not surprised – whether you go for an open, square or round-toe style, they add a fresh touch to any outfit and always look effortlessly cool. Not sure how to wear them? We picked our three favourite pairs and styled them for three different occasions…

  1. For a night out
    Thinking of wearing a pair of mules on your next night out? Opt for a sleek black version and style them with a mix of different fabrics and textures, such as organza, embellishments and vinyl.
  2. For the office
    For the office, go for a chic closed-toe style worn with your favourite pair of straight-leg jeans. Add a satin blouse, a statement coat and a trending handbag to look elegant with minimal effort.
  3. For the day
    Need an extra special day look? We’ve got you covered. A pair of flare-heel mules guarantees compliments and will keep you comfortable at the same time. Now, just throw on a cool midi dress and a biker jacket and you’re good to go.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/01/3-ways-to-style-mules-for-3-different-occasions

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TOPSHOP:What Berlin’s Coolest Influencers Are Wearing To Fashion Week

Berlin Fashion Week is in full swing right now, which means that all of Germany’s coolest influencers have headed to the capital for a week of fashion shows, parties and events. We invited some of our favourites to the Berlin flagship store to find out how they would style Topshop’s latest arrivals to turn heads at BFW. Keep scrolling to discover their nine final looks and shop their picks right here…

  1. Julia Steyns @juliasteyns
    Julia picked this classic camel suit and paired it with a couple of fun accessories, like a mustard mini bag and a plaited head band, to spice things up.
  2. Dustin Hanke @dustinhanke
    Influencer Dustin will have everyone reaching for these boots. Styled with black denim, a sheer top and lots of jewellery, this outfit will rise to any occasion.
  3. Jacky Zelwis @whaelse
    Kick off the new season in a forest green statement suit inspired by Jacky. The oversized shirt and chunky boots add a fresh new twist.
  4. Toni Dreher @toni.dreher
    Toni proves that you can never go wrong with an elevated white-tee-and-blue-jeans combo. Add some jewellery and you’re golden…
  5. Giannina Haupt @gia_escobar
    With an oversized blazer and chunky trainers, Gia picked the perfect pieces to update her classic casual look. A couple of mismatching rings add the finishing touch.
  6. Rabea Schif @rabeaschif
    Even organza tops and croc-leather coats can look casual when paired with the right denim. TV-host Rabea pulls it off effortlessly.
  7. Karin Teigl @constantly_k
    Blogger Karin isn’t afraid to mix patterns – and who knew snakeskin and tie-dye went so well together? We love how she dressed it down with some comfy joggers too.
  8. Zsa Zsa Inci Bürkle @zsazsainci
    Actor Zsa Zsa knows that sometimes a statement coat really is all you need. Even at fashion week.
  9. Julia Steyns @juliasteyns
    A sheer maxi dress paired with ankle boots and a blazer is Julia’s second go-to look for a busy day at fashion week.

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TOPSHOP:7 Pictures Of Kate Moss In The ’90s You Might Not Have Seen Before

No one does that truly nonchalant, off-duty style quite like Kate Moss, making her one of the undisputed fashion icons of our generation. It all kicked off for the British supermodel in the ’90s, so, to celebrate her 46th birthday today, we decided to take a look back the era that made her who she is today. From iconic backstage shots, to candid after-party moments, keep scrolling to discover our favourite vintage photos of the ultimate supermodel that you probably haven’t seen before…

  1. Isaac Mizrahi Spring Summer New York Fashion Week – 1995
    Here’s a fresh-faced Kate Moss in her most classic ’90s form: strutting the runway in minimal makeup and messy hair. Modelling a mismatching bikini with a trench as a cover-up by designer Isaac Mizrahi, she’s suddenly got us gasping for some winter sun.
  2. 25th birthday at the Versace party – 1999
    Kate always knew how to celebrate her birthday in style, as seen her at her 25th which she celebrated at a party in Paris hosted by none other than Donatella Versace. In fact, all her birthday parties have been pretty iconic: just think back to her 21st at Viper Rooms in LA or her infamous 30th Beautiful and the Damned themed party.
  3. Milan fashion week 1995
    Backstage photos of Kate Moss are our ultimate favourite and this one definitely has to be up there. We don’t know if it’s the soon-to-be-slicked hair, the bright eyeshadow or how she’s ever-so-nonchalantly enjoying what looks like a cheese batch. You choose…
  4. Versus afterparty in New York – 1995
    This paparazzi image of Kate at an afterparty in New York is everything we imagine the supermodel life to be. From the strap of her quintessentially ’90s slip dress falling off her shoulder to her tousled hair, this look encapsulated everything we love about Kate’s effortless style.
  5. Backstage at Fendi Spring 1995 Ready to Wear in Milan
    Another great backstage moment captures Kate doing her own makeup before the Fendi show in Milan. The leather biker jacket and her messy-mousey hair are very reminiscent of the days when she was dating Johnny Depp and basically invented the highly sought-after grunge girl look.
  6. Gianni Versace Catwalk 1995
    If you’re a true Kate Moss fan, you’re probably familiar with the photos of her closing the Versace show in a sparkling bridal ensemble and Gianni Versace himself by her side. This look probably isn’t quite as famous, but we just can’t get enough of it.
  7. Steve Coogan 1st Night Party in London 1998
    If you ask us, Kate Moss’ party looks are just as cool now as they were then. This little black dress is classic Kate and we’re loving the darker hairdo to match. If only we knew what this conversation was about…

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H&M:13 Cultural Events To Look Forward To In 2020 If You Love Fashion

If you ask us, the best way to tackle that January Blues is looking ahead at all the exciting things coming up this year – especially since, when it comes to fashion, we’re in for a treat in 2020. From major retrospective exhibitions on some of the world’s most-coveted luxury brands to West End renditions of our favourite fashion films, these are the events to pen in your diary now…

  1. Copenhagen Fashion Week – 28th – 31st January
    Copenhagen Fashion Week might not match the scale of its counterparts in New York, London, Paris and Milan, but it certainly comes close in terms of calibre. As Scandinavia’s largest fashion event, this is the perfect opportunity to swoon over previews of upcoming collections as well as some of the chicest street style looks around. If you’re a fan of the nonchalant Nordic look, check out the nine stylish Scandi girls you need to follow in time for Copenhagen Fashion Week here.
    Copenhagen Fashion Week will take place at various venues in Copenhagen runs from 28th – 31st January.
  2. ‘The Real Thing’ at the Fashion Space Gallery – 7th February – 2nd May
    We’ll always remember logo-mania as one of the biggest trends of the 2010s: everywhere we looked we were confronted with bold graphic logos emblazoned across T-shirts, branded prints on scarves and signature buckles on handbags. The logos of luxury brands will always symbolise status in fashion but as long as these real items exist, so will the fakes. The Real Thing explores ideas of ‘aspiration, ownership, authenticity’ alongside the disruptive creative power of fashion bootleg. It will raise questions about capitalism, consumption and identity whilst critically interrogating how we relate to brands now.
    The Real Thing is showing at the Fashion Space Gallery, London, from 7th February – 2nd May.
  3. The Oscars – 10th February
    Thanks to awards season, the first two months of the year are always packed with fabulous film and red carpet fashion! The Golden Globes are already behind us, so it’s the 92nd Academy Award ceremony on the 10th February that everyone’s looking forward to now. Check out the Oscar nominations that were announced this Monday and get ready for a night of great cinema, inspiring speeches and spectacular Hollywood style.
    The Oscar Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, USA, on 10th February.
  4. Pretty Woman: The Musical – 13th February
    When it comes to on-screen style inspiration, Pretty Woman is up there with the best of them. But not only does this film offer great fashion from ’90s LA, it’s also got a hilarious script, an uplifting storyline, and a star-studded cast. So, it goes without saying that we’ve got high hopes for the musical rendition that will be choreographed by two-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell and set to a soundtrack by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance. Book tickets for February now!
    Pretty Woman: The Musical is showing at Piccadilly Theatre, London, from 13th February onwards.
  5. ‘Kimono: Kyoto To Catwalk’ at the Victoria & Albert Museum- 29th February – 21st June
    The traditional Kimono has been around since the 17th Century but its significance in society and culture has evolved significantly since then! This exhibition at the V&A explores the “sartorial, aesthetic and social significance of the kimono” through the ages using paintings, prints, film and clothing. Check out the original Star Wars costumes – which were modelled around the kimono design – or the Jean Paul Gautier creation worn by Madonna in her Nothing Really Matters music video and discover how the classic kimono has inspired fashion designers around the world.
    Kimono: Kyoto To Catwalk is showing at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, from 29th February – 21st June.
  6. ‘Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things’ at the National Portrait Gallery – 12th March – 7th June
    Featuring everyone from actress Tallulah Bankhead to modernist poet Iris Tree, Princesse de Faucigny-Lucinge to glamorous socialites Edwina Mountbatten, – this upcoming exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery will immerse its audience within the glitz and glam of the ‘Bright Young Things’ during the ’20s and ’30s. Explore through photography how photographer Beaton evolved from middle-class schoolboy to stylish society figure and get lost in an elaborate and creative golden era of British society which celebrated the avant-garde, intellectuals, socialites and partygoers.
    Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things is showing at the National Portrait Gallery, London, from 12th March – 7th June.
  7. ‘Andy Warhol’ at the Tate Modern – 12th March – 6th sept
    With iconic images of Marilyn Monroe, Coca-Cola and Campbell’s soup cans, as well as works never seen before in the UK on display, this major retrospective opening at the Tate Modern in March has got to be one of the biggest art events of the year. Don’t miss out on seeing the prints that defined a generation and made waves in the world of modern art!
    Andy Warhol is showing at the Tate Modern, London, from 12th March – 6th September.
  8. Coachella Festival – 10th – 19th April
    Unlike our many British festivals, which conjure images of messy crowds, mud-drenched wellies and flooded tents, Coachella is well known for being a hot haven for the coolest celebs dressed up in their best bohemian festival gear. We can’t wait to catch the biggest performances on TV and get inspired by the attendees effortless summer style!
    Coachella Festival will take place at the Empire Polo Club, California, USA, from 10th – 19th April.
  9. The Met Gala – 4th May
    If you’re a fashion fan, then you’ll already know that the Met Gala occurs on the first Monday of May and marks the opening of the Costume Institute‘s annual fashion exhibition. It’s one of the industry’s biggest annual events and will consume your Instagram feed for days afterwards. Last year, the theme ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’ inspired all sorts including a glowing gown worn by Zendaya, a chandelier-shaped number worn by Katy Perry and a shocking masked ensemble sported by Ezra Miller. This year, the theme is ‘About Time: Fashion and Duration’: so brace yourself for some of the craziest and most creative looks of 2020…
    The Met Gala will take place at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA, on 4th May.
  10. Lizzie McGuire Reboot
    One of the best pop-culture news of last year was that Lizzie McGuire would once again be gracing our TV screens – this time as a 30 year old living in NYC. Just as the original series served up endless ’90s style inspiration, we’re sure that we can count on the 2020 reboot for similarly fun fashion and dreamy big city backdrops!
    The new series of Lizzie McGuire is expected to be released in the second half of 2020.
  11. ‘Prada. Front And Back’ at the Design Museum – 1st September – 31st December
    Believe it or not, this is the first major exhibition dedicated entirely to the iconic Italian fashion house, so it’s bound to be big! Prada. Front And Back aims to explore the house’s rich and successful history from all angles – both the public facing finished products as well as the creative approach, inspirations and infrastructure that support their production. Through handbags, shoes and some of the most iconic pieces from landmark collaborations, the exhibition will investigate how Miuccia Prada and her husband Patrizio Bertelli have elevated Prada into the leading luxury brand it is today.
    Prada. Front And Back is showing at the Design Museum, London, from 1st September – 31st December.
  12. ‘Frieze London’ at Regent’s Park – 8th – 11th October
    Frieze has been showcasing work from both established and emerging artists in Regent’s Park every October for over 15 years now and the weekend has become one of the industry’s most hotly-anticipated annual events. Expect to be amazed by anything and everything, from intricate paintings to elaborate glass installations or immersive performative artworks. Since it’s a hotspot for creatives and socialites alike, it’s also a great place for style spotting too! Check out our favourite works from last year’s show here.
    Frieze London is showing at Regents Park, London, from 8th – 11th October.

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TOPSHOP:3 Ways To Style Mules For 3 Different Occasions

Mules are everywhere we look right now: from our Instagram feeds to the best street style looks and all over Topshop’s new in section. And we’re not surprised – whether you go for an open, square or round-toe style, they add a fresh touch to any outfit and always look effortlessly cool. Not sure how to wear them? We picked our three favourite pairs and styled them for three different occasions…

  1. For a night out
    Thinking of wearing a pair of mules on your next night out? Opt for a sleek black version and style them with a mix of different fabrics and textures, such as organza, embellishments and vinyl.
  2. For the office
    For the office, go for a chic closed-toe style worn with your favourite pair of straight-leg jeans. Add a satin blouse, a statement coat and a trending handbag to look elegant with minimal effort.
  3. For the day
    Need an extra special day look? We’ve got you covered. A pair of flare-heel mules guarantees compliments and will keep you comfortable at the same time. Now, just throw on a cool midi dress and a biker jacket and you’re good to go.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/01/3-ways-to-style-mules-for-3-different-occasions

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ZARA:How to Dress for Chinese New Year If You Have No Idea

If you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, then you know that it takes place on January 25. But like with any event in the social calendar, there’s always a reason to think about what you might wear for such an occasion.
So I decided to pick the brains of InStyle China contributing editor and influencer Leaf Greener on the rules for dressing for the event. I wanted to know how much you needed to stick to traditional ways of dressing but also how to avoid offending anyone. She gave me three tips anyone can easily follow, but she also pointed out the one thing you shouldn’t do when picking out your look.
While traditions are still present, the event has definitely become more modern, so it’s surprisingly simple to find an outfit. Keep scrolling for four dressing rules to follow for Chinese New Year.

  1. Traditional Dress Is a Red Cheongsam
    Style Notes: The traditional way to dress for Chinese New Year is to wear a qipao or a cheongsam frock. Leaf advised that traditionally you would wear this in red. Right now, there are many designers who have been influenced by this style. From Rixo to Attico to Prada, you can easily find a piece (in a wide range of colors!) that takes its inspiration from these dresses.
  2. Wear Something Sentimental
    Style Notes: When I asked Leaf what she always wears on Chinese New Year, she replied that it was her grandmother’s diamond ring. While new clothes are preferable to symbolise new beginnings, there’s also an emphasis on family for the day, so it makes sense to honor those close to you.
  3. Red Is Lucky for Everyone But Luckier for Certain People
    Style Notes: During Chinese New Year, red is considered a lucky color. Leaf told me that it means happiness, passion, and luck, which is why so many people wear it during the celebrations. But if it’s your zodiac year, red is an especially lucky color for you. How do you know if it’s your zodiac year? Find out which animal represents the year you were born, according to the Chinese zodiac calendar. Twenty-nineteen is the year of the pig, so get your rouge on if your birth year matches.
  4. Avoid All Black and White

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ZARA:12 Insanely Easy (and Affordable) Ways to Wear Spring 2020’s Biggest Trends RN

Our bodies may be bundled up in a billion layers, but our minds are already thinking forward to the trends that will soon be all over our feeds and in our favorite retailers in just a few months’ time. Luckily, we don’t have to wait until the end of March to take on some of spring’s biggest trends. Sure, we may pass on the hot pants and bra-and-blazer combos seen on the spring runways for now (or at least until temps hit the high 70s again), but there are plenty of exciting and super-easy trends that we can incorporate into our winter closets to stay ahead of the fashion curve. We’ve unearthed 12 of the best that you can shop right now for under $100. From luxe-looking leather separates to chunky chain-link necklaces and statement sleeves, scroll below for all the easiest way to wear spring 2020’s biggest trends right now.
Swap Your Skinnies for Flares
Fashion girls have already been quick to take on one of 2020’s biggest denim trends—bootcut and flared jeans—spotted all over the spring runways from Celine to Marc Jacobs and Gucci.
Wear XL Hoops With Your Sweater
When it comes to earring trends this spring, the bigger the better. We saw hoops in particular come in extra-large, chunky varieties at Proenza Schouler, Sies Marjan, and Balenciaga. It’s the easiest way to amp up your basic sweaters this season.
Slip On Heeled Loafers With Your Tights
Classic loafers got a modern update on the spring runways—featuring sartorial twists, such as slingback styles, buckles, textured fabrics, mules, and fun patterns. Wear them with your tights throughout winter and with midi skirts come spring.
Swap Your Black Dress for Polka-Dot Prints
If there’s one print that will blow up our feeds come spring, it’s unquestionably polka dots. Spotted on frocks all over the runways—from Marc Jacobs to Carolina Herrera—the classic print will be your go-to for work, weddings, weekends, and beyond. Try a polka-dot dress layered over a turtleneck and under an overcoat.
Add a Leather Shacket
Leather separates remain a huge trend in 2020—particularly colorful leather, which was omnipresent on the runways. An easy way to take on the trend is with a trending leather shacket (shirt-jacket hybrid) that you can layer under your overcoat in winter and wear alone in spring.
Add a Waistcoat to Your Suit
Suits are reigning supreme in 2020, but it’s the addition of a dapper waistcoat that will give your tailoring a modern look—and it’s super easy to slip under your blazer.
Throw All Your Essentials in an Oversize Tote
Extra-large totes were spotted from practically every designer on the runway—allowing us to never leave home again without an extra pair of shoes, magazines, lipsticks, laptop, etc.
Swap Your Dainty Necklace for Chunky Chain Links
The chain-link necklace trend shows no signs of slowing down for 2020. Set your dainty necklaces aside for chunky chain links that will amp up every outfit.
Amp Up Your Jeans With a Statement-Sleeve Blouse
From billowy puff shoulders to voluminous ruffles, the runways got plenty of dramatic sleeve action. The easiest way to incorporate it into your wardrobe right now is to pair an of-the-moment puff sleeve blouse with your jeans.
Cinch You Waist With a Chain or Rope Belt
An easy way to look entirely on-trend this year is to add a belt. Cinch a metallic chain belt or rope belt over your sweater, blazer, overcoat, or dress. We saw cool belts adding interest and flattering touches to ensembles at Chanel and Celine.
Try a Classic Blue Sweater
While vibrant saffron, scarlet, orange, and aqua shades are also trending hard for spring 2020, Pantone’s Color of the Year, Classic Blue, is a much easier shade to pull off in the midst of winter. Dependable and timeless blue hues dominated the catwalks, conveying comfort and ease.
Try Long Shorts With Your Tall Boots
There’s no doubt that long shorts are going to be one of spring’s biggest trends—seen on practically every major runway. Yes, it’s still freezing out, but wear them over tall leather boots to keep you toasty right now. And when spring arrives, sport them with your sandals or sneakers.

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