A more light-hearted blog this week. Although we are all in Lockdown there is some light at the end of the tunnel. So, let’s talk about 2021 fashion trends!
The majority of 2020 was out of our control and we are all glad to see the back of it. 2021 although scary at the moment there is hope with the role out of the vaccine. There are some things we can control – our thoughts (read all about it in our previous blog) and another thing is our… wardrobe! So, below are 2021 fashion trends and beyond as they are classics in their own right.
Call us old-fashioned, but there’s nothing we love more than when a good wardrobe staple gets elevated to new heights. This season, it’s the trusty trench that has been given the special treatment – quilting!
JDY Quilted Trench CoatProduct on sale
Faux Leather Shirt
Not is it faux that’s really good but it’s easy to wear and it has now become a classic in terms of fabric. Being faux leather it’s comfy and always looks great year after year.
Faux Leather Shirt in Black from PiecesProduct on sale
Whether it be smaller multicolour or bigger and bolder muted florals we have you covered for Spring.
With more and more of us WFH or just spending more time in our homes loungewear which has always been popular has gone through the roof. Alongside this is sportswear, although gyms have been closed more than open many more of us, are jogging, cycling and working out at home. Who would have thought we’d fall so hard for a sports outfit? But when the time spent in your joggers exceeds the time spent in any other clothing – you know you need to upgrade your loungewear/sportswear.
This season many stylists are advising us to use only a few military accents, by adding only one piece of clothing or accessory, so the overall outfit looks more flexible and versatile. One thing stays unchanged and it’s the colour. No matter if it’s olive, khaki, green or emerald, the green hue is always a classic.
The look is all about strong silhouettes and strong personalities. Some of us are old enough to remember the 80’s – Oh I did love a shoulder pad – the bigger the better!