Winter fashion trends that need to end
If you are a fashion enthusiast, you have already started mentally planning your change in seasonal attire. Fashion naturally evolves quite a bit over time. However, people often have a hard time letting go of their favourite fashion trends. This is why today to talk about some winter trends that, well, have passed their prime. We are not judging your style if you still own or adore any of these outdated winter fashions listed below but you are probably better off without them this season.
Badly fitted clothes
Even though oversized clothes are still in style, it's advisable to discard completely shapeless things. Such sweaters frequently have an unpleasant appearance. Choose roomy warm clothes that do not hang on you or fit your body too tightly.
Shawl with western clothes
Admit it, we have all done it before. Wearing shawls with our favourite blue jeans and a white tee. However, with the evolving fashion trends, this probably will not be the pinnacle of your best fashion moments. Shawls are best suited for our traditional wear. Regardless of gender, pair your favourite shawl with the style of traditional clothes that you like the most.
Monkey caps are the most overused winter fashion accessories of all time. We get that you might feel it saves you from the cold breeze of winter, but you do not necessarily need to opt for a money cap to curb the cold. You can instead style your look with a nice woollen hat which not only saves you from the cold but also are a great style statement.
Buying cheap winter clothes
We understand that we all enjoy a good deal. Having said that, winter is just not for style. There should be a nice blend of style and comfort. So, refrain from your ODC (Opposite of Dhaka College) binge to make sure the clothes that you are buying for the winter are not only stylish but also protect you from the weather. And investing in a good piece of jacket or overcoat will last you a very long time.
Skipping on moisturiser
This may not sound like typical fashion advice, but skincare is never out of fashion. Keeping your skin moisturised is important throughout the year. The extreme weather of winter demands you to take care of your skin even more. So, do not try to hide your dry skin under baggy winter clothes, instead, moisturise your skin regularly.