It can be tricky to look trendy when you’re trying to keep warm under layers of fabric, but there’s nothing glamorous about goosebumps and chattering teeth. Never fear fashionistas! Accessories can save your street style from taking a hit during the chilly months. These five accessory trends will add a fashionable pop to any fall or winter ensemble. Oh, and did I mention that they’re all under 50 dollars? That’s right. Instagram and bank account friendly. Score.
Flight attendant style. Parisian chic. Call it what you will, but one thing is for sure: this is a trend you’re going to want to snag (metaphorically speaking). A silky necktie scarf is the cherry on top of your fall ensemble, instantly making you look like a world traveler and style connoisseur. I mean if Audrey Hepburn endorsed it, it’s going in my shopping cart.
The Newsboy Cap
Newsboy caps were all the rage in the early 2000s, second only to Britney & Justin’s relationship drama. Now guess what? They’re baaa-aaack! The hats…not Brit & JT (sorry). I’ve got to admit that I love the Newsboy hat trend, especially when paired with menswear inspired pieces. This is definitely a winter win.
Channel your inner rock star with some Woodstock-worthy glasses. You could be simply dressed in jeans and a tee, but sliding on a pair of retro specs will take your look to the next level. On braver days, go all out by pairing them with a faux fur jacket and bellbottoms for a seventies’ starlet aesthetic.
Your coat will become your uniform in the winter so why not grab a few pairs of fabulous gloves to spice up your look. Being warm doesn’t have to be boring! A playful pair of gloves allows you to be bundled and beautiful.
If you want to instantly make your outfit more interesting, texturize your look with a pair of patterned tights. I love wearing tights with leather skirts or patterned dresses and booties. Grab a few to match your mood to your muse: polka dots for your inner Blair Waldorf and opaque tights when you’re feeling more like Wednesday Addams.
Elevate your outfit with these trends as temperatures dip this season. Happy accessorizing!
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