FASHION TIPS 18 November 2022
Winter 2022: The Key Trends To Stock This Season
The air is crisp, and with temperatures continuing to drop, it’s time to stock your shop with the key trends for winter 2022.
Say what you want about the winter months. There are definitely some perks, the snowy winter, the holidays, and, best of all, the fashion. Winter presents a great opportunity to refresh your offering with a curated selection of premium Italian brands. So get ready to stock your shop with the biggest trends for winter 2022.
Cowgirl & CowboyThis winter, we are seeing the revival of the wild wild west with cowboy and cowgirl fashion. The western-influenced collections feature garments with western touches, such as cowboy boots, denim on denim, fringing, and western shirts.
Quilted CoatsQuilted coats, jackets, and vests have gained major popularity as of late for being the perfect combination of stylish and warm. They are perfect for those in warmer climates and for those who are in colder climates, they make great transeasonal coats or are ideal for a layering piece.
Maxi Skirts and DressesWhile it’s not the end of mini skirts, winter calls for long and effortless maxis skirts and dresses. Not only are maxis effortlessly stylish, but they are also perfect for layering, making them an ideal choice for the coldest parts of the year.
Bold ColoursDark colours and neutral typically dominate winter fashion, but this season we are seeing quite the opposite. Bold and bright colours that create an eye-catching look or add a bit of subtle pop are the best way to help your customers fight the winter blues.
Leather & Faux FurClassy and stylish, faux fur and leather jackets are winter favourites time and time, so while it may be a bit predictable that they are both in this year's trends, they are in there for a reason. Not only are these jackets perfect for everyday looks, but they are also ideal for creating an elevated look for special occasions.
Brands to include in your collection are Gas wholesale.
90’s MinimalismY2K is back, but this time, we’re focused on 90’s minimalism. 90’s minimalism is about simple silhouettes with classic touches. Think slinky black dresses, slinky skirts, white button-ups and jeans that all give an effortlessly stylish look,