Let's face it, winter is fast approaching—the temps are dipping by the day, the days are getting darker, and the holidays are just around the corner. So you need the perfect wardrobe to ring in the new season, right? To prep your closet with the must-have warm essentials, we tapped Gabriele Hackworthy, Porter's fashion director and editorial fashion director of Net-a-Porter, to fill us in on the top trends every woman needs to test out this coming winter.
Keep scrolling to catch the seven trends that will be massive this winter, and shop each from Net-a-Porter's beautiful offerings, too. Plus, go a bit further to scoop up more affordable winter finds.
"Joseph’s asymmetrical knits are an absolute winter essential. They are relaxed enough to run errands and lounge in but also look pulled-together and fashion forward. Worn alone or together as a set, I like to pair these separates with my white Common Projects sneakers."
"Saint Laurent's classic tweed blazer is a winter essential. I love this with a simple turtleneck and Church’s loafers for a polished look for the city, and with jeans tucked into Wellington boots for weekends in the country."
"There’s nothing more refreshing during the bleak winter months than a floral print in moody hues. I love to wear long floral dresses with tall boots, a vintage belt, and a tailored vest or jacket."
"I love this Gucci knitted vest, and it’s perfect for London weather. I’d wear it with Gucci’s pussy-bow blouse and a tweed pencil skirt for a buttoned-up English look. The Intarsia and tweed prints mixed together add a bit of eccentricity to liven up the look."
"Morroco is one of my favorite places to holiday and to shop, and I always incorporate pieces I have picked up on my travels with my urban wardrobe. The colors and pattern of this Chloé shearling-trimmed wool-blend cape remind me of the Souk in Marrakech and will undoubtedly keep me warm on frosty London days. It will pair perfectly with knee-high suede boots, my Frame denim, and a chunky knit."
"I am a bohemian girl at heart and love anything that feels nostalgic or looks like it was handed down to me by Talitha Getty from the 1970s, like this Gucci dress, suede poncho, and embroidered peasant top."
"Winter is all about sweater dressing and layering up. What’s interesting about this McQueen style is the cut-out shoulders. What I love about this McQueen knit is that it shows an unexpected touch of skin—a nice surprise when you take off your coat!"
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