Burberry Prorsum: Runway - London Fashion Week AW14

5 Hottest Winter Fashion Trends 2014, You Ready?

Burberry Prorsum: Runway - London Fashion Week AW14

So, goodbye to the warm seasons and winter is officially here. When you step outside now, you either retreat immediately or deal with just being cold, but it doesn’t mean that you have to let your fashion game drop too. There are too many hot winter fashion trends— from the all-the-time popular leopard prints to statement coats—to settle for an uncute outfit for winter. Take a look at the hottest winter fashion trends 2014 for outfit inspiration.

 Statement Coat
statement coat for winter 2014

A statement coat is the easiest (and coziest) way to wear one of your favorite prints. Just throw this eye-catching topper over the simplest, easiest outfit you own—like jeans and a sweater or a classic LBD—and you have an effortless (but eye-catching) winter outfit.

Leopard Print

leopard print for 2014 winter outfits

Leopard doesn’t really ever go away. Spice up your winter outfits with a leopard coat, animal print skirt or a pair of leopard flats to give your winter look a fresh spin!

Blanket Poncho

Blanket Poncho for winter outfits 2014

Ponchos have never reached that “cool” status. Sure, they kind of got there in the mid-2000s, but it wasn’t until Cara Delevingne walked in Burberry and Olivia Palermo stepped out this fall in a monogrammed plaid coverall that the old-person staple reached the major (fashion) leagues.

Normcore

normcore trend for winter 2014

Don’t groan. Yes, normcore’s gone high fashion. Also described as ‘perfectly boring’, the key to this trend is beautifully tailored louche trouser suits, soft wool jumpers, and a lot of classic grey, navy and black. This is about wearing the very best classic pieces you can afford, to make your life as simple and comfortable as possible.

Feeling Blue

blue color trend for winter 2014

While pink has reigned supreme in recent seasons, blue fought back on the AW14 catwalks. From cobalts to teals and everything in between, we’ll all be feeling blue this winter.