The weather is far from giving us even the slightest coool breeze just yet, but your wardrobe can rejoice with pieces inspired by the cold season. OHLALA selected a few trends that you can’t miss!


It is a fact that the cold season in this part of the world comes shy and doesn’t stay for too long. However, that doesn’t mean a long coat shouldn’t make its way into your wardrobe. Long styles draw attention to the ankles, where they should finish, and elongate the silhouette – which is reason enough to own one! You can opt for a lightweight piece if you can’t endure the warmth of thicker options.


If a long coat is not a suitable trend for this region, tank tops are perfect! They can be worn with a pair of denims, under your long coat or even on top of a buttoned shirt. Designers have decided that this season, they’re a fashionista symbol. This trend also proves that the ‘less is more’ movement is stronger than ever.


In the 1970s, deep brown was a mandatory colour to have in the wardrobe. But for some reason, it lost its stardom over the years. However, a few seasons ago, it started to show a comeback and now, you can easily find it in most big brands’ collections. You won’t regret purchasing that item you’ve been eyeing in chocolate or hickory tones.


We are all getting a bit tired of purple’s reign, but the truth is that it is still a popular colour amongst designers. To give it a refreshing spin, team it up with tones of the aforementioned brown. The colour combination won’t disappoint those seeking a trendier look. You can also pick a pair of lilac shoes to add an outof-the-box touch to your outfit.


Yes, we are definitely bringing boots to the spotlight. It’s basically the only time of the year that we can really enjoy wearing them. And guess what? We are not talking about any boots, but knee-high styles. The best thing about them is that you can continue to wear your summer dresses with a twist as they cover the whole bottom part of your legs and make sure to keep them warm.

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