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Excited to get into some cool weather layers that aren’t track pants? We asked MYER at Westfield Belconnen for the inside scoop on 2021 winter fashion.
This time last year, we were all predominantly stuck indoors, and the height of fashion was all about one thing: comfort.
As we usher in the cooler weather again this year, and life is returning to some semblance of normality, you may need a bit more than your trusty sweats and hoodie to get you through this season.
If you’re looking for a bit of inspiration, we had a chat to the team at the newly-refurbished Myer Belconnen about the trends for this year, and some key pieces to add to your winter wardrobe.
Jackets cropped and puffed
In winter in Canberra, nothing works harder than your outerwear, so a great jacket is always your number one essential.
In what will be news to many Canberrans’ ears, puffer jackets are well and truly in this year, so it’s time to wear that baby loud and proud.
Layer up underneath and pop a cropped jacket on top for an on-trend look.
Ah denim—that key fashion ingredient that is always in style.
This season, go for high-waisted jeans, which are perfect to match with that cropped jacket, or more relaxed ‘Mom’ style jeans. And don’t just restrict your denim to your jeans. If you can manage to pull them off, overalls and dungarees are also having a big moment.
In winter, sleeves are your friend, but this season, make them puffed.
From shirts and blouses to dresses and coats, puffed sleeves are everywhere. Remember, if you embrace volume and go big on the sleeves, balance it out with a cinched waist.
For most of us, the transition back to wearing heels seems like A LOT. But sometimes, you really need to step things up (pun intended) and elevate your outfit beyond what a sneaker can do. Enter the loafer.
Stylish enough to show you’ve made an effort, but comfortable enough that you will *almost* forget that you had to change out of your slippers for the day.
To get you through winter in Canberra, a boot isn’t just a fashion accessory—it’s an essential item for avoiding frostbitten toes.
We may all be resuming some level of normalcy in our daily lives, but that doesn’t mean we still don’t want to continue living our best loungewear lives. And the best thing is, with the right pieces you can blend them into outfits to make them outdoors-appropriate.
Go for comfy pieces that fit well for a more tailored look, or add a blazer for a cosy yet polished outfit.