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Looks like the army is here to stay so why not join…the look

During Men’s Fashion Week many designers took cues from the military. Many of this season’s styles look like they’re straight out of a video game. Adidas Originals NMD R1 Trainer in Sesame Camo,, £74.99 The rising trend could take over normcore with the new ‘warcore.’ Brave Soul Cauley Military Overshirt,


Don’t forget your Winter staple fashionwear – the jumper, of course!

We all know jumpers are Winter staple-wear and this season many designers stuck with statement jumpers. Black 90s Stripe Jumper,, £22 Acne combined both with brightly coloured prints and patterns. Knitted Jumper With Geo Rainbow Pattern,, £25 Some, like Hermes, opted for ski-themed prints,and others, like Liam Hodges, opted


Luxurious looking and soft to the touch, velvet has obvious appeal over the Winter months

This isn’t the first-time velvet has been a key feature on the fashion runways and it’s definitely not the last. Whether its tops, jackets, skirts or dresses, luxurious-looking velvet was a major player, especially in New York and Milan. Pink Crushed Velvet Bandeau Dress,, £10 Max Mara featured velvet trousers,


Pull out the Pastels for a Paler Winter

Pastel is usually associated with Spring, but this year we’re revealing a pastel Winter. Strappy Dress With Buttons,, £13.99 Whether you want to dress it up with the strappy dress from Pull and Bear, or look more casual with a jumper from Urban Outfitters, pastels are always appropriate. Lazy Oaf