Winter Fashion Trends 2023


Now is the time to plan your 2023 winter wardrobe, and we’re making it easy for you this Fashion Day, 17th May 2023. Layers, faux fur and velvet are taking centre stage for this winter season. Here are our top winter fashion tips and wardrobe suggestions from our fashion team at TVSN.

  1. Oversized Outerwear: Oversized coats, jackets and jumpers are making a statement this winter. Look for longline trench coats, chunky puffer jackets, oversized jumpers and long sleeved tees.
  2. Chunky Knits: Stay warm and stylish with chunky knitted sweaters, cardigans, and turtlenecks.
  3. Faux Fur: Faux fur is back in a big way this winter. Embrace the luxurious texture with faux fur scarves, coats, vests, and accessories.
  4. Velvet Elegance: Velvet is a timeless fabric that exudes elegance and sophistication like our Yarra Trail Stretch Velvet Pant.
  5. Plaid Perfection: Plaid prints are a classic choice for winter, and they are making a comeback in 2023. Try different plaid styles like houndstooth or windowpane checks too.
  6. Statement Boots: Make a statement with your footwear by opting for bold, eye-catching boots with leggings, jeans and skirts.
  7. Layering with Purpose: Winter is the perfect time to master the art of layering. Combine different textures and lengths to create visually interesting outfits like a turtleneck dress or tailored blazer over a knit sweater.
  1. Accessorise to Elevate: Complete your winter outfits with the right accessories. Look for oversized scarves, statement belts and gloves like funky fur trimmed ones or chunky jewellery.

Allow these trends to inspire you and reflect your person style and know that we’ve got you covered at TVSN – from chunky rings and wide brimmed hats to funky sneakers and gold chains to layer in different gold colours, styles and lengths.

“It’s important for us as an omnichannel retail business that needs to meet the need of a diverse market to ensure that we remain on trend and relevant across all our categories of products, especially fashion,” says Judy Deuchar, CEO of TVSN

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