2017 saw the highstreet take over the floral trend. The inspiration being from the house of Gucci, of course.

Now, cosy huge knitwear are my thing right now and owning some oversized roll neck single coloured ones are so in for this season. That will be my next blog post.

But for me, when you add some florals to it, I just get a little crazy and add more to that already extensive collection of mine. Im aware it is a trend that is so last year. But, considering pastels and frothy ruffled dresses are on trend for 2018, I feel that florals are a thing of beauty and they will linger on for a while.

No one does affordable and pretty knitwear like; Zara (zara.com), Newlook (newlook.com) or Stradivarius (Stradivarius.com).

Since the sales are going on, you are bound to get a comfy knit for the right price.

Here are few of my favourite pieces that will always be a part of my winter wardrobe no matter the fashion trends.

When I saw this grey floral embroidered knitwear from Newlook for 10 GBP, I just grabbed it. It is a soft knit and that itself won me over. Nothing puts me off than an itchy cheap material.

The grey tone with its floral designs just adds a beautiful element. Pair this with dark blue jeans, ankle boots and a faux fur jacket and you are good to go.

Newlook Page 1 & Page 2

The cream knitwear with cherry blossom design is my favourite knitwear till date. A material as soft as peach. This was a bargain and only costed 15 GBP at the Stradivarius sale.

It is definitely a versatile piece and the colour goes great with jeans, leather skirts or pants (black | maroon) or a beautiful pastel or metallic skirt. I’m pretty sure this is sold out but I’m linking a few of my other favourites from this brand.

Stradivarius Page 1 & Page 2

Puffer (padded) jackets always managed to creep its way in to every ones closet. Yes, it keeps you warm but it isn’t flattering. So if you are thinking of investing in one, please make sure that you get a nice statement bright colour and if you find one with a faux fur hoodie, then you have a winner.

This two way padded jacket ( black on the inside and mustard yellow out) from zara is everything. For 89 GBP i think it is worth it, only because I can wear it the other way, inside out and it keeps me so warm even when the weather gets awful.

Mustard and yellow colours are slowly making its way into an otherwise dull mundane grey and black winter.  Find yourself an bright overcoat that will add a pop of colour to your life. Actually a knitted scarf would do too. Hello zara again.

Zara Puffer Jacket

Zara Scarf

Zara Quilted Jacket

Zara Quilted Jacket Style 2


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  1. Shayri
    January 17, 2018 / 12:35 pm

    A) Fantastic write up. B) I’m so with you. People keep saying floral are dated buy they hang around, there’s a kind of classic quality to them that never fades.
    In 2016 girls were rocking floral printed jackets, now that’s kind of turned into floral patch winter wear… I’m all for this. Ruffles, peplums, Velvet & florals. So glad that pretty is back. I was getting tired of looking like a grey snowman in winters.

    • January 19, 2018 / 5:22 pm

      Well one cannot dictate trends and impose it to everyone. Each person has got their own sense of style. Florals are here to stay, for a while. Then comes spring and I have to quote Meryl streep from Devil wears prada again “florals for spring? how groundbreaking!”

  2. Sreepriya Sreedharan
    January 17, 2018 / 1:39 pm

    another option is SHEIN, their collection is much affordable and so pretty pretty!

    • January 19, 2018 / 5:15 pm

      I have never checked out that site and I think I need to make a video on it. I was always worried about the sizing of the clothes (getting it wrong that is)

      • Sreepriya Sreedharan
        January 20, 2018 / 6:59 am

        Yeah go ahead, and do give suggestion credits to me Shwetechi!!

      • Kshitija
        February 5, 2018 / 3:31 pm

        Yaaaa heard lot about shein…Amazing collection .. I’m also always worried about sizing and quality… Would love if u review it

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