Tackle the chills of November in Style

The Emasphere

With the arrival of November 2020, those temperatures have been on the drop now! Hence it’s time to start bundling up. But in style of course! From tailored outerwear to cosy sweaters and chic sweater dresses, it is the season to try them all! You’ll want to change up your wardrobe. Autumn introduces plenty of neutral hues like melange grey, cream white, and classic black. The tasselled trim was given an elevated touch on the runway this season. Pops of pink, as well as autumnal orange, deliver some vibrancy. With the holiday season here, you will want to wear elegant dresses and tops in luxe velvet fabrics. Take a look at Wedding Affair’s guide for winter fashion.

Seductive Knitwear

Long-associated with crafty crocheting grannies and #cottagecore hype, knitwear has shaken off its schlumpy, dumpy past and taken on a sultry, provocative guise. A whole new category of sexy knits emerged in 2020, namely knitted hot pants (as seen on Irina Shayk), woven bralettes, rib-knit flares (uniquely figure-hugging at the waist) and ultra-cropped cardigans. Unsurprisingly, Jacquemus’s dreamy Le bandeau Valensole mohair-blend bralette proved to be an instant sellout (a vague “coming soon” tag looms below its listing on Matchesfashion.com) and reigned popular style among the It-girls – Hailey Bieber, for one.

Opera Gloves


There is nothing sexier than a woman in opera gloves and a fitted gown. Opera length gloves are properly worn with strapless, sleeveless, sleeveless with spaghetti straps or short-sleeved gown style. Have you noticed recently that a lot of people — mostly celebrities but also maybe your friends on Instagram — are wearing gloves with their outfits? Like, satin or sometimes sheer gloves that run from the fingertips past the elbow? Or maybe crystal-encrusted gloves, like the Moschino ones worn by Cardi B on the Met Gala red carpet? Formally, black opera gloves should not be worn with white or light-coloured dresses or gowns but can be worn with black, dark-coloured or bright-coloured clothing.

Statement Plaid Jacket

styleWhile there is plenty of wardrobes updates your closet needs for cooler weather—from boots to denim and beyond—topping it all off with the perfect jacket is key. Your topper is the first thing the outside world is going to see for at least a couple of months, so it’s time to invest in something stylish that will do the work for you. Stand out in the latest statement plaids that get you noticed from a mile away. Whether you go along with an ankle-grazer or short with a shapely blazer, these plaids are sure to be the fall staples.

Leather Jackets

styleA leather jacket is like gold when it comes to investment: It never loses its value. From ephemeral trends to closet staples, this outerwear piece outlasts all others when it comes to longevity, both in relevance and durability. Any year you can pull out your much-loved leather jacket is a year you can be stylish without trying too hard. Just pair with your favourite T-shirt and jeans for a more casual look or complement tailored pants to feel more polished.

Puffy Shoulders

While winter brought bold ruffles and oversized silhouettes, it also resulted in statement puff shoulders on both dresses and blouses. Simultaneously striking and stylish, these puff sleeves added a fun ‘80s twist to modern outfits. Try the look yourself if you’re after a powerful and fashionable daytime style. Just be sure to keep the rest of your look subdued, so you don’t appear over-the-top.

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