Work, party, dinner and drinks? No need to separate casual and dressy wear in your winter wardrobe, according to current fashion trends. These trends reflect a merge between a year spent at home in comfortable attire and a new urge to dress up and have fun. Soft garments take you comfortably from work to dinner parties and home again to cosy up by the fireplace. Play with contrasts, colours and accessories and wear the same versatile pieces for numerous occasions this holiday season and beyond.

1. (House of Dagmar, “Thelise” coat)

Trust a timeless statement coat to keep you warm. This navy wool and cashmere Thelise coat from the Swedish brand House of Dagmar has a sophisticated, masculine look. Style the boxy fit with tights and pumps for a delicate contrast. Top it off with chic, red lips.

House of Dagmar, Thelise Coat, €800

2. (Rabens Saloner, slip-on dress)

A silky slip-on dress is a year-round wardrobe staple. Layer this dress from Danish Rabens Saloner with a thin turtleneck or blouse underneath, and put on stacks of jewellery for the ultimate party feel. Simple yet gracefully elegant! The dress is also great with a knit pullover and bright, coloured tights for relaxing but fashionable days at home or in the office.

Rabens Saloner, slip-on dress, €195

Fashion Diary: December 2021

3. (Cos, slim-fit turtleneck)

Adding a touch of colour is a super quick fix for a mood booster. This wool turtleneck from Cos has a slim fit that goes well under a dress or shirt.

Cos, slim-fit turtleneck top, €45

4. (PearlOctopuss.y, earrings)

Jewellery no doubt has the power to make you look and feel divine. These earrings, handmade in Oslo, can enhance any outfit – a perfect touch of Christmassy sparkle that will look just as pretty after the festive season too.

PearlOctopuss.y, Mini Oyster earrings, €160

Fashion Diary: December 2021

5. (Séfr, blazer and shirt)

A black blazer never goes out of style. The Power blazer from Swedish Séfr is made in a lightweight wool material and features a wide lapel and single buttons that give a casual feel. It can be worn with a shirt, like the pictured Prince shirt, for dressy occasions, or with a jumper underneath for a more relaxed look.

Séfr, Power Blazer, €220
Séfr, Prince Shirt, €400

6. (Livid, “hayes” trousers)

The soft virgin-wool fabric of these flowy trousers from Norwegian Livid makes them very comfortable to wear. The draped silhouette adds a sense of sharp suited-up style, making the trousers a perfect example of laid-back stylishness.

Livid, Hayes grey trousers, €255

7. (Louis Abel, “Aurea” ring)

Swedish brand Louis Abel makes unisex jewellery to be worn now and treasured forever. The gold-plated Aurea twin ring offers a minimalist yet playful texture and design.

Louis Abel, Aurea twin ring, €190

8. (Tiger of Sweden, pullover)

One of this season’s most on-trend colour tones is green. With this moss-green turtleneck from Tiger of Sweden under your shirt or blazer, you’ll look dapper while keeping warm.

Tiger of Sweden, Nevile Pullover, €139

Fashion Diary: December 2021

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