Future Fashions Brighten Up January Shopping

Snow and bone-chilling temps are striking much of the country this weekend, so it’s the perfect time to heat up a hot toddy and pull up your laptop for some online shopping to ring in 2018. You’ll want something cozy and warm but festive and bright, natch. How about a faux fur that will catch their eye with style and make you feel good because it’s cruelty free? Keep the futuristic vibe going with boots and bags crafted from 100 percent plastic. You’d make Judy Jetson proud with pure PVC accessories. Emphasize the New Year by swathing yourself in something Ultra Violet. That’s the Panton official color for 2018. The bright purple will highlight your wintery January days.


Pantone announced “Ultra-Violet” as the official 2018 Color of the Year, but you’ve seen purple before. The hue has been a favorite of celebs from Prince to Elizabeth Taylor to Queen Elizabeth. The latest lavender popped up often on the 2018 fashion runways. Pantone describes Ultra Violet as complex and contemplative. If you’re into a shade that suggests the intrigue of what lies ahead in the New Year, invest in the color of royalty.

  1. Crew Kent duchesse-satin wide-leg pants, $300, Net-a-Porter

Cut from elegant lavender duchesse-satin, these pants fit the small of your waist and feature an exaggerated wide-leg silhouette. Party into the New Year pairing them with a classic black or white top.


Luxury brands such as Michael Kors and Gucci won’t be using fur in the future, so now’s the time to take a look at the cruelty-free and incredibly chic alternative. Did we mention that faux fur is incredibly affordable? Style and warmth are yours this winter in a bright faux-fur.

Diane von Furstenberg faux fur coat, $600, Net-a-Porter

Standout pieces include a saffron coat crafted from fuzzy faux fur with a navy neoprene lining for a substantial, insulating finish. The oversized silhouette layers comfortably over even the chunkiest of sweaters.


Plastic was everywhere during the Fall Fashion Week. Bags, boots, hats. You name it, designers showcased it in plastic. See-through and patent plastics dominated the runways.

Brandy Patent Boots, $60, TopShop

Red patent heeled boots liven up your wardrobe by adding a vibrant touch of color to your look. These 100 percent Polyurethane boots feature approximately 3-inch heels.

Read More: The Fashion Pieces You Should Buy in January


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