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Five Trends to Watch Out For in 2022
Fashion
January 2022
Reading time 5 Minutes

From the perfect power suits to the best plain and simple contrasts

Here’s what we’ll be wearing over the next 12 months.
monochrome fashion

PLAIN AND SIMPLE

Black with white is a simple contrast but this season it takes on a more graphic approach in dots and stripes

1. Faux fur chequerboard coat, £139.99 Mango, branches regionwide

2. Belted dress, £175 Ted Baker, stockists regionwide

3. Long stripe knit, £550 Self Portrait at farfetch.com

4. Polka dot midi dress, £600 MaxMara, stockists regionwide

5. Leather appliqué jacket, £385 rixo.co.uk

suit Fashion 2022

SUITS YOU

Perhaps because we’ve stepped away from them for so long, but suits made a return to the catwalks for spring. An easy way to polish up your working wardrobe for 2022

Wide leg trousers

GO WIDE

Free-flowing, wide-leg trousers are spring/summer’s go-to for cool, laid-back living

1. Silk and cashmere pants, £2,010 therow.com

2. Wide leg trousers, £260 Paul Smith

3. Wide leg print pants, £355 aliceandolivia.com

4. Blue cotton wide leg trousers, £220 casaraki.com

5. Pleated wool gabardine wide leg trousers, £880 Sergio Hudson at net-a-porter.com

Blazer fashion

BIG IS BETTER

It’s not just about power shoulders for spring, give yourself plenty of room to express yourself with an oversized blazer

1. Oversized linen blazer, £99.99 Zara, branches regionwide

2. Camel herringbone blazer, £580 Veronica Beard at Harvey Nichols, Leeds

3. Corduroy blazer, £169 Massimodutti.com

5. Double breasted velvet blazer, £190 freepeople.com

6. Wool blazer, £490 Isabel Marant, stockists regionwide

White fashion

WHITE WORKS

You might not be saying ‘I do’ in 2022 but white works well in any wardrobe in winter, and was seen across many collections for spring

1. Cotton embroidered shirt, £45 White Stuff, branches regionwide

2. Jersey roll-neck, £45 Reiss, branches regionwide

3. Leather tote, £295 Kate Spade, stockists regionwide

4. Cotton jeans, £99 Whistles, branches regionwide

5. Leather platform trainers, £69 Kin at John Lewis & Partners

6. Cady jacket, £595 joseph-fashion.com

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