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A Closer Look at Winter 2021 Trends

By Jodi Al Hayek

This article was produced in collaboration with Infuse Humber.

Flaunting your fashion choices has become more difficult since Ontario's latest stay-at-home order. Luckily, the Infuse Humber team has put together a list of trends that will help keep you on point, even if the only people who see your outfit are your Instagram followers.

Winter Trends 2021

Puffer Jackets Are Everything

The puffer jackets were seen on nearly every F/W 2020-2021 runway show. It's all about that warm, oversize and cozy style.

Whether it's cropped or midi length, the jacket is great if you want to merge warmth and style.

Puffer jackets are usually made with black or brown leather material or corduroy, but this season the sky is the limit. This season's jackets come in metallics, primary colours, velvet, waterproof, and much more.

You can spend hundreds of dollars buying designer, but you can also find a very fashionable puffer jacket at an affordable price in your favourite stores like Zara, H&M, Aritzia, Shein and Nike.

Chunky Boots

Not only is this boot design fashion-forward, but it's also comfortable and warm.

This design puts a modern twist on flat boots using platforms or heavy lug bottoms.

Chunky boot shapes range from high-rise Chelsea boots to wellingtons to equestrian designs.

You'll definitely want to add these to your winter wardrobe. You don't need to spend a fortune to get this chunky look, though.

You can find it in Zara, ASOS, H&M, Hudson Bay, Shein and many more of your favourite stores.

The Chain Pouch

We've seen thick chains trending in jewelry, so it's no surprise that the trend has made its way over to handbags as well.

Chains are a simple addition that takes a regular bag and elevates it into a fashion statement of perfection.

The chain is significantly oversized and constructed with materials such as resin, acrylic, and metal, producing eye-catching effects.

Keep your style on point this season by following Infuse Humber here.

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