MeIf you’re looking to head west or any other direction for winter, there’s something on this season’s fashion trends list that’s sure to warm you up no matter your age. From crisp leathers to sharp cutouts, there seem to be an endless number of must-have options available at Long Island stores and beyond this year.
there is ” many It’s part of the trend,” says Merav Shiloni, owner of Thred in Patchogue. No exaggeration. Local shop owners and stylists agree that the winter trend is oversized coats, pants and sweaters. Cowboy boots, combat boots, blazers, cargo pants and corsets. Midi, maxi, miniskirts and dresses, colorblocks, turtlenecks, sheers, vests, crop tops, plaids, stacked loafers, leggings, legwarmers, small handbags, and large tote bags. Popular colors include green, brown, Black included.
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oversized coat and pants
Joanna Mazzella, owner of Mint Clothing Boutique, graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan. Her shops in Matty Tuck, West Hampton Her Beach, Stoney Her Brook, Southampton have a customer base she describes as “mother, daughter and grandmother”.
Mazzella says the wide-leg pant silhouette, which has been on and off since the 1920s and has seen a resurgence in recent years, is appealing to all ages and may continue to be popular until at least spring.
“Wide-leg pants and jeans are huge, and we have a lot of fitted tops to make the pants stand out,” says Mazzella. Let’s – it’s a throwback to the ’90s look – we have skinny, straight legs.”
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Turtlenecks have long been a cold-weather staple and a favorite for layering, but this winter they’re worn differently: under a jumpsuit or dress.
She says the throwback style is an element of the current nostalgia trend popular with young and old alike. Mazzella now says that she’s one winter favorite, plaid, will be a staple look.
Sagine Pierre, stylist and owner of the Sage & Angie Boutique in West Hempstead, believes cut-outs, western styles, or details will be stylish this winter among a customer group centered on women over the age of 25. is the key to
“They run the gamut in terms of style, size and placement,” Pierre says of the cutouts.
Pierre says her Western-inspired fringed ponchos have sold out, but there are others, like trendy green-and-black handbags, that have more subtle Western ties, she says. It actually has a western influence, thanks to
Mazzella adds, “You will see Western influences and details in everything from hats and belts to footwear and clothing.”
Leather or sheer tops and bottoms
Another winter trend is sheer, Pierre says. , suggests, “Sheer stockings can be worn with leather shorts, oversized sweaters, and booties.”
She added that synthetic leather leggings are also a bestseller in her store and come in a variety of colors.
‘Leather leggings are perfect for when you’re going somewhere and you don’t know what to wear but don’t want to wear jeans,’ says Pierre. “It can enhance your look on Instagram and make you look super skinny especially in black.”
“The leather is very strong,” says Shiloni, but the women who go to her shop, which range in age from 30 to 50, seem particularly drawn to “sequins and glamor,” and this winter’s trendy blazers. am.
The Love and Honey boutique in East Meadow is a go-to destination for fashionistas ages 13 to 30, with a large selection of cargo pants and other pieces that reflect just about anything else in trend. I’m here.
‘I realized this season was all about cargo pants in different materials: denim, leather, linen,’ says owner Jordan Krause. “You should also get brightly colored vests this season,” adds Krauss, “leg warmers are back.” But she suggests layering your ’80s favorites over boots and styling them “in a new way.”
mint clothing boutique, Location: 260 Love Lane, Mattituck, 631-298-8009. 83B Main Street, Westhampton Beach, 631-288-0743. Stoney Brook, 119 Main Street, Stoney Brook, 631-675-0263. 89 Main St., Southampton, 631-204-5890. shopmint.com.
thread7 Village Green Way, Patchogue, 631-730-5755, thredny.com.
Sage & Angie Boutique235 Nassau Blvd., West Hempstead, 516-500-9445, sageandangie.com.
love and honey2332A Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, 516-342-6847, loveandhoneyboutiqueny.com.