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Why Crochet Is The Trend You Need To Try This Winter

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By Nishtha Bhalla  December 8th, 2020

Say what you will, but grandma fashion is definitely having its moment. And the latest trend to catch our attention from the movement is crochet. Not only does the handcrafted trend fulfil all our Cottagecore aesthetic fantasies, but it also serves the higher purpose of being sustainable, and let’s face it – it’s so cosy. After making splashes on the spring runway, with houses like Fendi and Isabel Marant featuring sophisticated pieces in their collections, the trend is one that just won’t quit – and it’s ready to dominate our winter wardrobe as well.

If you are done with OTT, handcrafted music festival outfits, or just can’t fathom the idea of crochet being a high fashion piece, we have news for you. With soothing palettes that don’t lean heavily on festival-inspired bohemian styles, and focus on more modern, tasteful silhouettes, swipe on through to see why crochet is the trend you need to try this winter:

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Level up your winter ensemble with a crochet-knit coat and a scarf to match. Take notes from Gigi Hadid and pair the look with leather pants, neutral heels and dark sunnies, for the perfect mix of snug and high fashion.
Let Apoorva Arora show you how to transform your summer wardrobe into a winter-friendly one. Take a pair of crochet co-ords, pair it with a warm blazer with sharp cuts, and you're good to go!
While reel outfits come and go, there's no denying the impact that Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw has had on the fashion world. This season, cop the iconic Sex and the City character's trendy look and stay warm with a crochet newsboy cap.
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When it comes to crochet-knitwear, Janhvi Kapoor has the right idea. With lavender also having a fashion moment currently, ace two trends in one with a lavender knit sweater.
Who said crochet wasn't nightwear appropriate? Ace night-out glam with inspiration from Kylie Jenner – all you need to do is pair a halter-neck knit top with a leather jacket, leather pants, and chunky gold jewellery.
If chunky knits are more your thing, we've got you covered. Crochet works super well for chunky knits, so why not take inspiration from Parineeti Chopra and keep a crochet-knit overcoat handy. Brownie points if you find a beanie to match.
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Spotted on the runway at Alexander McQueen, give your usual handbags a rest and opt for a crochet handbag to lend a unique touch to your winter ensembles.