Five fun takeaways from Max Fashion’s new winter ’19 collection
Break fashion rules while having some fun
Icy winter months can be made exciting as well. And a new collection by Max Fashion shows how you can experiment for any occasion. Its winter ’19 collection is an artful balance between outdoorsy pieces—long winter coats with tartan prints—and party wear that’s packed with practical jumpsuits and feminine-looking florals. Here are five key takeaways:
FLORALS CAN BE FUN
We’re all aware why florals for spring are not groundbreaking (thank you, Miranda Priestly) but pair a silky floral dress with knee-high boots and voila! You have your winter party starter. And it’ll work equally well for events where your clothes need to look like they’ve been carefully curated.
PARTY WITH PRACTICALITY
If you’ve received multiple invites this festive season and do not want to wear one dress after another then know this: You do not necessarily have to wear them. Slip into a jumpsuit. It’s the easiest way to look put-together without putting any effort or thought into your look. Plus, you can dance the night away without a care in the world.
SAY YES TO RAINBOW PUFFERS
Puffers need not only be worn when you’re planning an excruciating trek. These jackets can look super vibrant in bright hues. It’s the ultimate cool-girl outfit. The best part is? They’ll keep you warm and snug.
BRING BACK THE ’80s
The era of Madonna and leotards was completely lit. You can bring it back by adding some neon into your wardrobe. But don’t forget to give it a contemporary twist by choosing neon as your go-to colour for outerwear.
THE UPDATED CLASSIC
Winters are incomplete with a classic coat. But wearing neutral-coloured coats every day can get boring. Switch it up by mixing some checks with it. You can wear a tartan overcoat or let the checkered lining of the outwear show. It just adds an element of surprise to an otherwise bland outfit.