The Stafford Fashions team are excited to announce they are offering their full range online, go to staffordfashions.com.au to find out more.
The Stafford Fashions team are excited to announce they are offering their full range online, go to staffordfashions.com.au to find out more.

Fashion tips for Winter 2020

WINTER 2020 is here and there is no better time to be topping up your wardrobe with the latest fashions to get you through the chilly months ahead.

It's been difficult to get out and about of late to check out this season's looks, so we've brought them to you… 5 trends to keep you looking good.

 

Stylish Activewear - Once upon a time, we'd never have worn our tracksuits out of the house. Thankfully that has all changed and you will find great active wear in the stores that looks good and can be dressed up with a tailored pant or jeans. If it's warmth you are after, be sure you invest in thicker fabrics that are fleece-lined. Colour is not just for summer dressing, go for the bold jewel tones of blue and green, classic navy is also popular.

 

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Sporty longer-line jackets are a must in your winter wardrobe, and they can be worn through spring. Pick one that is lightweight with a comfortable anorak-style fit that you can wear easily over your outfit when heading out. You can then take it off and swing it over your arm when you get indoors. Large pockets and a removable hood are also handy to have. Great for when we get back to travel. Classic colours like black, navy and taupe will stand the test of time for this investment piece.

 

The Stafford Fashions team are excited to announce they are offering their full range online, go to staffordfashions.com.au to find out more.
The Stafford Fashions team are excited to announce they are offering their full range online, go to staffordfashions.com.au to find out more.

 

Romantic bell sleeves are featuring prominently this season. It doesn't need to be over the top, just a flowy frill at the end of the sleeve freshens the look of a top.

 

The Stafford Fashions team are excited to announce they are offering their full range online, go to staffordfashions.com.au to find out more.
The Stafford Fashions team are excited to announce they are offering their full range online, go to staffordfashions.com.au to find out more.

 

Slimmer Leg Pants are becoming popular with the over 60s ladies. Ponte fabric is suggested as it provides a thick double-knit giving two-way stretch that moulds to your body shape giving a form-fitting silhouette. The slimmer legs look great with longer line tunic tops and jackets. They can be worn tucked into boots for warmth, with a flat shoe or a heel.

 

Snoods instead of scarves. Snoods are like a scarf but the ends are sewn together to form a ring of fabric which is then worn around the neck, looped once or twice. They are much easier to style than a scarf and can be used on any outfit.

 

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Stafford Fashions range is tailored to ladies over 60 that want their clothing to be stylish but still practical.

 

The team have been busy hunting through a wide range of Australian clothing labels to bring to life a curated collection of clothes.

 

They have a website www.staffordfashions.com.au and an online catalogue https://www.staffordfashions.com.au/pages/catalogue which can also be mailed out.

 

For Seniors readers, they have put together an exclusive offer of 25% of ALL stock, enter 'SENIORS1' at the checkout to receive this discount or phone them on free-call 1800 595 455.


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