Fab looks to infuse bright colours into your winter wardrobe

Stylist Erica Wark highlights some of the biggest trends of the year.
February 10, 2022 2:36 p.m. EST

Winter can be a dark and dreary season, which begs the question – why do we gravitate towards neutrals and darker colours this time of year?

Bold, bright shades are one of the biggest trends for spring, but the best part is, these optimistic colours are already trickling into stores to enjoy now. You don’t have to go bright from head-to-toe – try a single bright piece, and mix in some other more subtle shades. By simply adding a bit of colour, you can bring a lot of joy! Stylist Erica Wark showed us some of her favourite bright shades to help us inject some life our winter wardrobes. 

Check them out below, and be sure to click on the video above for more from Erica!


Look 1: Orange

Get the look:

H&M turtleneck sweater | Hilary MacMillan jumpsuit | Zara wool coat | Zara quilted leather mini bag | l'intervalle Banbury rose leather ankle boot


Look 2: Citron

Get the look:

Banana Republic cashmere sleeveless top | Zara wool coat | Smythe printed wide leg trouser | ai Toronto Seoul Park handbag | Aldo Adwigocia ankle boot


Look 3: Blue

Get the look:

Zara soft knit sweater | Zara wool coat | Tanya Taylor Kiarah skirt | From Rachel burgundy opaque tight | l'intervalle Mallory shiny bag | l'intervalle Bowen suede ankle boot

To tone it down:

H&M oversized turtleneck sweater | H&M blazer | Tanya Taylor Kiarah skirt | Aldo Alodagynx bag | Zara heeled leather knee-high boot


Look 4: Pink

Get the look:

Banana Republic cashmere turtleneck sweater | Banana Republic cocoon coat | H&M dress pant | Aldo Jess pump

To add excitement with colour blocking:

AFRM, Hudson's Bay mesh turtleneck | Zara wool coat | H&M dress pant | Aldo Jess pump | l'intervalle Bree patent bag