Christmas trends 2022 UK
Fashionable people don’t want to change their clothes for Christmas (Picture: PA).
If your Christmas plans involved keeping the same outfit you’ve been wearing for a good year, then a Christmas forecast by famous fashion and home furnishing website House of Fraser suggests you have a whole lot of change to make – for December 25th.
This year has been quite the roller coaster ride for fashion, with many shops forced to close, online shopping making it easier than ever to get presents under the tree, and Covid-19 putting yet another spanner in the works for the season.
It is also suspected a record number of people could be getting hit by a Covid-19 killer virus and maybe out of costume for Christmas.
By suggesting some Christmas looks for you, now you can breathe a sigh of relief.
See what you wear below.
A floral schoolgirl coat and skirt set is a must-have (Picture: House of Fraser)
A polka dot schoolgirl coat and skirt set are a must-have for Christmas, especially to pair with platform trainers, say experts.
An understated outfit to match the theme of this year’s special occasion, an ankle short dress by UK heritage jewelry brand Jewellery Evolution from 200 Alba will ensure you can now effectively pair up with Platform heels, says the brand.
‘As one of our finest collections, our new collections are one of a kind by any jewelry label,’ says Beth Luxton of the brand.
‘The designs feature simplistic
elegant styles and a subtle yet romantic interpretation of opulent glamour. We often describe our collections as The Garden of Eden, all in a panoply of enchanting colors and textures.’
A bright, yellow hoodie and faux fur scarf have gained the top spot on the brand’s Christmas wishlist (Picture: House of Fraser).
Many people will be devouring the remaining meals of the year on Christmas Day, but not everyone will get around a delicious-looking meal cooked by a professional chef, says head chef at Marina Del Rey and The Old Compton Street, Will Mitchell.
Known for his Michelin-starred presence in the capital, Mitchell wants to add to his ‘fan club’ this Christmas by offering those who eat him out, a gift-with-purchase.
Alex Rennie by Wayfair is one of the hottest fashion accessories in the world (Picture: House of Fraser)
He suggests this might be an unusual idea, but Rennie by Wayfair is a great way to help the cause. Rennie By Wayfair is available across the UK at RushBazaar, Argos, Next, Dunelm, House of Fraser, and more.
The brand’s full-length faux fur scarf is available in a matching neckline, cream, from £16.99, an elegant style complete with a billowing quilted shoulder.
Try your hand at two other new fashion accessories that have gained the top spot on the House of Fraser wishlist: Alex Rennie by Wayfair’s stylish studded boots and a Christmas Christmas tree (Picture: House of Fraser).
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Using the ideas and tips collected by House of Fraser, Clare Narver is ‘searching for some cool finds’ for her festive gift items.
See her suggestions below:
An Alexa Echo from Oxfam is perfect for every member of the household (Picture: House of Fraser).
Try out one of your holiday gifts this year with a great price-friendly item from fashion brand Ugg.
Made using sustainable waterproof eco-fiber over the canvas, Ugg’s padded manchester is ideal for keeping feet hydrated while enjoying outdoor trips.
The cream leather mangrove boots will ensure you stay frost-free for the whole trek through the snow.
Luscious statement earrings will flatter almost any outfit (Picture: House of Fraser)
Eyes for every lady’s eyes by Reebok are perfect for ladies who love to sport stylish but affordable footwear.
These drop earrings would be a perfect choice for morning wear on Christmas morning.
The white and grey pair features a classic texture that will make any outfit look stunning, once you’ve polished them.
Wiggle your toes when you hear a nice beat in full swing
We love this innovative step by Kingfisher in the gemstone-encrusted slip-on shoes are ideal for all-night events (Picture: House of Fraser).
Christmas is a perfect time to ring in the New Year with some pampering, says Sally Wegner, Head of Perfume at Boots.
Get glam for the new year by popping a little surprise in your Christmas powder, says the famous doctor who tested the perfume against the Christmas Day flu pandemic.
If you can make it to midnight.