When it comes to seasonal dressing, there are some stores that seem to have a particular period down. Zara, although excellent year-round, seems to outdo even itself in the summer months, with various It dresses lining its rails. Similarly, I always think ASOS gets warm-weather dressing so right. But of course, I'm not here to talk to you about summer clothes (spring, perhaps, but not summer). So allow me to turn your attention to the brands leading the style charge this winter: H&M, Mango, and Monki.
TyLynn Nguyen wears an outfit from Mango.
As an editor, an integral part of my job description is to scout the new-in sections of, well, just about every fashion website you can think of to find the best pieces that have landed overnight. And below are the pieces I think you need to see from the three aforementioned stores.
From knitted dresses and duvet coats to expensive-looking boots and truly impressive knitwear, keep scrolling to see my favourite buys from strong winter collections at H&M, Mango, and Monki.
H&M Fine Knit Dress (£50)
I plan on wearing this dress over a marl grey roll-neck…
H&M Leather Ankle Boots (£70)
… Then, I'll add these elegant leather boots.
H&M Puffer Coat (£60)
An affordable way to tap into the duvet-coat trend.
H&M Knitted Alpaca-Blend Jumper (£40)
I already own this knit in brown and can confirm it's absolutely worth the investment.
H&M Frill-Trimmed Blouse (£18)
Pie-crust collars will always be my favourite neckline.
H&M Calf-Length Skirt (£20)
I had to do a double take when I saw the price of this skirt.
H&M Tall Leather Boots (£120)
Mock croc always makes an accessory or shoes look much more expensive.
H&M Puff Sleeve Dress (£40)
Perfect for the "party" I'll be attended on my sofa. I'll then carry this dress with me into spring.
H&M Leather Loafers (£50)
Get ahead of 2021's biggest shoe trend with these thick-sole loafers.
H&M Wool-Blend Coat (£120)
Purple isn't a colour I wear often, but I find myself swooning over this rich plum hue.
Monki Long-Sleeve Midi Dress (£30)
Another knitted dress I have my eye on.
Monki Sailor Collar Sleeveless Shirt (£20)
This sleeveless blouse is ideal for layering under just about anything, even the thinnest of knits and dresses.
Monki Stirrup Leggings (£25)
Stirrup leggings are a game changer if you're looking to tuck them into boots.
Monki Faux Croc Bag (£20)
Monki always has excellent arm candy.
Monki Tailored Coat (£85)
I swear, I've paid four times this amount for coats that only look half as chic.
Monki Kimomo Jeans (£40)
These best-selling denim jeans are finally back in stock.
Monki Soft Knit Top (£30)
Tick off two trends in one with this buttermilk polo-neck sweater.
Monki Large Organza Scrunchie (£5)
I always pop a fancy scrunchie in my hair so I feel pulled-together between washes.
Monki Super-Soft Cardigan (£30)
I'm petite, and this slightly cropped cardigan is my go-to for my frame.
Monki Pleated Midi Skirt (£25)
Just add a matching cream knit.
Mango Sweetheart Neckline Sweater (£30)
This neckline is trending thanks to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Mango Textured Wool-Blend Coat (£90)
I just know I'll wear this timeless coat for seasons to come.
Mango Chunky Knit Gilet (£36)
Easily my favourite knitted tank I've seen so far.
Mango Pleated Volume Clutch (£36)
I'm still to invest in an oversize clutch, and this one is just the ticket.
Mango Belted Knitted Jumpsuit (£70)
Personally, I'm not big on joggers, so I'll be lounging around the house in this jumpsuit instead.
Mango Buckle Faux-Fur Sandals (£50)
The perfect house shoes.
Mango Cotton Denim Shirt (£36)
Denim shirts are set to be big news in 2021, so I'm investing in this fresh option.
Mango Blazer Style Coat (£120)
I have a thing for blazers, so I'm glad I can wear them throughout the winter by way of this heavy-duty style.
Mango Double Buckle Belt (£20)
This will look so chic belted over coats or chunky jumper dresses.
Mango Ribbed Pyjama Shorts (£20)
Naturally, I'll be snapping up the matching cardigan, too.
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