Charlotte Collins, Fashion Editor
1. I’m a bit of a black-and-navy devotee at this time of year, so the sparkly belt trend is perfect for bringing my wardrobe to life.
Belt With Sparkly Tones, £19.99 | H&M
2. Whether it’s for weddings or a night out, a statement little bag is my favourite way to dress up a look. This Topshop design is fun, expensive-looking and, believe it or not, practical too.
Beaded Grab Bag, £32 | Topshop
3. I’ve yet to take the vinyl plunge, but these will be perfect when I start suffering from wardrobe fatigue come January.
Black Vinyl Editor Jeans, £49 | Topshop
4. I love a warm, oversized sweatshirt, and this simple slogan style is ideal for a comfy-cool combo.
Sweatshirt, £9.99 | Bershka
5. I’ve recently become a hairband convert – ideal for hiding greasy hair days. I’ll be wearing this sparkly number into the new year and beyond.
Padded Rhinestone Headband, £17.99 | Zara
6. I'm really into head-to-toe colour blocking right now, so I’ll be adding matchy-matchy grey trousers to this knit, along with chunky biker boots for everyday cool.
Rib-Knit Polo-Neck Jumper, £24.99 | H&M
7. These + my new vinyls + the statement headband + a chunky jumper + the bag = the perfect winter outfit.
Sandals With Rhinestone Strap, £39.99 | Zara
8. I’ve pretty much given up on normal bras these days. Stories’ little lacy numbers are my favourite.
Floral Lace Satin Soft Bra, £27 | &Other Stories
Lu Hough, Style Director
1. Chunky chains have been the biggest jewellery trend of 2019. Don’t expect them to go anywhere.
Chain Link Bracelet, £12.99 | Zara
2. Super useful this time of year. I love the puffed shoulders that give this classic body a more modern look.
Puffed Sleeve Bodysuit, £15.99 | Bershka
3. An affordable version of the Otiumberg earrings, these work with everything.
Hammered Pearl Pendant Earrings, £23 | & Other Stories
4. You can’t beat a chunky cardigan at this time of year and I love the leopard-print buttons as a point of interest.
Wool & Mohair Cardigan £29.99 | Zara
6. Silk loungewear is the ultimate indulgent treat. These will look great with a chunky knit and cashmere socks.
Loose Mulberry Silk Knickers, £35 | COS
8. The most stylish way to dress up cold ankles this time of year, I love this look with velvet heels.
Women’s Metallic Socks, £5 | COS
Polly Sayer, Fashion Assistant
1. The perfect ‘nice top’ (as in, ‘jeans and a nice top’). I love the chic high neck and loose fit of this one.
High-Collared Sequin Top, £19.99 | H&M
2. Plated in 24k gold on sterling silver, this chunky ring looks much more expensive than it’s £30 price tag.
Limited Edition Signet Ring, £29.99 | Zara
3. You can’t go wrong with a pair of satin pyjamas. These ones are nice enough to wear out of the house with a pair of kitten-heel mules.
Satin Pyjama Set, £30 | M&S
4. It’s a myth that socks will be badly received – I have a couple of pairs of these Muji ones which are toasty warm and great quality.
Yak Rib Stitch Mix Socks, £7.95 | Muji
5. Scrunchies are great for adding a bit of personality to an outfit. This one will make a great small gift for those tricky to buy for.
Velvet Bow Scrunchie, £25 | The Uniform
6. Thanks to its pearl embellishment, this sweater feels festive enough to count as a Christmas jumper, but subtle enough to wear in the new year too.
Knit Sweater Faux Pearls, £29.99 | Zara
7. Pretty underwear is something I love, but can rarely justify treating myself to. Dora Larsen’s pretty, clashing-colour bralets strike the balance between sexy and comfy.
Soft Bra, £48 | Dora Larsen
8. When you find a good pair of jeans, buy them in every shade. I have these in a light blue wash which I’ve worn to death. The washed black will be just as versatile.
Hi-Rise Straight Leg Jeans, £25.99 | Zara
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