People aren’t ready to hit the town in high heels just yet - fashion trends to look out for in 2022

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As one fashion trend dies down, another one is around the corner, ready to take over again or for the first time.

Insider predicts that in 2022, plain leggings will be out, and unitards or one-piece suits will be in.

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People aren’t ready to hit the town in high heels just yet, instead, grab some platform boots, block heels, or a pair of Chelsea boots.

2022 will give way to more tailored silhouettes and replace baggy clothes.

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If you’re not ready to let go of the comfy baggy vibe, buy a pair of wide-leg pants with a body-skimming sweater.

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People are finally letting go of inconvenient micro bags. However, there’s a difference between a micro bag and a small purse, so don’t be afraid to keep things light with the small purse that can hold all of your personal belongings.

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Puffer coats will keep you warm while looking chic. You can look cute and stay warm all winter long thanks to this trend. Although they originate all the way back in the 1930s, puffer coats are still in fashion.

Micro blazers will be the hottest item in 2022. Paired with everything from slim pants to miniskirts, the micro blazer opens up a whole host of new styling opportunities.

Sources: The listharpersbazaar

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