Two people were asked to tell Insider which items should be thrown out.
Bright colors and bold accessories are in, which means minimalist fashion is out.
Sweat suits are being replaced by more elegant loungewear.
Wide-leg trousers are replacing split-hem pants.
According to Kriena Nederveen, founder of Clé D'or, it is time to get rid of split-hem pants. The last couple of years saw a very distinctive look, but it can now be dated.
Wide-leg trousers are chic and are a good choice. They are great for both daytime and evening looks.
A white shirt is a better choice than a tunic.
Nederveen says that tunics and similar flowy tops can be replaced.
The hairdresser told Insider that this doesn't do what they think it does. It hits you in the wrong places.
A white shirt is a better choice than a tunic. Nederveen says that fitted or oversized is fine.
The rubber soles are out of place.
Nederveen says that Western-style booties are a little dated.
She said that boots are walking in a new direction at the moment.
If you want an updated look this winter, go for a dramatic ankle boot. The thick rubber soles have mostly been used for work boots, but they have also entered the fashion sphere in the form of platforms.
Sweat suits should be replaced with more elegant knit sets.
Nederveen says it's time to let go of hoodies and sweat suits.
She said to break the set up and wear them to lounge in during your time off. They can be used as fitness gear.
You can replace a classier with a fresh knit set. They range from knit polos and yoga pants to knit tanks and skirts.
The set reads sexy with a touch of elegance.
If you want to get rid of waterfall cardigans, go for a "jardigan" or "shacket".
Alison Bruhn is a personal, wedding, and executive wardrobe stylist and co-owner of The Style That Binds Us.
Adding a "jardigan" or a "shacket" to your winter wardrobe would be a good idea.
Small pieces are being replaced by statement jewelry.
It's a good idea to put away delicate jewelry this winter.
According to Bruhn, everything from earrings to belts is getting a face-lift. The accessories are bolder.
This winter, try an oversized knit sweater.
According to Bruhn, oversized sweaters are being replaced by boxy ones.
The exaggerated knits could be worn in a half-tuck style with jeans.
The sweater skims the figure at the waist, which is more flattering.
The knee-high socks are more versatile than the tights.
There is a lot of fun in wearing logo tights. Nederveen says they're hard to keep wearing.
The tights could be swapped for high socks. They can be worn in a lot of different ways.
It's a good idea to swap some of your neutral pieces for hotter colors.
Bruhn said neutral tones are going out this winter and should be replaced with bolder colors.
She told Insider that hot pink is in.
Low-rise skinny jeans are outshining high-waisted, straight-leg, and wide-leg jeans.
Early-2000s low-rise styles have threatened to return in recent seasons, and skinny jeans have been around for a long time. Nederveen says it's not time to stop wearing high-waisted cuts.
She said that skinny jeans can still work. The denim look will be more modern.
Straight or wide-leg jeans are popular.
Full-on glamour is in this winter, and cottagecore is out.
Cottagecore is being outshone by full-on glamour.
She told Insider to look for pieces in sexy silks and sexy sequines.
The faux-fur jackets and coats are fun to wear.
Try a large cut instead of a traditional blazer.
The traditional blazer is being replaced by an oversized one. A lot of brands are doing oversized versions of this.
The trend will not be for everyone.
She said that if you feel like you are wearing your grandpa's blazer, don't embrace this trend. You should go with your gut on this one.
If oversized isn't for you, look for a cut you like and wear it in a trend.
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