It’s almost winter and many of us will use this as THE perfect excuse to expand their wardrobe. (Guilty as charged. Don’t judge.)

With four seasons a year and all those fun trends coming our way, this can easily turn into a very costly affair. Luckily for us, enlarging our winter wardrobe doesn’t necessarily have to be expensive.

The Primark Fall/Winter 2013-2014 collection is one with many looks and so many Fall/Winter trends as seen on the catwalks. Think about the oh so popular tartan print, torn denim, fur accents, retro feel and loads of edgy accessories. They’re all to be found in this collection. Every fashion lover will be charmed for sure.

Fan of grunge and punk? Or a bit more into romantic black and lace? Or are classy female dresses more your thing? Whatever it is you want, Primark will have it.

Primark FW 2013 2014_lovelifelovefashion 2Also the boyfriend jeans and beanies will remain popular this season.

Primark FW 2013 2014_lovelifelovefashion 3Tartan prints as seen on many catwalks and loose printed trousers will become a standard on the street.

Primark FW 2013 2014_lovelifelovefashion 6Fur accents and animal prints will still be with us for some time. Combine those summer items you already have with a cool winter jacket, thick comfy scarf or beanie and you can wear them this winter too.

Primark FW 2013 2014_lovelifelovefashion 5Metallic accents and abstract prints are also to be found in Primark’s new collection.

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Even the flower print won’t totally disappear. Although it will be less colorful this summer and with a more ‘classic’ touch.

For my Belgian readers: I know we’re all impatiently waiting on Primark coming to Ghent. Well remember, good things will come to those who wait. The store will (normally) open its doors in September 2014 at the corner of Lange Munt and Vrijdagsmarkt. Can’t get much better than that! Very central and close to the parking lot, to drop those bags filled with new stuff. And with 4,500 square meters of shopping space, there will be plenty of room for all of us! ;-)

Pictures: Primark