When it comes to jetsetting around the world, the best way to truly experience it is by immersing yourself in the culture, whether it’s tasting national dishes or dressing like a local.

Nobody wants to stick out as a tourist, not least because it makes you a prime target for pickpockets, but more so you’ll want to fit in. After all, who wouldn’t want to feel like a Parisian in Paris or a New Yorker in the Big Apple?

Fashion trends vary around the world, based on which fashion houses call it home, the climate, and the energy of the city. So, if you have any upcoming travel plans and want to fit in, Chinti & Parker is here to help with some flawless seasonal looks for the world’s most fashionable cities.

As the nights draw in and the temperatures start to drop, you’ll start to see thicker knits and wool-blend blazers take to the streets of Pigalle. When it comes to winter rotations, French women look for timeless pieces, with burgundy, navy and other neutral colours propping up a Parisian’s wardrobe.

It’s trouser season in the city, and cardigans and turtleneck sweaters provide the perfect accompaniment. When the rain comes down, the trench coat and umbrella take over the nooks and crannies around Montmartre, trickling down the cobblestone streets, completing a truly Parisian look.

A stone’s throw from the Alps, come winter it’s time to wrap up and out comes the cashmere once again. Sweaters are paired with flowing trench coats, with snug scarves and hats being two must-have accessories. The Milanese don’t drop the sunglasses though, with a chic pair being a year-round staple.

Heeled leather boots are a popular choice for strolling around the city, with neutral blends keeping everything classic in Milan.

With temperatures still mild in the winter, you can leave your woollen coats at home and opt for turtlenecks and cardigans to keep you warm as the evenings draw in. Style and sophistication still comes with the simple LA style and you’ll find day-to-day a lot of roomy cashmere jumpers and cardigans, alongside wide-legged jeans and trousers.


Seoul is the heart and soul of South Korea, with the capital home to almost 10 million locals. Practicality is at the heart of the city’s look; as the bright lights and skyscrapers loom over locals, it’s the bold colours and patterns that take centre stage on the streets, with a unique look that is unlike anywhere else on earth.

The summer months in South Korea can reach highs of 30°, so it’s no surprise that wardrobe practicality is key. The loose look is part and parcel of the city vibe in Seoul, with wide-leg jeans and chunky, clean sneakers exactly what you need to get from A to B.

The top half is there to make a statement, with crochet tops and boxy T-shirts for the warmest of days, complemented by short sleeve jackets and quirky jumpers and sweaters when the sun isn’t as bright.

Visit Seoul in the winter and you’ll be faced with a sea of puffer jackets. It’s believed around 80% of the population own one, so if you’re looking for the true South Korean look, you know where to start.

Whilst a padded jacket will complete the look, long patterned dresses and biker boots adorn the most stylish of Seoul, as they enjoy evenings out in Gangnam and the Brooklyn-like Seongsu-dong.

Winter in New York is cold. Very cold. Like Seoul, the puffer jacket is a staple, whilst heavy boots, scarves and multiple layers are a must as you drop in and out of the many museums, galleries and department stores.

Chunky knitwear is a necessity, with darker colours the predominant feature. Long skirts are popular among the braver women who are really looking to make a statement.