For those of us who are dealing with a frosty winter, dressing stylish while out in the cold can be tricky. Knit dresses are cute, but what about the rest of your legs? Cozy vests add a flare to your everyday style, but they’re going to have to be paired with long sleeves, cause bare arms are a no-go when the temperature starts to drop. We’re going to teach you how to wear all your favorites without getting frostbite this winter.
Layers are going to be your best friend. Layering can be the easiest way to wear something that might not be seasonally appropriate otherwise. Thermal leggings can be paired with dresses and skirts (or jeans if you’re somewhere freezing). The best part is, you can now find skin color tights in case you don’t want black tights killing the look of your outfit. There are also lots of fashionable thermal tops if you need a warm upper layer. You find thermal tops that channel Skims - aesthetic; think sleek tops that form fitting to keep you warm and highlight your curves.
Find a jacket that's not only warm, but matches your aesthetic. In the winter, people see our jackets far more than they see the rest of our outfits. You’re going to want to invest in a comfortable jacket, that fits your personal style and that will last you for a while. The worst thing is getting a jacket that won’t last the season. The beauty of winter jackets is there are so many styles to pick from. There are puffers, long trenches, wool, leather, and faux furs (or you can check out a thrift store and look for an old real fur jacket).
Accessories are your friend in the winter. Scarves and gloves can be the final touches for your outfit and keep you warm. Accessories can also let you bring out your creativity! While your everyday jacket or outfit might be toned down or dark colors, you can add some pop with a bright or patterned scarf. If you’re tech-savvy and can’t live without your phone but also don’t want cracked knuckles, try out fingerless gloves or touchscreen gloves. You can find them in knits, thermal fabric, leather, or fleece - you can thank phone addictions for the ever-growing options for touchscreen gloves. Of course, there are beanies and fuzzy earmuffs, but if neither are your cup of tea, try out a fuzzy bucket hat. These hats are a bit of a throwback, and while some might see them as trendy, they do keep reappearing every season, so maybe they’re slowly becoming a winter staple.
If you’re not sure about how to style any of these options, or you think you might have one of these options but also aren’t sure, book a styling session with one of our stylists. Our stylists will make all your fashion decisions easy as pie. No more frostbite to look good this winter. We’ll be serving style all season long.