How to Stay Stylish in Cold Weather
Baby, it’s getting cold outside. When temperatures plummet, our priorities tend to change when it comes to fashion, and getting dressed can feel uninspiring when putting practicality first. Luckily, there are a few easy tweaks you can make to avoid falling into a style slump this winter.
Thick woollen knitwear provides the foundation to every winter wardrobe, but how you layer it is the real game-changer. Combining two tactile textures like shearling and wool will not only double-up the cosy factor, it will also produce some sumptuously chic results. Meanwhile, investing in a classic camel coat gives you ample opportunity to switch up your base layers. Brighter colours, for example, add interest to dull, overcast days and liven up your wardrobe neutrals. Elsewhere, if it’s the footwear you stumble over when pulling together a look, winter boots layered under longer skirts is an editor-approved styling trick that instantly makes an outfit look fashion-forward.
Thought dresses were just for summer? Think again. At this time of year, a new genre of winter dress emerges to save us from too many days of wearing jeans in a row. Midi and maxi lengths are reimagined for the season in heavier textures and long-sleeved silhouettes that wear beautifully under knitwear for the day, or pair with capes and coats for an elegant transition into evening.
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