Although it’s still the preseason for your heaviest overcoat and chunkiest boots, that doesn’t mean you can’t start fantasising about all the lovely winter outfit ideas you’ll be piecing together in merely a few weeks. When the weather dips to a certain level, it’s all too easy to rely on the same ensembles you’ve worn for the last few years, huddling up in grays, blues, and midnight knitwear, and the usual black boots.
While nothing beats a classic, if you’re seeking some fresh winter pairings, look no further. Start juggling up your wardrobe and we’ll show you how to raise the heat in this blushing weather.
See Beyond the Basics
We adore puffers and traditional black jackets, but if you’re weary of blending in (or just never getting to flaunt your unique aesthetic, since, you’re usually covered up), opt to stand out. Rather than wearing solids and neutrals, go for a trench or topcoat with a fun design.
Amp up your outfit with a Neckerchief
We admire the appearance of a turtleneck or collared shirt worn beneath button-downs and sweaters, but layering on those pieces might make us feel a little overheated. A little neck scarf tucked into your top can give you the same effect without the risk of sweating.
Accept that knitwear dances well with skirts
Pair a bulky ribbed knit pullover with a pencil skirt that is knee-length. Relaxed maxi and skater skirts also go well with sweaters: Try the French tuck for a put-together look, and add a statement belt to make it complete. Don’t forget to lace up your outfit with knee or calf-length boots.
When it comes to layering this winter, you might not have to keep to the customary winter mainstays. Combine a vest, a corset top, a tee, or a crop top with your long-sleeved top or jumper to create a look that keeps the cold out while remaining unconventional.
Mix and Match
If you wear the very same warm coat nearly every day, you may mix and match scarves, hats, and gloves. A bright cashmere beanie can liven up a drab winter ensemble. Also, be brave enough to combine prints, but remember to pick colours from the same colour family for a put-together aesthetic.
What is your style going to be like?