How to dress for winter weather (part 2)

By | December 18, 2019

3. Why not pull off your wild side?

During the cold months, fur is considered one of the greatest sartorial no-brainers when keeping warm entails.

Shearling or faux fur, when worn tastefully, is likely to elevate your look at once.

Think about substituting a jacket or a peacoat for your fur coat. The texture change creates a high-end appearance which keeps you warm as well as being au courant.

For example, choose one faux fur collar on your coat, put on with leather pants. Improve your look with a jacket, blue sweater, pants, scarf as well as booties – for instance.

4. Try a style that makes a statement

If you are planning on making a statement with bags, shoes, as well as necklaces, another terrific step is making a statement using a coat.

Do not give in to your temptation to mimic the less than a sunny day by putting on dark coats and jackets.

You can skip the black and gray and select a statement coat in bold print or a bright hue.

To pull off this look, you should keep your look’s rest neutral and straightforward. Allow the coat to do all the necessary talking.

For example, go for a bold print for your coat, which you can match to your boot and keep the rest of your look neutral.

You can find the statement coats from Amazon and Nordstrom.

5. How about wearing white?

Many people will be likely to shy away from white when it comes to outfits in the cold months of winter (particularly people ascribing to the rule of post-Labor Day.

Similar to the above statement coats, white coats and jackets can indeed brighten a look while still feeling winter appropriate.

You can pair the white piece with dark solids for one lively contrast.