5 Tips For Staying Fashionable in Winter
Winter is a time for many things— hot chocolate, holidays, ski trips, and fuzzy socks. While there may be plenty of wonderful things about winter, it can be a challenge for many to stay warm while also staying fashionable.
Have no fear— here are some of the best fashion tips to ensure you stay toasty and look good while doing it.
Wear Big Sweaters
Winter is a time for sweater weather. Not only do they keep you cozy and warm, but they’re also incredibly forgiving. Enjoying all of those winter treats can leave you feeling stuffed at times. So, big sweaters can be your saving grace for being comfortable in cold weather while also looking stylish.
Don’t Forget Boots
Boots are a must for keeping your toes toasty despite colder temperatures. The best part is that there are all sorts of different kinds to choose from. From fuzzy ankle boots to long thigh highs, there is no shortage of styles to choose from.
Just make sure that whatever boots you buy have a little room in them for warm fuzzy socks. You don’t want them to be too tight when you pack on thick socks underneath.
Don’t Be Afraid of Tights!
Most people associate dresses with summertime. After all, it’s the skin bearing the season of the year. However, the winter can also be a wonderful time to strut your stuff in a dress! Tights will keep your legs warm despite the potential for getting chilly.
You can also pair tights with shorts with your favorite top or even a long sweater. The thicker the better, so don’t forget to choose ones that are winter tights rather than nylons.
Layers upon layers upon more layers is the way to dress in winter! Long layering tank tops with long sleeve shirts, and fuzzy sweaters and jackets on top. Why not put a scarf on top of that? There’s no such thing as too many layers when it comes to the chilly period of the year.
The more fun you have with layering, the more you’ll appreciate your outfit and stay warm doing it!
Load Up on Hats
Hats are great for any season, but especially winter! From beanies to fedoras, it’s a great excuse to pull out your favorite “chapeau” and look good while keeping your ears warm.
Accessorizing with hats is a fantastic way to tie your outfit together and give a pop of texture or color to your outfit. Above all, it’s practical to keep you safe from getting ill! When it’s snowing outside during the colder gray months, at least you know that your head and ears are well protected under your hat!