Since the pre winter season has already arrived it’s time to refill your wardrobe with latest winter collections.
There’s a huge variety of winter wear than can make you look fashionable and keep you warm at the same time.
But we often get confused about what to buy as even if you decide to buy a long jacket there is an enormous varieties under it.
So, here are some tips that might be helpful to you regarding what kind of winter garments you shall pick up this season!
1. Puffer coats
After from providing a very good insulation they look really cool.
You can pair it up with a knee length dress for a night look or can wear it with slacks and heels.
Wear a solid turtleneck sweater underneath your summer dress or even with a pair of trousers.
The idea of turtlenecks under dresses has been proposed by Tory Burch.
This is actually good that you can wear your summer outfits in winter with a single additional garment.
3. Trench coats
They will never go out of fashion and are one of the best winter wears according to me.
You can wear it with anything and everything starting from a pair of jeans to a LBD.
They are the best when it is too hot for a woolen coat as it provides the right amount of heat and makes you look sophisticated.
4. Woollen Leggings
Well you can wear them with dresses and skirts and as a much better substitute of stockings.
They are cozier and warmer and it is something that already exists in your wardrobe.
You can put them in a variety of styles around your neck or you can also use them for covering your head.
You can also take it in one side if you are going for an ethnic outlook for example kurta and leggings.
They are a must have for the winter days.
They are comfortable and make you look smart.
You can pair it up with jeans, jeggings or even chinoz.
You can check sites like SHEIN for cool sweatshirts and hoodies at an affordable rate.
Woolen shrugs are compulsory to have in these winter days.
They are usually preferred in this season as it keeps you very warm and the long length and woolen texture paired up with a high rise skinny jeans makes a new fashion statement.
A lot of celebrities have been observed pulling out this style with much elegance and style.
8. Leather jackets
They have got to be in your wardrobe as their existence is evergreen in the fashion world and aren’t going anywhere.
Pair it with any sort of western outfit and it will catch everyone’s attention instantly.
Given that they are a little expensive but it’s completely worth it.
9. Knitted sweaters
The knitting style is again reappearing in the fashion trends.
They look very classy and elegant and can also be used as office wear.
The extra long sleeve long sweaters are trending these days paired with a belt to work it as a substitute of dress.
You can wear it with leggings and boots.
You can pick up any kind of boots for the winter season.
The ankle length boots goes with jeans and also add a jacket to complete your look.
The knee length boots goes with above knee length dresses and scarves wrapped around the neck.
A mid length jacket would pair with it perfectly.
A must have in the winter days.
There’s a lot of ways to wrap a scarf around your neck and even using it as a head band but the main purpose is to protect your throat from the cold.
12. Woolen kurtis
If you want something in ethnic they are the always on top of the list.
The woolen embroided kurtis look very rich and authentic.
So, to get a royal look this winter buy one of these and pair it with leggings and jhumkas.
They are available in online sites that are exclusively for ethnic wear.
To get a perfect corporate look this winter a blazer is a must have.
Wear it over a solid blouse and a trouser to get the perfect look.
Apart from these you should also consider having hand gloves, woolen caps, mufflers, woolen ponchus(an unique wear).
I hope you have a cosy winter and you’ll rock your outfit.
– All Image Credits to Myntra(as it the most reliable site for online shopping.)
– Written by Annasha (Intern at BoldBlush)
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