Greetings shoppers! Welcome back to your daily dose of reads! As the seasons hit the brink of change, days get shorter, weather seeps towards a chilly vibe, we bring to you our top 3 must haves this season!
If you're a summer person, and are super confused what you'd be needing to get through this winter keep on reading! If you love winters just as much as we do, then maybe this read will help you grab some new information, new styles to up your game!
Without further ado, let's dive straight into our top 3!
1. LAYER UP: SWEATERS, CARDIGANS, JACKETS, TRENCH COATS! -Sweaters are the heart of winter-weather layering. The sweaters you need for a super useful winter wardrobe should include warm base layers like turtlenecks in lighter materials for wearing under other items. There are also mid-layer sweaters like thicker turtlenecks and crew necks that can be worn on their own or layered over or under another top. Lastly, there are top layers, which can be as thick and warm as the weather allows—options include ultra-soft cashmere or super-thick cable knits as they're all great choices for pairing with lighter sweaters underneath.These different sweater styles can be mixed and matched to fit winter forecasts and whatever events you may have on the calendar.
2. STABILITY THE HOUSE: AWESOME BOOTS! - There are so many ways that women's boots an work with your wardrobe every winter. First up, there's functionality—if there's snow, the right pair of winter snow boots will keep your feet warm, dry and give you the traction you need to firmly stand on the ground (and the rest of you off of it!). There are also the style possibilities of boots. A great boots collection should include pairs that are both functional and stylish. Their styles can range from when you need them for shoveling the driveway and making a dramatic, all-eyes-on-me fashion statement to putting a pulled-together look for work.
3. COOLER, THE CUTER! ACCESSORIES - SCARVES:
Now only can scarves work as accessories for a finished outfit—whether it's a cocktail dress or a t-shirt, to give it some fashionable oomph—but they can also serve as their own layer of clothing, especially when you wear them with fabrics like wool, which add cold-fighting superpowers to your wardrobe with surprisingly little bulk.
Choose scarves and shawls that can perform both tasks well. Pick warm materials like wool if you face chilly indoor environments during the day, or go with lighter fabrics in colors and patterns that give you plenty of style choices if you just want to give a little burst of color to a regular outfit.
Play with your scarves and wraps to find unexpected outfit combinations. Put colors and patterns together just for fun to see if there isn't any untapped potential in the clothes you already have. Try different knots for tying them or jewelry to accent them and you just might uncover hidden outfits you hadn't considered before!
Dressing up for winter can be fun as there are so many ways out there to go about it. And whichever style suits you best, just make sure that you have layers and layers of options.We hope this read has motivated you to get these essentials today!
Happy Winters! Cheers!