Winters imply layering up clothes. But layering clothes shouldn’t stop you from making a style statement. It may be frustrating to look stylish or trendy when you have to layer your clothes, but you can definitely make this possible and easy. For creating the right look, you just need to be open, creative and experiment with ideas and colors to create that chic look. But do keep in mind that you are also suppose to keep your body protected from the hard winters. Along with your dress and accessories, do not forget about your hair and makeup. They should look good and complement your dress. Listed below are some winter fashion trends that you can follow to look chic and stylish.
1. Fashionable winter jacket
Get yourself a nice and trendy winter jacket. Choose one that looks good on you and complements your figure and skin color. Check out the length and fitting. Buy a coat that is appropriate for the winters at your place. You can go for neutral colors (best since neutrals are ultra-wearable and classy). Other color options are black, gray and brown. Be careful if you want to invest in white. Although white may look great when you first buy it, but will look dull and dingy when it gets dirty. White is difficult to manage. Do not accessorize your look much when you are wearing your jackets. Team your jackets with hats and gloves to not only keep you warm, but also look stylish. Wearing your trendy glasses with them will also look pretty cool.
2. Knitted hats
Knit hats are one of the top trends of the season. Black, gray and brown are always great neutrals. You can also try out colorful ones. You can go for red, blue or purple colored hats for pairing with your dress. You can try out with different styled hats. If you do not then get a perfect one that you can pair with your coats and dresses.
Gloves are an essential thing during winters. They will not only keep your hands warm, but also prevent them from getting dry and chapped. Go for either extremely thick gloves (will keep you warmer) or thin, streamlined gloves (they look more chic). Wear appropriate outfit that suits your look with your gloves and check out the weather for the comfort. Match your gloves color either with your hat or scarf.
Another way you can protect and keep yourself looking fashionable is using a scarf. They come in different color, texture, fabrics and styles and can be very cheap to expensive in cost. Scarf not only helps you look like stylish, but also you can show your personality and keep your body heat in your jacket. You can wear them inside your jackets or wear them outside. Try pairing your hat or coat with a matching scarf. Check out styles of draping the scarves. In this way you can play with your looks.
5. Sweater dress
Wear your sweater dress and team it up with pumps or boots and add some solitaire jewelries. Perfect for your office wear. If you are planning to hit disc or have a dinner date, then pair your dress with tights and boots with nice jewelries (not heavy ones) and a little heavy makeup. Keep a basic black or gray in your wardrobe. If you want to include colors, then check out for them at stores. You can also team your dress with scarves.
6. Knee-high boots
Knee-high boots have always been a part of winters. They can be paired with your dresses, long coats, cashmere dresses, etc. They can be either calf length or can go up to your thighs. Go for tall boots in soft colors. Avoid high heels if your place gets hard winters with snowfalls. Instead go for wedged ones. If the winter is not so hard, then you can opt for heeled ones. Opt for high boots of the same color as your skirt or trousers.
7. Hobo handbag
Bags are always part of our looks whether its summer or winter or spring. Go for hobo bags as part of your style trend this winter. These bags offer silhouette and very good roomy design that is perfect for winter. Choose a hobo in suede or supple leather. Keep the colors deep to complement your winter wardrobe. Be careful in selecting the size. You should not get very big bags if you are petite. Choose the right size keeping your body frame in mind.