Cold Weather Fashion Tips
Winter is full of new beginnings, especially when choosing your outfit for the day. Trying to stay stylish and warm can have conflicting results. Please read below for a couple tips on cold weather fashion.
When the temperatures start to drop, it's essential to make sure you're staying warm. One way to do that is by layering clothing. Start with a thin layer then add a thicker layer, like a sweater or sweatshirt. This will provide some insulation to keep your body heat in.
Finally, top it off with a jacket to block out any unsightly weather conditions. By layering your clothing, you'll be able to stay warm no matter what the weather throws your way. Below are some examples of how to layer clothing and still look fashionable!
- Bottom Layer: Long-sleeved turtleneck that’s a pop color | Top Layer: Neutral or printed blazer – to add some extra coziness, pick out a pair of coordinating pants or leggings that are fleece lined.
- Bottom Layer: Collared long-sleeved colored shirt or flannel | Top layer: Cozy neutral sweater – with the collar and sleeves showing outside of the sweater, you add a little flare and pop of color.
- Bottom Layer: Cozy neutral sweater with knit pattern | Top Layer: Puffy, colorful vest – pair this look with a matching scarf and you are all set for the day!
Invest in a Good Pair of Boots or Shoes
No matter what the weather is like outside, your feet deserve to be comfortable. That's why it's crucial to invest in a good pair of boots or shoes that will help keep your feet warm and dry. Be sure to protect your new footwear from the elements this season with the Foot Petals Water & Stain Repellent. This specially designed formula creates an impermeable layer that water, dirt, and stains cannot penetrate! Protecting your shoes, and your feet, from the cold snow and slush of the season!
Wintertime can be so much fun, and with the right clothes, you can stay warm while looking stylish. We’ve shown you some great ways to bundle up and look good doing it. What are your favorite tips for staying warm in the winter?