Secrets To The Perfect Winter Wardrobe For Women

Winter is one of the most exciting times of the year. Winter walks through the crisp air and cozy nights by the fire in the buildup to Christmas are wonderful, but let’s be honest there’s always something more exciting on our minds.

That is of course our winter wardrobe revamp. You’ll need thick layers, warm shoes, and of course as the temperatures go down that big coats going to have to come out of the closet.

Secrets To The Perfect Winter Wardrobe For Women

While winter gives us the chance to have a more stylish, chic wardrobe it can be difficult not to completely mess up your look when combining all your layers to go out in the cold.

Multiple layers become mandatory and we start to run out of cute cold weather outfits quickly. 

However, just because it’s icy cold out there doesn’t mean we have to give up on style. We just have to get more creative with the way we dress.

That may mean you need to buy your fashion statement jacket in the next size up so you can fit a sweater underneath or completely reevaluate the color combinations you go for. Either way, we are here to help you. 

In this guide, we have provided secrets to the perfect winter wardrobe that offers great style choices on the darkest of winters days.

We look at what colors combine well, textures that suit each other nicely, must-have accessories, and beautiful pieces that provide warmth so you can become a winter snow queen and still stay warm.

The Best Winter Colors

Colors play a key part in any style no matter what the season. They help us express who we are and can even affect mood and behavior. It is through color that we show the world our personality. The colors of our outfits can give us warmth, comfort, or coolness. 

Trends may change from year to year, but the basics mostly stay the same. Colors are one of those basics. 

As winter is the coldest time of the year we recommend wearing warmer colors. Warmer colors give the sensation of coziness and warmth that helps fight the cold winter breeze.

Burgundy, deep reds, purple, brown, caramels, maroon, and rosy pinks are all colors that work extremely well at this cold time of year. 

Although white is the color of snow, it is also a good color option this time of year as it is a symbol of purity giving the feeling of protection and safety during the harsh winter months. 

Picking the right colors gives off emotion and feelings. To help you find the color for you we have outlined the most common emotions associated with winter colors.

  • Green – Dark shades of green add sophistication to your winter looks as well as a peaceful emotion.
  • Red – Red is the color of love. The color gives off emotions of passion and attractiveness. The color also associated with fire is perfect for the winter months, especially at its darkest in the form of burgundy and maroon.
  • Yellow – Shades of yellow are lively and happy. Though lighter shades of yellow are better suited to spring, caramel yellows give the feeling of sweetness and warmth during cold days. 
  • Purple – Purple has been associated with royalty and wizardry for many years. It is a magical color that presents sophistication.
  • Blue – Blue gives the feeling of freedom. Dark blue and royal blue give the feeling of wealth and class. 
  • Brown – Brown can be a romantic color for a winter’s date. The color of chocolate, brown provides us with comfort and coziness.
  • White – White is a safe and simple choice. It is commonly associated with innocence and purity.
  • Black – Black has become a chic color that gives the feeling of elegance. 

The Best Textiles And Textures For Your Winter Wardrobe

Textiles are the ones that will carry the color of your outfit with the textures making or breaking your look. The cold winter season calls for heavier fabrics such as velvet, thick cotton, flannel, leather, and wool.

It can be hard to combine all of them but getting it right can take your outfits to the next level, so we’re here to help you get it right.

Fuzzy Knits

Fuzzy Knits

Fuzzy knits are something you either love or hate. In the summer months, there seems like nothing worse but when winter comes around it’s a different story. Fuzzy knits are the closest you can come to going out wrapped in your cozy blanket.

They can be worn tight or baggy. In our opinion, the baggy sweater style is a better look. 

A good quality fuzzy knit will keep you warmer on cold days and stop the wind from bothering you too much. Worn alongside a windbreaker jacket it will give you a look you enjoy whilst staying nice and comfortable.

Shearling

Shearling

Shearling is often associated with old war pilots but we can pull off cozy, chic styles with this sumptuous texture. Faux shearling is softer than most artificial furs.

Commonly used as linings, they go well with suede and leather outsides. Being warm, soft, and thick makes it an awesome choice on cold, windy days.

Velvet

Velvet was once only a choice for fancy dresses or an elderly relative’s jacket but today things are different. Velvet can be produced from a variety of fibers and the most lavish silks. The most common ones are a mix of rayon and silk.

Velvet is now applied to almost everything. You can find velvet trousers, tops, shoes, bags, and of course dresses.

Cotton

Normal cotton is not suitable for your winter wardrobe, however, when woven into a thick fabric this natural fiber makes an excellent winter choice. There are many ways in which you can wear cotton.

Being designed primarily for sportswear doesn’t stop you from being able to create a fashionable look. You can wear a sweatshirt or hoodie and still look amazing. This style is perfect for those that love their comfort above everything else.

Wool

Wool

Wool was probably the first material you thought of when we mentioned winter fashion. Wool is simply a must on a cold day.

When buying a piece of woolen clothing we recommend you pay that little extra to ensure you buy a real wool piece that will keep you warm and last for a long, long time. 

100% acrylic wool is everywhere but it doesn’t let your skin breathe. Though wool pullovers look incredible they will make you sweat instead of keeping you warm as real wool does.

Leather

Leather

Leather is hugely popular. Almost everyone you know will most likely own a leather or faux leather jacket. Leather is produced in a chemical process where the animal hide is treated. This process is called tanning. 

If you take good care of your leather jack it will take good care of you. In fact, your jacket could easily outlast you.

Leather jackets are great for your winter wardrobe as they not only look fantastic but also provide you with the warmth you need on cooler days.

You can purchase real leather jackets that are designed to look like snake or crocodile skin or have a smooth finish. 

Real leather jackets will last so much longer than faux leather jackets so if you have the money it is definitely worth investing in a more expensive jacket.

Tweed

Tweed

This amazing textile comes in a huge variety. The textile created in Scotland was originally made from hand-woven fabric. It is a thick and rough material that was once used to produce clothing for the average working man.

Today it is used widely by both men and women to make a “sartorial statement between class and contemporary”.

Flannel

Flannel

Flannel is made of cotton, synthetic fibers, and vegetable fibers like bamboo. When you think of flannel your mind probably goes straight to flannel shirts. This is one of the flannel’s most common uses in fashion but it can also be used to make other fantastic pieces.

You can get a lovely winter coat, trousers, and baby clothes made out of flannel.

Fur

Fur has been worn by humans since the very beginning. It is a material that causes great debate with many people believing only faux leather should be used and that feel fur should be banned.

We don’t want to enter the discussion as to what is right and wrong because it is something you will have your own opinion about. 

Fur will keep you warm during winter whilst also completing your stylish look. The creation of synthetic fibers made faux leather possible.

With every year that passes more and more, tech fibers are being created with the faux fur we see on catwalks passing as the real thing. 

Suede

Suede is a type of leather made of the inner layer of animal hide. Its outer layer is similar to regular leather, with the inside of the suede being split. Suede became the name for any kind of soft, smooth leather.

Be sure to keep your suede away from water or muddy surfaces if you want to keep your suede clothing looking good.

Top Tips For The Perfect Winter Wardrobe

Top Tips For The Perfect Winter Wardrobe

Master Layering Your Clothes

Layering becomes a necessity during winter. There is no doubt about it you will have to wear a number of layers if you want to stay warm. Not doing this well can spoil the look you are going for.

Doing it well will enhance your look and help you shine on dark, cold days. 

Never be afraid to pile on the layers. The key to a successful outfit is to find the items of clothing that layer together well. You can layer warmer clothes under your trendier statement pieces to stay warm and still look good.

To do this you may need to buy a larger size than normal so that you can fit your warmer layers underneath. 

Another good option we can recommend is to buy an ultra-lightweight, thin vest that can be worn under sweaters and jackets to add an extra layer of warmth to your outfit without affecting your overall look.

Find A Great Pair of Boots

A great pair of boots can complete your winter look. A fantastic pair of over-the-knee boots paired with patterned tights or a lovely skirt will let you stand out from the crowd.

Alternatively, an amazing pair of ankle boots can be shown off with a baggy knitted jumper and a cuffed pair of jeans. 

You definitely need at least one pair of boots in your wardrobe that you can wear during the winter but if you have a big enough budget you should definitely consider getting a couple of different styles to go with a variety of outfits. 

Faux-Fur Is The Way Forward

If there’s one advantage to a cold winter it is that it is totally acceptable to go out in our faux fur fashion. Fur jumpers and jackets are the best way to keep warm when it’s cold outside.

If you love curling up in your fluffy blanket then this is the closest you will get to that feeling outside. You can have plenty of fun with this type of clothing and it goes with most outfits so what’s not to like. 

Hats Make A Big Difference

Hunting for the perfect winter hat is an awesome way to make your winter outfit look even better. Adding a winter hat to your wardrobe adds extra comfort and style to your looks whilst more importantly keeping your head nice and warm.

You’re going to be using the hat you choose for about two months so make sure you pick one you know you’re going to love. 

A traditional winter beanie will do the job nicely. You can use a good beanie year after year so make sure you take your time to find the right one. 

Give Your Coat A New Lease of Life

It’s fair to say none of us like wearing a coat but in winter we have no choice. It is far too cold to go without. You can find a lot of stylish and fashionable coats that are great to wear but more often than not they cover up your favorite outfits.

To make your coat look more trendy you could belt it up. By belting your coat up you add that extra bit of style to your outfit and don’t need to worry as much about covering up the outfit underneath. 

By cinching the coat at the waist you can make your coat look brand new and show off your silhouette. The best thing about this style tip is that it will work with almost every type of coat.

Consider Wearing A Scarf

You can’t go wrong with a good scarf. They are a great outfit accessory if you can’t decide if an outfit is enough on its own or not. As well as acting as a good accessory that can add to an outfit, they are also a good way to keep extra warm.

The beauty of owning a scarf is that if you’re too cold you can put it on and if you are too hot you can simply slide it off and put it away. 

There are many different styles and colors of scarf so you won’t struggle to find one you like. 

The Best Outfits For Your Winter Wardrobe

Now that we’ve looked at the different colors, materials, and some useful tips, we can start to look at the variety of winter styles out there.

There are so many styles to choose from that you can easily go out every day of the week in something different, never repeating the same look. 

We have compiled a guide to help you combine pieces and understand how they go with each other. This will help you shop smarter, revamping your wardrobe with the best winter fashion.

We will talk about each item, looking at how each one can be combined with the rest of your wonderful styles.

The Best Coats And Jackets

The Best Coats And Jackets

Coats are defined as long-sleeved tops that extend below the hips. Jackets are essentially the same but come in shorter versions. We have already mentioned the importance of a fashionable coat during winter so it seems only right we talk about them first. 

As we know fashion doesn’t have rules so as you would expect there are a huge array of coats and jackets available with each style varying to offer our outfits a unique touch.

Coats and jackets are usually the centerpieces of your winter wardrobe so it’s no surprise there are so many cute outfit ideas. 

Cocoon Coat

This style of coat was hugely popular in the ’60s. It was the perfect statement piece for a more tomboyish look. Cocoon coats are designed to be loose-fit with voluminous sleeves. A typical fit will go slightly over your knees.

It is for that reason that they are perfect if you want to pile layers of tops underneath to keep yourself warm. 

They look best when accompanied by a pair of tight black jeans or a soft pair of leggings. When paired well the simple minimalistic style can create an elegant look perfect for any day out in the cold.

Wearing a gray scarf will elevate this look even further.

Trench Coat

Trench Coat

A trench coat is traditionally a double-breasted coat with a belt around the waist. Around the wrists on a trench coat are straps that look like small buckled belts that are used to tighten the cuffs and prevent water from running down your arms.

This feature actually comes from the very first trench coats which were designed to be worn by the British Army.

In our opinion, it is key for any woman to have a trench coat in her winter wardrobe. It gives a smart, tailored look throughout the day.

Trench coats are a little shorter than most coats making them a perfect option for when you’re wearing more casual layers underneath like a trendy pair of jeans, t-shirt, or hoodie. 

Duffle Coat

Duffle Coat

Duffle coats provide us with the cozy feeling we need on an icy day. A duffle coat’s main feature is the toggles with rope loops used to fasten them. Duffle is a thick woolen material that originates from a province in Belgium.

Duffle coats also feature a big hood and two large pockets that are also opened and closed using toggles. The toggles on the duffle coat make it easier to open and close your coat when you are wearing gloves which let’s face it you will be at some point. 

As this coat is longer it goes pretty well with any outfit. Having said that, it doesn’t have a tailored appeal like the other coats we have already talked about. 

Anorak

Anorak

Commonly referred to as a parka, an anorak is a hooded coat with faux fur inside. This waterproof coat tends to have drawstrings at the waist and velcro at the cuffs to prevent the wind from bothering you too much. 

Anoraks are perfect for the horribly cold days where winter has decided to throw everything at you. The high collar on the anorak protects you well from rain and snow whilst also making you look amazing.

With a light-colored top and comfortable pair of trousers, you will have the perfect outfit to take on the nastiest of days. 

Pea Coat

Similar to the trench coat, the pea coat is one of our favorites and one you should definitely have in your wardrobe. Typically double-breasted and made of wool, pea coats aren’t very long, ending around your hips where it also flares a little.

A more practical type of coat, the pea coat combines well with most aspects of your outfit. Pair it with a skirt, jeans, or shorts and tights for the best look. 

Bomber Jacket (Flight Jacket)

Bomber Jacket (Flight Jacket)

The bomber jacket was originally called the flight jacket, as it was designed for military pilots. This heavy-duty jacket tends to have snug cuffs and waists as well as a wraparound collar to give you ultimate comfort and warmth.

The fashionable jacket is perfect for bolder looks, going well with trousers and a range of skirts. Add a bomber jacket to your wardrobe if you want to feel incredibly comfortable as well as unbelievably stylish. 

Blazer

Blazer

This type of jacket resembles a suit top. However, there is one main difference. A blazer is much more casual and doesn’t have to be worn as part of a set, although if you want it to it can.

They come in a range of different styles and are produced using an array of different materials. 

Leather Jacket

Leather Jacket

Leather jackets are the epitome of cool jackets. They are highly popular with most people owning at least one. From being associated with bikers and gangsters to people in the punk scene the leather jacket has always been a fashion statement.

Many consider it a luxury to own a proper leather jacket due to its high price and quality design. 

A good leather jacket will finish off most outfits nicely. Worn with a hoodie and leather jeans you are guaranteed to stand out this winter. Why not accompany your outfit with a handbag or beanie hat if you want to take it to the next level. 

The Best Boots

Earlier we mentioned how a good pair of winter boots can complete your outfit so now it is time to look at what styles of boots go well during this time of year.

There are many different styles to choose from but the ones we talk about in our guide are sleek, sturdy, and more importantly stylish, practical, and comfortable. 

Chelsea Boots

Chelsea Boots

The Chelsea boot is iconic. This winter essential has a low heel, elastic-paneled style, and rounded toe. The boot lends itself perfectly to more casual outfits going excellently with jeans and a T-shirt.

The versatile shoe also compliments silky skirts and darker floral dresses so be sure to pick some up for your wardrobe. 

Western Boots

Western Boots

Western boots or cowboy boots as we like to call them are recognized across the globe for their stacked heels.

Often featuring embroidered designs and a taller shaft this type of boot is super versatile, adding rustic nostalgia and glamor to your outfit without looking too costume-like.

This larger style of shoe goes really well when worn with a dark pair of jeans, a shirt, and a bomber jacket.

Sculptural Heel Boots

Sculptural heel boots offer a unique twist on your more typical boot. Using asymmetrical shapes for the heel these boots look brilliant.

With a clean silhouette that offers a little bit of something different, you can expect your outfit to create drama with these boots.

The sophisticated style of boot features a variety of unconventional textures and shapes that can include geodesic domes and stacked pebbles. 

Wear them with cropped jeans or an asymmetric skirt if you are attending a dressier event. 

Long Over-The-Knee Boots

Tall boots that touch the knee or even extend above it are excellent statement pieces. The confident choice of style is a popular one that you can expect to see a lot this winter.

The most popular tall boots that you will want to add to your wardrobe this winter are those in neutral colors like black and white. 

When paired with a long coat or a comfortable pair of leggings, tall boots look incredible, adding sophistication and elegance to your outfit of choice. 

Ankle Boots

Ankle Boots

Classic ankle boots are tough to beat. Its silhouette is comfortable and practical to wear and it provides the ideal shaft height for wearing with jeans, dresses, and skirts of varying lengths.

This year arguably the most popular style of ankle boots are those that have a clean, buttery texture, a mid-height heel, and a lightweight feel. If you enjoy more minimal shoes then the ankle boot is definitely one you need to check out. 

Combat Boots

Combat Boots

Combat boots may commonly be associated with uniform clothing but the sleek silhouette and durable style of the boot have been truly embraced by the fashion world. You can wear combat boots with any casual outfit.

One great advantage of owning a pair of combat boots during the winter months is that the chunkier soles assist you as you walk in more challenging conditions such as snow and heavy rain. 

The Best Tops

The Best Tops

When we talk about tops we are referring to any type of clothing that makes up the top part of your outfit. This doesn’t include coats or jackets as we have already taken a look at those. Tops include pieces like jumpers, sweaters, cardigans, and so on. 

Sweaters

Sweaters

Sweaters are long-sleeved t-shirts made of softer, thicker materials, making them perfect for winter. Sweaters are available in a wide variety of styles. These include turtle-neck, baggy, knitted, and slim fit.

This type of clothing is a winter essential, keeping us warm and cozy when the weather isn’t doing us any favors. As a result of this sweaters very rarely go out of fashion, they just alter slightly to fit the current trends.

One winter the latest trend may be to have a pastel-colored jumper, the next year the trend might be to own a wild Christmas jumper with crazy designs on the front. 

Hoodies & Sweatshirts

Hoodies & Sweatshirts

Hoodies & sweatshirts are styles of tops that are absolutely perfect if you want to stay comfy and warm this winter.

The only difference between a hoodie and a sweatshirt is simply that hoodies have hoods and sweatshirts don’t. Primarily made of thick cotton they are both the best option for a casual look. 

For ultimate comfort and warmth combine your hoodie or sweatshirt with a leather jacket and a pair of skin-tight jeans. As well as keeping you warm this style will bring out those cool urban vibes. 

Cardigans

Cardigans aren’t that unfamiliar to a typical sweater. The main difference is that cardigans have an open front that is closed using buttons. Though they are a great choice to wear on autumn days, they can be worn under your coat in winter too.

Cardigans will never go out of fashion. Even when they aren’t the most desired look of the year, they still prove to be a useful style you always find an amazing look for. 

You can wear a cardigan with jeans and a T-shirt if you’re going for a casual look. Alternatively, a cardigan also works well over a smarter shirt and stylish pair of jeans. 

Capes

Capes fall loosely over the shoulder with holes for your arms. Some capes have actual sleeves attached to them but this is less common. Capes have many different styles making them a good versatile option if you want to add a unique twist to your outfit. 

A cape is often a good way to make a fashion statement and protect the finer fabrics of the more impressive pieces that you’re wearing underneath. Most women choose to wear a cape when attending an event in full evening dress. 

Wearing a cape prevents your outfit from getting crushed or from being hidden which is what a coat does sometimes.

The Best Bottoms

You have a great number of options when it comes to choosing what bottoms to keep in your winter wardrobe.

Trousers, leggings, and skirts are the most popular choice during this time of year but surprisingly shorts are too when worn with a pair of tights or leggings underneath. 

Woolen Leggings

We will kick the bottoms section of this guide off with probably the most comfortable style of bottoms you can wear. Leggings are one of the most common items in any lady’s wardrobe.

They can be worn all year round, fitting in with most styles and fashion trends. They can complete smart going-out outfits or simple cozy days in with family outfits, either way, you need a good pair of leggings. 

A thin pair of cotton leggings won’t do in the winter. They won’t keep your legs warm enough. This is where woolen leggings come into play. Woolen leggings are designed to improve your look whilst also keeping you super warm.

Styles vary with colorful, patterned designs and more neutral looks readily available. 

Why not wear a vibrant pair of woolen leggings with a cozy knitted sweater and a pair of combat boots. 

Jeans

Jeans

Jeans are arguably the most well-known and universally used bottoms out there. Originally designed for miners, jeans are found in almost everyone’s wardrobe. Jeans are made of denim and can be worn with almost anything.

They are perfect for going out or staying in. They can be worn on any occasion. We find that they look best when combined with a smart, casual look. This may consist of a leather jacket and a hoodie or a cocoon coat and hat.

Either way, by wearing a high-quality pair of jeans you will look fantastic and feel even better.

Leather Trousers

Leather Trousers

As we have already mentioned when discussing leather jackets, leather is a great material to wear on a cold day. It is mostly used for jackets but can make appearances in trouser designs too.

With a slim pair of heels, leather trousers, and a neutral-colored sweatshirt, you will have a stunning look.

Woolen Skirts

The story with skirts is similar to that of leggings. A skirt can be worn all year round but during the winter you have to find one that will keep you warm. A woolen skirt is the answer.

Woolen skirts provide you with extra warmth on a cold day and allow for a feminine look. They go well with boots, a thick pair of tights, and a leather jacket. Woolen skirts match most outfits a lot better thanks to their wintery look.

Long Skirts

Long Skirts

Long skirts are a great option in winter primarily thanks to their length. The material used to make them is usually thicker helping them keep you warmer. Long skirts can be flared or tight, offering an array of different styles.

Just like the woolen skirts their wintery style makes them a stand-out piece during the colder time of the year.

The Best Winter Wardrobe Accessories

The Best Winter Wardrobe Accessories

When the temperatures have dropped it can sometimes take a little bit more than just your outfit to impress and make you stand out.

In winter a few additional accessories can elevate your outfit even further, letting you stand out even more as you walk through the city on a fresh winter’s day. 

Adding plenty of chic accessories to your wardrobe gives you the opportunity to experiment with your look and improve it if you’re not completely satisfied.

We have put together a list including some of the best accessories you can add to your wardrobe this winter. 

Hand Warmers

Hand Warmers

Something as simple as a pair of gloves can take your look further. Not only will a comfortable pair of gloves look great, but your hands will also feel cozy and warm as you take on the day.

Whether it be a soft pair of woolen gloves to go with your casual outfit or a leather pair that goes with your pea coat and shirt, buying some hand warmers is a no-brainer.

Hand warmers can be made from cashmere, wool, leather, and shearling so you can really vary the style you are after. 

Scarfs

Scarfs

As we spoke about earlier you can’t go wrong with a good versatile scarf. In the winter a good option is a blanket scarf. A blanket scarf covers your entire upper body, looking fashionable and up-to-date. A popular design is a plaid scarf in black and red or orange. 

Having a blanket scarf comes in handy when you want to change things up. Simply throw the scarf on when you want to keep warm or use it as a snowman-styled scarf.

This look is super simple to achieve and looks great. If you match the colors right with the rest of your outfit you will be on to a winner.  

Beanies

Beanies

Beanies are knitted and made of wool. They are designed to keep your head warm but can also improve your outfit’s overall look.

A dark red or green beanie works very well during the winter months, especially when paired with a casual look. That look may consist of jeans, a hoodie, and a leather jacket.

Fluffy Earmuffs

Fluffy Earmuffs

Fluffy earmuffs are very much in right now. Not only do they save you from feeling the cold, but they also look very stylish. If wearing hats isn’t a big love of yours then why not try wearing a pair of earmuffs.

By wearing a pair of earmuffs you can still flaunt your hair. You can’t do this with a beanie. 

Earmuffs work well with an outfit in which you are trying to show your fun-loving, vibrant personality. 

Winter Socks

Winter Socks

A cute pair of winter socks that go up to your knees look amazing if you’re wearing a winter skirt. They are also a great piece of clothing to wear when you’re staying with family and friends.

As well as offering extreme comfort, they look stylish when worn with simple, casual looks. You can easily pull off an awesome look with a pair of winter socks, a t-shirt, and a cozy pair of shorts.

Winter Headband

Winter Headband

If there’s one accessory you need in your wardrobe it is a chenille headband. Made with one of the softest, warmest, and smoothest fabrics around a winter headband is the perfect accessory for your cute winter’s day outfit.

Unlike the beanie, you can still flaunt your beautiful hair whilst staying warm. Available in many different vibrant colors you can expect to find a headband that matches with all your favorite outfits. 

Handbag

Handbag

You’re always going to need to store all of your essential things such as your purse, keys, phone, makeup, and lipstick, so why not ensure you have the perfect bag.

You probably already own a lovely handbag but is it going to work well with all of your winter outfits?

In the winter months, you will want a more neutral bag with a brown or black color when wearing a more sophisticated outfit. On the other hand, if you are wearing a classy, vibrant outfit why not combine it with a vibrant bag that matches the vibes.

This bag could be dark red or white. Either way your winter wardrobe revamp is definitely a good enough reason to treat yourself to one of the most popular winter styles of bag. 

Takeaway

Fashion changes through the year with the winter season being no different. Though a lot of your looks and styles will still be in if you want to look the best you can and stand out from the crowd it is time to revamp your wardrobe.

The best winter wardrobe will have an array of different styles and looks that come together nicely to let you express yourself through color and style. 

In the winter you will wear thicker, warming clothing and more layers than you might usually be used to but it doesn’t mean your style has to be sacrificed. You can keep warm whilst still looking outstanding.

By combining a stylish coat or jacket with fashionable bottoms such as jeans or a skirt, and boots you can create your own look that makes a statement.

Colors that portray the feeling of warmth and comfort work well and accessories like a beanie hat or belt elevate your look to the next level. Combining different pieces to get the best look can be difficult but when done right it is totally worth it.

In this guide, we looked at how to combine each piece to make the best outfit and discussed how each type of clothing can be worn this winter.

Now you have all of our information at your disposal it is time to start putting together your winter wardrobe. Find the styles you like before experimenting with different looks that make you look and feel great.

Picking out your favorite clothes is a fun thing to do so we’re sure you won’t have any trouble doing so. You’ll be turning heads every time you leave the house this winter.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Can I Find My Own Style?

Admittedly, finding your own style isn’t easy. It can take time for you to find what suits you best and how you want to look from day to day.

A good place to start is by looking at what you already have. Take a look in your wardrobe and figure out what makes you happy. Another good way to find your style is simply by experimenting.

Why not see what you like by trying things you have never tried before. By experimenting with unique fashion choices you might just fall into a style you love. 

Finding fashion inspiration can also help. Fashion is everywhere now. You will find it on TV, online, at the shops, etc, so why not see if there is someone who inspires you.

Looking online and getting to know the fashion industry might just lead to you finding a style you like.

When Does Winter Clothing Come Out?

The fashion industry is pretty wild with seasons chopping and changing rapidly. Though most fashion is always available now thanks to online shopping, if you want the latest trends and styles you have to wait until they are released.

Winter clothing tends to be released in late October or early November, carrying through until the end of the year. 

There are certain pieces of clothing like coats, party dresses, and velvet fabrics that are available all year round in stores, no matter what the fashion season.

How Should I Dress At Home This Winter?

You should always dress however you like no matter where you are but especially at home.

We often dress to impress when we are out of the house, but when we are at home on our own or with our family it is the time to let our hair down and have a well-earnt relaxation.

Winter is a great time to be at home because it is where you can get all cozy in front of the TV with a hot chocolate and the fire roaring. 

You will want to stay nice and warm when at home so consider filling your wardrobe with plenty of thick clothes. Wearing wool socks, soft wool leggings, and a cozy turtleneck sweater is a good place to start.

Owning a fluffy pair of winter socks is also a good idea. By owning these pieces of clothing you are sure to stay comfortable and relaxed during the coldest time of the year.

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