It can sometimes be hard to look your best when it’s freezing outside. How can you make snow boots and a scarf look cute? Well, just because it’s frosty out, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your fashion game. Several blogs recently posted articles with great ideas on how to look amazing - even if it’s 20 degrees, and you can’t feel your toes. So, read on for helpful suggestions to raise your fashion game this winter.
You might be tempted to wear mostly black when the weather gets colder. But, there are several trendy color combinations you should try (like mint and caramel, gray and pink, and navy and plum) that can help create a more fashionable look during the winter months. If you just can’t seem to steer clear of wearing black, Broke But Bougie suggests pairing it with tan for a slick, pulled-together style.
Got an invite to a winter wedding? Luisaviaroma Magazine recommends gorgeous, high-end pieces from designers like Zuhair Murad and Dolce and Gabbana to help you stand out (without overshadowing the bride of course). Don’t forget to pick out a statement clutch (like ones from Bottega Veneta or Roger Vivier) to help pull your entire glamorous look together.
Holiday parties are definitely the perfect time to show off your awesome fashion sense. The Budget Fashionista offers 5 skirts that will ensure you look festive without hurting your wallet. In fact, options from ASOS, Anthropologie, and H&M are all under $90! So, you can look smashing without draining your bank account!
Not sure which outfit to rock for a holiday celebration? EcoSalon pulled together 4 fabulous outfits that will definitely make you the talk of the party. Plus, all of the options are from ThredUp, an online retailer that lets you save money by purchasing used clothing items - it’s thrift store shopping at its finest!
Just because you have to slop around in the snow doesn’t mean you can’t wear cute boots doing it. CheapChicas put together a list of the top 10 best winter boots to help you survive the elements. With options ranging from $44 to $150, you’re guaranteed to find a pair in your price range.
So, follow this fashion advice for winter, and you’ll look as rad as you do the rest of the year!