As we move into colder weather, I think it’s time to run-down this winter’s fashion lookbook. As such I’ve collected a dozen or more stylish outfits that will serve as great inspiration. They are fashionable, easy going, and quite comfortable, proving that we can dress and look good even in winter.
I have lined up images with all sorts of stylish winter looks. The best thing about these images is how different pieces have been styled and put together, making pretty much a uniform.
In this case, take note how jumpers are paired with midi skirts. It is one of a favorite looks. Similarly, notice that black turtleneck under a winter’s dress. It is such a cool way to wear a dress in the winter and stay warm too.
So my point is that although, I used to believe that wearing a knit in the winter made it impossible to look stylish, I was wrong. It’s not the knit that is difficult to style. I just had to think out of the box and try something different than a pair of jeans.
At the end of the day, it’s not like you throw on something and automatically it works. You have to tweak it a little. Maybe you need to add a belt or a hat, or try some funky boots. You need to adjust it to your style and make it work for you.
Winter Outfits Lookbook
Also before I forget: if you do fancy buying a coat then, consider a cape. It seems to be a trending chic alternative and in a camel hue, you surely won’t regret it. Personally, I’m not a fan because it doesn’t suit my lifestyle, but I do like its structural form a lot. I think it looks good on any woman.
Lastly, I would like to mention that biker’s jackets when paired with midi dresses add a rock vibe to any winter outfit. They add a twist. So when you make your outfits, find that one element that will give it that twist and make it more edgy. That is a good way to go about “shopping” your own closet and basically re-inventing your outfits.
However, if you do need a little more inspiration, then you could hop over to Vogue where you can see the “trendless” fashion trends as seen on the catwalks. Despite the frills and extravaganza, I think you’ll be able to discern a distinct flair from the 80’s and 90’s. I hope this helps…
Catch you later amigos,