Winter 2019 Fashion Lookbook

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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.

The all white winter outfit from Hobbs. Stunning!
Hobbs. The all white outfit is always such an elegant look, 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.

An all black outfit that's up my alley. A black long jumper over black faux leather leggings paired with a black hat and black ankle boots. Image via M&Co.
M&Co. Black faux leather leggings are still trending and remain one of the easiest go-to wardrobe pieces.

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

Winter outfits lookbook: Love this stylish outfit. A faux fur long gillet over a print winter dress paired with a camel bag, a black hat and black ankle boots. Image via Debenhams.
Winter outfits lookbook: A camel cape coat paired with skinny jeans and leopard print booties. Image via Debenhams.
A yellow dress with a yellow saddle bag and high heel sandals. Image via Dorothy Perkins.
Dorothy Perkins
Winter outfits lookbook: A striped black and white pleat skirt paired with white booties and a black knit. Image via JDWilliams.
An outfit with a boho flair - a dress under a long patterned knit cardigan paired with hiking boots. Image via Matalan.
A beige jumper over a flower print skirt paired with black booties. Image via Marks&Spencer.
Winter outfits lookbook: A print winter dress paired with a black biker's jacket and ankle boots. Image via
Winter outfits lookbook: A black top over faux leather skorts paired with zebra print ankle boots. Image via Miss Selfridge.
Miss Selfridge
A black cami top paired with a polka dot satin pleat skirt paired with a white jacket. Image via Miss Selfridge.
Miss Selfridge
Faux black leggings paired with a white top and hat. Image via Miss Selfridge.
Miss Selfridge
A pasmina worn over a camel coat and a burnt orange skirt and slouchy boots. Note the colors both that cute dog and woman sport so well. Image via Hobbs.
Hobbs. The preppy look.
A dusty pink dress worn over a black turtleneck and black knee high boots. Image via Pure Collection.
Pure Collection

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.

Winter outfits lookbook: A stylish outfit with a burnt orange top, a polka dot pleat skirt, knee high boots and jacket. Image via Dorothy Perkins.
Dorothy Perkins

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, another winter outfits lookbook, 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,

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