Tired Of Your Winter Clothes? It's Time To Spice Things Up!
At this point, you’re probably pretty tired of the cold and the winter, and you’ve probably run out of outfit ideas and you’re abhorring most of them. But don’t worry because warm outfits don’t need to be in all black, and you can make little tweaks to your wardrobe to make them fun again, while waiting for the temperatures to raise. Here are some of our favorite ideas!
1. Go bold on the accessories. Good for you: this season statement accessories are everywhere, especially with the return of the 80s. The easiest way? Probably a pair of earrings, but since it is winter and you’re likely wearing boots all day, why don’t you try some boots in a bright color? White boots are very on trend this winter, and they match with almost everything, but if you’re feeling brave, try a pair in red.
2. Statement trousers. Big and shameless is the way to go here. There’re tons of patterned pants on the market right now, but we’ve already tried them all, from the checked ones to the gingham ones. If you really want something different, pop on a pair of leopard print or palazzo style pants in pastel or soft colors and you’re ready to go!
3. A fun coat. Truth is that a good ol’ classic black coat can’t be beaten, but sometimes can be a bit saddening to some outfits. In those moments is when a bright and colorful coat or jacket comes in handy. They add a pop of color and you can really choose on which part of the “boldness scale” you want to go for. Maybe try a checkered one in more of a subtle palette or in an unexpected cool tone (like olive green).
4. Wear something summery. Who said you can’t wear some of your favorite summer pieces in the winter? Okay, this one is definitely for all of the daring ladies out there, but there are a few easy ways to reuse your clothes without having to buy anything new. A good option? Taking a silk dress and pairing it with tights or pants, and putting a turtleneck underneath. If you don’t want to compromise your warmth, you can always take out your wicker basket bag and pair it with the biggest jacket in your wardrobe.
5. Wear a full white outfit (or almost). We tend to think of white as the summer color by definition, but in the last few years, lots of brands have forgotten that and have been putting out lots of items in light colors, from jeans to coats. And a monochrome outfit never looked that good: pair some jeans with a chunky knit for a warmer outfit or pop on a blazer in soft tones. And if you’re not feeling very keen on any white looks, try something on the more off-white palette: it’s easier on the eye and doesn’t feel that summerlike.