As you guys loved my summer wardrobe special so much, I thought it’s time to talk about our Winter Wardrobe. Don’t expect any groundbreaking news, it’s more of a Checklist, but all these items will keep you warm during the Winter months:
Longsleeves. When it’s getting colder I switch my T-shirts for slightly oversized Longsleeves, especially striped ones!
I use to tuck them into my jeans which keeps me warm and cosy. Wear a little bit of lace underneath to feel confident and sexy…
Knitted Sweater. Oh what a winter wardrobe staple! Turtlenecks are the best choice when it’s really freezing, but thick cable knits are
fine aswell. Choose a textured sweater (cable, rib-knit, striped) for a more interesting look.
A Cardigan is great for layering. You can actually pair it with a wool sweater and wear it underneath your coat – that should keep you perfectly warm! PS. Step up your layering game and try wearing a long cardigan underneath a shorter coat.
Leather Pants. You can wear them day to night, dressed down with sneakers or dressed up with lace-up booties:
Leather Pants elevate every winter look and are worth the investment.
Silk Trousers. Silk is surprisingly warm and a chic alternative to leather (pants).
Pair the trousers with lurex socks and brogues for a chic office look.
Eyecatching Scarves are an easy & affordable way to keep your winter wardrobe interesting.
Play around with prints and colours to spice up your looks.
Gloves. Leather Gloves are incredibly chic and go with just everything. If you want some extra warmth try long wool gloves.
Chunky Wool Socks. I’m obsessed with chunky socks and got them in almost every colour…
Perfect with leather ankle boots and super duper warm!
Black Ankle Boots. An all-season classic that never goes out of style and will keep you warm too. Find a best-of for every budget here.
Snow Boots. When it’s snowing like crazy and your toes are in danger of freezing off – wear snow boots! To be honest they might not look very tempting but they’ll keep your feet perfectly warm and that’s what we need when the temperatures drop, right?