The Rules Of Winter Fashion To Live By

The cold weather hits and it does something to the brain. All of a sudden, you’re wearing a parka coat and trying to impersonate Kate Moss and Alexa Chung. Sorry, but this usually doesn’t end well. It’s not unusual to do silly things during the wintertime because the rules aren’t as set in stone as in the summer. Sure, everyone has to cover up to keep warm, yet that’s about one of the only tips on the market. After that, it’s a free for all.

Some women find this tricky as they need inspiration. If you’re one of them, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the fashion rules to live by this winter.

Wear Red

Everybody knows what time of year it is, and that’s one reason to don a rouge dress and leave the house. This color is very festive and gets people in the mood to celebrate. And, when you feel good about yourself, you tend to look your best too. Plus, red is bright and bold, something which is hard to find in the winter. So, it’ll make you stand out among the droves of people wearing a variety of shades of black and white. Try a new hue of lipstick if a dress is too much.

Show Some Skin

Not too much because you may turn into an icicle depending on your home state #prayfortheeastcoast. However, it’s okay to show a little ankle and spice things up a bit even if it’s chilly outside. For one thing, you won’t be able to feel the breeze if the rest of your body is layered up. Secondly, it’s an excellent way to create a contrast. The flesh will set off an outfit perfectly thanks to the different color and texture. And, you can check this out if you want to accessorize. An anklet, necklace or bracelet is always a winner in the winter on bare skin.

Pick Clothes With Sleeves

Although this sounds obvious, lots of apparel these days have short sleeves. Regardless of the reason, it encourages women to dress a little clunky. Why? It’s because of the inevitable cardigan which gets thrown over outfits that can’t keep in the heat. There is nothing wrong with a cardi, apart from the fact it makes you out to be a grandma. Dresses and tops with long sleeves are far smarter and give off an elegant vibe.

Buy Sturdy, Fashionable Footwear

To walk in the winter is to take a risk. You never know when you may slip or fall and perform a routine from a previous winter Olympics. Some people persist in heels or high shoes and it’s just not right. Boots are both fashionable and practical at the same time. They are warm, comfortable, and provide plenty of grip on slippery surfaces. A pair of black, knee-high numbers has always been a staple of a woman’s wardrobe and that isn’t going to change any time soon.

In the winter, fashion needs to be functional as well as chic!!