Warm Winter Fashion Picks

The end of the year is here, which means that we’re in for a few months of cold weather and hopefully some snow (fingers crossed). Fortunately, you can stay both warm and fashionable while wearing your winter clothing. We’ve put together some of our favorite winter fashion picks for more ideas.

Winter WhitesWarm Winter Fashion Picks

What better way to match a winter wonderland than wearing shades of white and creams? For a casual look, try white denim jeans, neutral-colored boots, and a simple white blouse paired with a sleeveless white puffer jacket. To add texture and accent the look, add tan accessories such as a nice leather belt and a crossbody bag or purse. 

Warm Winter Fashion PicksNice, Long Coat

We recommend wearing a wool or a puffer-down coat, depending on the weather outside. If the weather is just cold, with no chance of precipitation, a wool coat enhances your silhouette while keeping you warm and cozy. However, if it’s raining or snowing, a puffer down coat provides water-resistant material to keep the rest of your clothes nice and dry. 

Stylish yet Comfy Boots

For the winter, you want a pair of boots that are heavy-duty and comfortable. After all, if you’re walking around in the cold for long periods, you must have boots that keep you warm and cozy. However, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. Stores like DSW have various options to check off all the boxes on your list. 

Warm Winter Fashion Picks

A Pretty Scarf

A lovely scarf completes any look. It adds a pop of color to your outfit and will help keep your neck warm in the biting cold. And perhaps the best part is that scarves go with almost every type of look – you can throw it over a sweater, top, jacket, vest, dress, or coat and look fabulous in every way.

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