Most people who love clothes prefer the winter season for one reason, it takes them out of their shell and makes them dress up. Before you fully pack away all your summer clothing, you may want to look at some of your pieces that can be used in winter. If you have any summer items that are particularly trendy and fashionable that you love to wear, why not style them for a perfect winter look, through what is called “Layering”. Here’s more.
Did you know you can still wear your short skirts during the winter by simply pairing them with tights or leggings? This will keep you warm while looking stylish. Another way to style your skirts during wintertime is to wear knee-length or thigh-high boots.
You can still enjoy wearing your shorts during winter by layering them over a pair of tights, leggings or even jeggings, which look great. You can get creative and play with colours and patterns too!
With the right amount of layering and matching, you can use your summer dresses to create fashionable outfits even during winter. To style them during winter you can always layer them over a turtleneck and then for some more warmth, throw on a jacket too. If you’re wearing a midi or a maxi dress, pair it with leggings or tights to keep your legs from freezing. All bodycon dresses look amazing when paired with thigh-high boots, tights and a leather or puffy jacket.
Crop tops are our best friends during the hot summer days and guess what? You can still use them in winter! You can wear them over a sweater or shirt, or under a big puffy jacket.
A cool way to style your summer t-shirts during winter is by wearing them over a long sleeve shirt or a solid turtleneck.
Shirts can be an amazing choice to style with your winter clothes. You can wear them under your sweaters and style it with the collars out, to rock the ultimate scholar look or wear a camisole top over the shirt, throw on a jacket and there you have yourself the perfect street style look!
There is no limit to how you decide to style any of these outfits. The main thing is how comfortable you feel wearing each one. How are you layering this winter?