As the snow piles up outside, you grab another jumper in a bid to stay warm. Your feet are freezing and all you really want to do is snuggle down into the cosiness of your bed. Being warm whilst looking stylish is a difficult task, but we’re here to help!
Think of knitwear as your winter wardrobe bestie. Not only is it warm but extremely stylish and on trend. With celebrities like Taylor Swift and Chris Evans showing society how good knitwear can really look, it’s gone from something your granny would make to the item your crush wears. We love matching a white knitted jumper/cardigan with black trousers, whether it's jeans or leggings.
Don’t see this as an item to keep you warm on a winter’s walk. Instead blend chic with convenience as you choose a scarf that works for you. Whether it’s a colour that matches your outfit or brings out the colour of your eyes, choose carefully. Use a scarf as a staple item, bringing your outfit together when you're outside.
Perfect for Winter and Summer, sweatshirts are most certainly an investment outfit. Choose darker colours like burgundy, navy or grey and a retro-looking logo for that perfect 80s campus vibe. If you’ve got long hair put it up in a scrunchie for the ultimate vintage look.
Okay, one thing is for certain, there is no escaping the need for socks in winter. As you battle against the bitter cold winds, you’ll find yourself putting on multiple pairs of socks at once. Instead, choose thicker hiking socks, designed for the coder weather. Whilst they may not have as many patterns as summer socks, they’ll keep your toes toasty warm.If you don’t have access to hiking socks, team a pair of summer socks with some bedtime cosy socks.
Try and choose socks that colour-match your outfit so they tie in nicely with your ensemble.
Hopefully, these items will make your winter wardrobe stay both chic and cosy. Remember to use colours, especially darker ones, to your advantage and have fun with your style. Play around with different items and find a look that tunes in with your personality.