Winter outfit ideas to get you through a style rut

Winter outfit ideas to get you through a style rut

Winter outfit ideas to get you through a style rut

Winter outfit ideas to get you through a style rut. Just because the cold weather is here, doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with your style. There are plenty of outfit possibilities that come with winter. Coats. Knits. Boots.

Plus, this is a season for layering, meaning you can wear more of your favourite pieces at once.

From shiny puffers, to velvet blazers to corduroy jumpsuits, here are just some ideas that will make planning your winter outfits much easier.

Shiny Puffer

Brands such as Balenciaga and Supreme have brought the puffer jacket back in fashion. To make this fashion staple feel on trend, find one made from shiny material.

This statement jacket will not require any additional embellishments.

Slipdress

Due to our obsession with all things nineties, the slipdress is back with a bang. It’s a silhouette that you can fall back on year-round.

On cold days, wear it over a long sleeve top, with tights and boots.

Velvet Blazer

This type of blazer, made from seasonally appropriate velvet, will always have you feeling winter ready. Style yours with jeans and heels for a night out or layer it under two jackets when it starts to get cold.

Leopard Print Dress

Don’t put away your leopard print pieces just yet but add one more to your collection instead – a dress with the pattern all over. Choose a midi length so that it peeks out underneath your outerwear and knits.

Corduroy Jumpsuit

Jumpsuits are fashion items that do all the styling for you. You can wear a turtleneck or jacket if you want to, but it doesn’t need anything else.

When the cold weather hits, a corduroy jumpsuit with a t-shirt underneath will keep you from getting chilly. Plus, you will look incredible.

Here at Fashion.ie we always promote fashion sustainability. Where possible, please exchange your clothing with others to increase their longevity which ensures they do not go towards landfill which is bad for the environment.

Always check out how and where your clothes, beauty products and accessories are made before purchase to ensure they are not only ethically produced but environmentally friendly.

We can all play our part and make the difference to working towards a better and cleaner fashion environment here in Ireland.

 

Winter outfit ideas to get you through a style rut

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