Yea for the snow right? Kids are loving it because there is no school, they can sleep in, and best of all build a snow man. Yet me personally, I used to (and still) only like snow if it could get me out of work. Otherwise, I don’t want to touch it, taste it or even hear the sounds of folks walking in it! Lol
However, if I have to be out in the snow, I make sure that I am fully dressed for the occasion! In this short post I have compiled just a few key pieces that every lady should own as well as a guide when using them during this wintry season. Enjoy!
You can’t survive winter without winter boots! Whether they are Uggs or true snow boots, they will be your best friend going from point A to point B in the snow!
Yesss! The tunic sweater and it should be worn right…with leggings. This style should not be confused for a “short dress.” This can also be worn with skinny jeans for an even more flattering look.
Leggings! Believe it or not, this is a great staple in any women’s wardrobe whether big or small. The problem comes in when we start to wear these as just pants. To make matters worst the leggings are often cheap and thin allowing us to see your assessts. Please don’t go there!
Layering is crucial! Instead of just wearing your coat over your tee shirt, be sure you are using it as a layering piece under your sweater to keep from being cold and catching a cold!
Get the skinny. Skinny jeans are ideal during the winter season they fit perfectly into your boots and unlike leggings, they are thicker and will be a great stylish defense against the cold.
One of my favorites! A scarve is definitely a must have. Matter fact get several in different textures, colors and weight. A scarve is an accessory that can turn a plain outfit into one that pops!
Every woman needs a stylish coat, especially one that can be worn for semi dressed up and dress down occasions. My advice: get a wool coat. Whether single or double breasted, it is a great look with everyday or wear to work.
Which are your favorite “Wintry” Basics” pieces to wear?