The colder mornings drawing in mean darker starts and even darker finishes after work. Every single season has it’s ‘must-have’ wardrobe staples and whether you are working a long way from home and need a hefty reminder of appropriate commuting attire, or you simply want to feel comfy and cosy in your own home, you need to give your wardrobe a warm winter workover.
It’s all about style this winter, and we want you to stay on point with yours. We’ve put together a list of winter wardrobe staples that you could have in your closet – all you have to do to be on trend is follow the list!
Skinny Jeans. Perfect for year-round, but more so for winter, skinny jeans are the perfect addition to any chilled wardrobe. They not only streamline your shape, they are perfect for wearing with boots! It doesn’t matter what colour denim you choose to wear; skinny jeans are the perfect stylish staple for this winter season.
Cashmere. Winter is all about frost, snow and chilly winds that make you feel like you’re going to freeze to the bone. By wearing cashmere sweaters like the ones that you find here, you can keep your casual look while looking chic at the same time. You can also keep as toasty warm as you like!
Coat. Every winter wardrobe needs a winter coat, but it doesn’t mean you have to wrap up in an oversized sleeping bag! Try and stay away from navy and black, which while practical don’t always pop. Go for a bright colour so you can stand out in style during those rainy days!
Slippers. Keeping the heating on ups your energy bills, so wearing stylish slippers around the house can make sure you stay warm without spending too much money. If you want something perfect to suit you, buy them here and don’t say we didn’t tell you how warm they were. Slippers aren’t for everyone, but in the harsh nights there’s no need to press bare feet into cold wooden floor!
Boots. Boot season begins the minute the sun sets before 8pm! Whether you like a flat ankle boot or an over the knee heeled style, you can pair boots with thick tights or skinny jeans and feel comfortable and cosy through the season.
Scarf. Okay, so everyone knows that a staple of winter is a decent scarf, but you don’t have to just wear one outdoors. Oversized scarves like this one double as full on shawls and make for the perfect cold weather accessory. Investing in one of these will keep you warm even at work on those bitterly cold mornings.
Your winter wardrobe doesn’t have to be boring in colour or style if you know what to look for. Check out the trends in colours for the year and learn what works for you and your personal style, then branch out for your wardrobe change! Face the cold head on with your new wardrobe and you’ll stand out from the wrapped up crowd!