5 Winter Outfits To Start Wearing Now

With winter right around the corner, many of us just can’t help but think about what we will be wearing in the next few months when the temperature shifts dramatically. Just because it is cold out, it does not mean that you cannot have fun dressing up as you did in summer. Fortunately, the runways are given us many new fun trends to consider even though it is freezing out there. While we all can’t get enough of the maxi sundress to get us through summer, there are many outfit possibilities to get us all through winter like sweaters, boots, coats, and more. The cold weather means plenty of layering so this means we get to wear more of our favorite pieces all at once.

From shiny puffer coats to cargo pants to jumpsuits that will make you feel like you are wrapped up snugly, keep scrolling for 5 winter outfits that you can start wearing now. This will help you to plan your winter outfits a lot easier.

 Maxi Dress & Shearling Vest 

Do you have a favorite maxi dress from summer that you want to convert for winter?  Well, you can still wear it with a shearling vest to keep warm while allowing the billowy sleeves of your dress to speak for themselves. Complete the look with a pair of ankle boots and a handbag. This look is great for hanging out and shopping with friends.

Ribbed Top & Skirt With Knee-High Boots

Style your ribbed sweater with a skirt to give your winter going-out look extra layers and warmth. The statement-making knee-high boot is just as attention-grabbing while the chunky top and skirt set makes the whole look more elevated. A bonus point is if you go monochrome.

Textured Puffer Coat And Bucket Hat

Nothing is as effortless as a puffer coat that really takes the fuss out of winter dressing. Whether you love or hate them, puffer coats are essential to create casual winter outfits, especially on days when you are short of time and do not have time to build a layered look. Just put on a textured puffer with a matching bucket hat. Balance out the look with a pair of black pants.

Oversized Cardigan Sweater

If you love spending time lounging at home, then you definitely need a cardigan sweater. Right this season, the more oversized, the better it is. A cardi is a perfect piece to throw on because although it is baggy, it is also chic. Let it slide off the shoulder to reveal a bralette or cute t-shirt or a bralette for a more balanced look.

Fur Coat And Cords

The ’70s fashion is back with a vengeance this season. For mercury dipping days, get inspiration from the era’s most sumptuous textures with a fur or sheepskin coat and cord pants.  This ensemble will keep you warm without compromising style. For a cowboy style, you can even pair it with a pussybow blouse and a pair of cowboy boots.

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