Depending on where you live, your winter wardrobe is going to differ but in general its going to be a combination of boots, hats, jackets and scarfs. You should always take your own style into account, but this article will give you a great starting point when creating your winter wardrobe. If you spend most of your time at home or with your friends your wardrobe may be more casual, and if you work downtown everyday then you may want to dress these suggestions up into a more professional look. Either way, take these tips and then get creative and make it your own! Check out Boots n bags heaven for some great winter collections to start building your wardrobe today.
In the fall and early spring, boots that
reach your ankles are perfect, but as it starts to get colder, we would suggest
moving to a taller boot as they are far warmer. You can go for boots that are
just under the knee, or over the knee depending on your personal preference,
but a pair of tall boots in one style or the other is essential.
Another thing to think about when buying
boots is the material. Suede is a clear choice to avoid as any wet or snowy
weather will destroy them quickly. You can get some brands that do a great job
at weather proofing their suede but you’ll have to pay a premium and there are
still better options out there. Leather or a faux-leather is the obvious choice
here, and is both stylish and waterproof so you won’t ruin your shoes or get
For the colour we recommend neutrals to
make them as versatile as possible, so greys, black and cognac are all good
Skinny jeans are the perfect combination
with your high top boots, and can be easily tucked into to tops. A great tip is
to go for super skinny style jean or jeggings (jean leggings) as these are the
easiest to get into your boots.
If you spend a bit of money on an amazing wool coat, you won’t need another coat ever again. They are perfect for wearing out when you’re shopping, can be easily worn to work and can even be brought in for a fancy client dinner if needed. A wool coat is a fantastically versatile piece, and can be combined with jeans and a jumper for a casual winter look, or add it to your nicest work clothes and still look great.
In addition to you wool coat, the puffer
jacket can be used when things need to get a bit more practical but you still
want to look good. Make sure you get a waterproof jacket and be ready for
anything, including shopping in the depths of winter without getting cold, and
depending on the harshness of your winter you can get jackets are very capable
of being worn in sub-freezing temperatures.