If the freezing winter weather and slushy streets have sent you into a style rut, don’t worry – you are not alone! Layering clothes for work underneath a giant coat can make you feel confused and uninspired, so keep reading and take notes.
A Statement Coat
In winter, your coat often becomes the only cloth people see – which is perfect when you are not in the mood to wear high-end clothes. Statement coats could be your ultimate style secret to looking fabulous during the entire season.
Invest in a charming, yet warm coat design with some interesting print, bold color, or unusual design and step into your office with a show-stopping coat that screams individuality and style. For extra edge, belt your coat around the middle.
If you didn’t have enough courage to wear this hue, not it is a perfect time to think pink when dressing for the office. Millennial pink is a powerful color and a major NYFW trend. It is firmly back in fashion, seen on the streets and across the catwalks.
Show your confidence by layering different textures and fabrics. Opt for color-blocking for more dramatic look. The dusky shade looks great on every skin tone, with a bare face, with a glitter lids or bold lips – or both. We’ve been seeing from sneakers to shirts and sweaters in this lovely shade that represents a smart and kind girl.
Wide Leg Trousers
Wide-leg trousers are hot and very trendy this winter. Teamed with a pair of comfy heels and warm jumper – it offers serious vibes. Fashion bloggers are matching their favorite cropped, wide-leg pants with ankle boots, heels and loafers.
So, if you are bored of wearing your skinny jeans, buy a pair of wide-leg trousers this winter. But, don’t go too oversized. Such trousers are a great way to master wearing whites in winter. Whether you style your pants with a chunky knit or shirt, the winter-friendly piece turn the summery hue into a winter favorite. You can also think about keeping you top half paired-back and let your trousers do the talking.
White clothes shouldn’t be worn only during the hot summer months. An all-white outfit, especially one with tailored clothes, can make you look perfectly polished and instantly pulled together. The key for winter is to opt for heavyweight fabrics and softer, warmer tones. For more formal, business look, add black accessories to your monochromatic outfit.
You can also add dimension to your all-white look by mixing different shades of white cream. A tailored pant suit will give you a sophisticated dressed-up vibe. Make your all-white look more enchanting with bold and bright cherry red, cobalt or basic black shoes. For more cool and casual look, reach for contrasting textures, like super soft cashmere and heavy denim.