It’s of a great necessity to start making plans on how to spend the winter, especially on the outfits to be in during this cold period.
A weather-ready parka
It’s going to get really cold outside, really s
oon. Don’t be left out in it. Leading the charge for your closet should be a down-filled parka that’ll keep you warm, if not stylish at the same time.
2. A snow boot
The weather forecast is about as predictable as, well, the weather. This winter (and every winter), you should have a reliable pair of snow boots on your shoe rack — to combat freezing rain, snow, sub-zero wind chills, and whatever else Mother Nature churns out.
A flannel shirt jacket
Flannel shirts are a lot softer and thicker than regular button-front shirts, making them a favorite choice for colder months. For something not plaid, albeit expensive.
4. A pair of dark-wash jeans
No closet is complete without a couple of pairs of jeans. For winter, we tend to stick with heavier fabrics and deeper colors. In this vein, darker denim rinses will feel most appropriate for the season.
5. A puffer vest
Vests are great layering pieces. They will look sharp layered over a sweater or a flannel button-down shirt. They’ll also work layered under a heavier coat when it’s especially brutal outside.
6. A wool beanie
It’s an old wives’ tale to say that we lose 80% of our body heat through our head, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t cover it up when single-digit weather strikes. Wearing a hat or a pair of earmuffs is just plain practical. And sometimes the beanie in question is pretty stylish, too.
7. A pair of tech-friendly leather gloves
The same goes for gloves. Just wear them. If you’re one of the many people who are constantly glued to their smartphone, grab a leather pair with tech-friendly fingertips — they’re as professional-looking as they are practical.
We hope these will help and bring a balance between your lifestyle and the winter season.