Winter Outfit Ideas (hint: layers!). Looking to Spring – but still not quite there – it’s time to make layers your friend in your daily dressing. Why? Because layers make your body feel like there is the possibility of a warmer weather feeling coming (you can take off that sweater one day soon). Here are a few winter outfit ideas to help you transition to Spring fashion…
Winter Outfit Ideas (Layers!)
Can’t go wrong with beige and blue for casual wear.
I happen to love an asymmetrical sweater. It’s unique. Comfortable. Transitional. Layer under that a cotton t-shirt and you are classic. A plain jean jegging is everyone’s friend. And those flats…OK maybe wishful thinking for chilly people like me (OK, I wear boots way into Spring). But I appreciate the transitional opportunity for beige flats like that…you can wear them Spring, Summer, and Early Fall. Oh and a cotton/canvas bag? Always handy.
The grey for days outfit.
Aside: I’m kicking myself that I didn’t buy a pair of sock booties this season. And now they are all sold out. Boo on me.
I like the idea of faux leather jeggings. They look so rockstar-esque. And I’ve seen many women wear them as work wear (that’s right…work wear! Last media event I went to, a pr person was rocking her faux leggins with a blazer…I had a bit of a crush on her outfit).
A long-ish grey blouse under that grey poncho are kinda awesome. The peak of delicate blouse under chunky sweater has an opposites-attract feel to it.
And a clutch with a wristlet is the perfect accessory (you don’t want a bulky tote under a poncho – it’ll just get in the way).
The I’ve just gone to the gym (when I’m really I work from home) outfit.
lol – last week a friend “popped by” last minute for a visit. No time to change…I met her in my work from home outfit glory (joggers and an oversized hoodie). Yep. That’s how I keep it real.
But actually, for realz, have you ever worked in joggers?! They are super comfy! And I happen to love oversized (i.e. long) sweaters.
Maybe it’s because blogging is creative…that I need to feel comfortable when I write. Honestly, I’ve never written a thing wearing heels and a dress.