- Plaid Scarf 2. Sweatshirt 3. White Knit Beanie 4. Black Winter Boots 5. Torn Boyfriend Jeans 6. Aviator Sunglasses
Where to Wear
This outfit lets you run errands in style and layers well with a winter coat.
Take this casual look to the streets for lunch with friends or running to the grocery store.
These pieces have been my go-to all winter long! They’re comfy, yet stylish, and warm. I’m able to mix and match them with EVERYTHING all season. Seriously, the outfit ideas are endless with each of these clothing items!
How to Style
This blanket scarf has been a life-saver not only when I leave the house, but even when I’m sitting at my desk working. Most of the time I unfold it and use it as a shawl. It’s a great way to stay warm inside and adds an extra layer of protection in the bitter cold.
I can never have too many sweatshirts. They’re probably the most worn item I have in my closet if we’re being real 😂. This one specifically gets used the most as it’s a neutral color that can be dressed up or dressed down while still looking good. It’s a great base piece to layer up or keeps it simple alongside a pair of sweats.
So let’s talk about these black boots for a second. They’ve been my favorite and most-worn shoes this winter! Again, they can be styled in many different ways, and are easy and quick to slide on and off. If you own UGGS or any off-brand winter boots such as these, do not wear them in the slush or snow!
Doing so is a fast track to destroying your beloved shoes as the material isn’t meant for such conditions. However, if you must wear them in bad weather, protect them beforehand, and do your best to avoid the wet slop as much as possible.
Any suede shoe should be protected and cared for to avoid accelerated wear and tear. Although these boots are faux suede, it’s a good idea to keep any cloth shoes and boots protected by wearing them only in dry areas.
Always use common sense when choosing your shoes for the weather! Preserve the life of them as much as you can for the most usage.
What is your go-to piece during the winter? Let me know below!