I used to hate winter. Bulky coats hid my curves, practical snow-boots were anything but fashion-forward, and most hair products lost their effectiveness. Not anymore! Layering winter accessories can be fun, so can taking up the challenge to look powerfully stylish over winter.
And below, find inspiration for choosing some of the most edgy accessories there is!
The fluffy neckpiece
Whether a necklace or a chocker with faux fur embellishments, such a piece is bound to be the statement your outfits needs. Moreover, skins become so sensitive over the winter, we could use all of that furry plushness.
See our board for an example.
Must-have opera length gloves
Chanel your Olivia Pope in a pair of these. Ivory, taupe, black, beige are some neutral colors to place your bet on.
What’s more? They are a great addition to one of our favorite sleeves of the season – cape sleeves.
The stylish scarf
Alternate fabrics, weight and even tying styles. See here for your tying style options. We’re in love with the short tying style.
A stylish headpiece
Get a beanie in shearling and leather for the worst of days, and a fedora for better days when your hair won’t cooperate.
The right coat
All people see when you are out and about is your winter coat. Choose wisely.
We borrowed some tips from inStyle:
Short silhouettes look better in less voluminous and detailed coats; nipped-waisted coats look better on smaller upper silhouettes, and single breasted coats with narrow labels look good on big upper silhouettes; A-line-shape or straight-line coats are a best bet for curvaceous tummies.
Statement winter accessories
Whether a necklace or a pair of earrings, statement is the only way to make sure your accessories have an impact over layers of turtle necks and sweaters and scarves.
The trick to not looking overdone with big hanging pieces, is to invest in pieces whose elaborateness is in compact details, as opposed to pieces whose elaborateness stems from multiple, large and/or hanging parts.