HOW TO TURN HEADS EVEN IN WINTER
01. PICK A PATTERN
02. THE LAYERED LOOK
January is the perfect time to layer up like an onion. The extremely cold temperatures come with the permission of wearing multiple clothes at once, this makes it an awesome opportunity for you to test out rather unusual combinations. Down below we have mixed garments with three different collars and textures, a black wool turtleneck, a camel colored shell blouson jacket, and a beige corduroyed sherpa jacket. The turtleneck is a great essential and starting point to building a layered look, as it will peek out from under whatever outerwear you decide to wear over it. If the wool fabric is a bit too thick for you, opt for a turtleneck in a jersey material. This should provide you with a bit more of a flexible substitute.
03. THE NEW FLEECE
In the past decade outdoor gear has become more and more trend-driven and designers started to incorporate those visuals into various luxury brands. That’s exciting because it enables you to dress in a way that is practical and yet super stylish. So if you see a piece in fleece, don’t shy away! Here, we created an outfit idea with two different fleece garments on top of each other. Wearing outerwear also enables you to combine it with sportswear, and this also gives a bit more room to play with when it comes to colors. If you are trying to make a colorful entrance, you could easily do this with a color-blocked sneaker for example.
04. STAY WARM IN CASHMERE
If you are looking to stay extra warm and turn the biting cold into something more warm and cozy, cashmere is the way to go. It’s a light yarn, and it’s super soft, and once you wear a piece of cashmere it will feel like the garment you are wearing is giving you a warm and loving hug.
Try to aim for a cashmere sweater in different colors to steer away from the classic, navy blue or black choice. In this section we have matched this bright item with a scarf in a bit of a darker color to add depth and texture to the overall impression. Playing with textures and different patterns is a great way to have a bit more fun with your clothes in the winter time.