November is here and with it comes crisper weather, shorter days and a need for even cozier clothes.
November in my mind is the official beginning of the winter season, the time when it’s no longer just a ‘chill in the air’, but the introduction of real cold.
As the weather becomes colder many have a decision to make. Do you sacrifice fashion for warmth and heat or can you have it all?
If your fall and winter wardrobe is feeling lack luster, with nothing but the same old huge coats, boots and warm garments, then it is the right time to add some heat to your winter looks.
Are ready to give the season for chunky sweaters, blanket scarves, booties and all things cozy a touch of spice and heat, other than the need to be warm?
This fall and winter street styles are all about creativity and with that comes the joy of jumping right out of the box and mix and matching your fabrics for a new and unique look. Wool, plaid, silk and leather can work together to not only keep you warm, but are the basics for fun creative ideas.
When you’re feeling a little down in the dumps because of the colder temperature and darker days, go right ahead and add a huge splash of sunshine!
Yellow was the colour of the year for 2018 and it adds such a feeling of warmth, daring and joy to any outfit. Whether it’s a sweater, jacket, handbag or if you’re truly daring and bold enough, shoes, then go ahead and raise your spirits with the colour of the sun.
If you’re thinking yellow is too much for me, then why not reignite your summer feels and add some floral into the dark mix?
Transition your floral wide-leg pants to a fall look with the help of a chunky, bold sweater and black boots that peek out from the hem.
Not into floral pants?
Then mix it up with a floral chunky sweater, boots and dark jeans.
Letting your socks show is all the rage this cold weather season. A trend that is mostly seen with men, but can be a fun and creative boost of fun and warmth for those women who want to still wear their kitten heeled slingbacks or fun mules. Pair these shoes with thin, chic socks in bright colours, or shimmery metallic or even argyle… the sky is the limit, so go nuts.
One of the best things about overalls is that they are a year round go-to! They are easy to wear and easy to dress up or down. This fall and winter season, take them out of the closet and pair them with a fitted turtleneck tee, some loafer heels.
There are so many things you can mix and match to add some spice to your winter looks that will leave you both feeling fresh, fabulous and most importantly warm!
The big take away here is to not be afraid to of colours, patterns or to let your creativity shine through regardless of the season!