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As the weather gets colder, it’s time to start thinking about your winter wardrobe and keeping yourself warm. Wearing the appropriate clothing as the temperature drops will help to keep you comfortable. I love winter and I love being all cosy. Winter fashion is great, I adore long coats, comfy scarves, chunky jumpers, etc. However, I do think it can be fairly difficult to style winter clothes sometimes. Experiment with your winter wardrobe, mix it up, and try on things you usually wouldn’t when shopping – you’ll probably discover something new.
One thing to consider, which may sometimes be overlooked, is heated jackets. They can be really useful for helping to keep you warm in the cold weather. Companies such as Cozy Winters have a variety of suitable options, including pullovers/hoodies, puffy jackets and vest jackets.
A good, warm scarf can be a great staple for any winter wardrobe. I have thin ones for when the weather is starting to get warmer, between that awkward period of spring and summer. You can add a pop of colour to your outfit with a bright scarf.
Boots are brilliant, especially for winter. I prefer flat boots to high heels, but either can work well in winter, keeping your feet warm whilst still being comfortable.
A warm pair of gloves is a good option to always have with you. I used to work outside for the majority of the day in an old job, and I also used to put heat pads inside my gloves to help keep my hands warm – this worked really well to be honest.
It’s worth noting that it may be worth having a look around charity shops when updating your winter wardrobe. There can be some really great and affordable items of clothing. Do you have any favourite winter fashion staples?
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I'm Louise, a 28 year old blogger living in York. I'm a freelance blogger and Teaching Assistant. This is my corner of the internet, in which I cover topics such as mental health, travel, fashion, lifestyle and so much more!
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