Why compromise with style in Winter, follow these tips

November 25, 2015 14:40
Why compromise with style in Winter, follow these tips

Putting up more clothes is horrible in Summer but hilarious in Winter. Now it is the time for hilarious episode, so let us know a few of the dressing tips to whistle in the Winter

Why thick, when you can still wear thin?

When it is Winter, you immediately lock up all your thin clothes and take out thick ones. But if you love to wear thin clothes in Winter too, do it by putting on several thin layers. It can replace thick layer clothes and even allows you to strip off the layers, if the temperature climbs.

Several thin layer clothes women

Opt a base layer

A 'base layer' can typically be a long johns, union suit, long underwear, or anything, that can provide a warm, light base to your Winter gear. Alternatively, wear fleece leggings with a pair of colorful leg warmers, which will also add your style statement.

Long johns men

Who said tight fitting traps the heat?

There is a belief that tight clothes can trap the heat. But the fact is, the loose clothes allow for more insulation. Tight-fitting sweater dresses are just a fashion statement, but are not useful. Loose clothes give a leaner look.

Tight fitting clothes winter

Scarves, never out of fashion

Regardless of the season, scarves are always the style statement. Luckily, along with the style, it even supports you, in the Winter season. Especially, knitted scarves, wool-made, polyester, and velvet and are very warm ones, you can wear over your regular clothing.
Women scarves

Boots to survive

Now coming to the leg part, boots especially the long ones (up to the knees) if the dress is short and the ankle boots, if you wore cuffed jeans or a dress, would best suit. If it is a party, opt heeled boots and long walking boots, during the day.
Boots winter women

By Phani Ch

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