It are often only too easy when temperatures drop to a particular (read: icy) level to rest on an equivalent outfits you’ve got for the past few years, huddling up in grey, navy and black knitwear and therefore the same black ankle boots. While you cannot beat a classic, if you are looking for a few new winter combinations, the likes of Ada Oguntodu, Jessie Bush and more are wearing variety of practical yet still interesting looks you too are going to be ready to decline repeat until spring.
Deciding what to wear to work in the winter can feel more challenging than at other times of year. It’s not perpetually simple to return up with stylish and polished outfits for the workplace once the temperatures drop and you’d rather be swaddled in sweatpants.
Who can deny that the weather dictates your style. And when winters knock on your door, you can often find yourself at a loss for creative ideas. Being a trend setter isn’t easy if you’re covered in bulky layers head to toe. Don’t let winters become a fashion worry or a reason to drape yourself in boring blacks and greys day after day. Believe it or not, it is possible to make winter wear fashionable. Think out of the box.