31 Chic Winter Outfits to Copy Now
It’s always difficult making that transition between your summer and winter closet but with these chic winter outfits, you may even find you could use most of your summer wardrobe clearly into the cold months too!
Take a peek at these 31 stylish looks if you need a little hand getting into the swing of things!
1. Faux Fur Fashion
Faux fur was all over the catwalk for the winter 2015 collections and big names such as Dior, Fendi, Ralph Lauren and Celine were all rocking this fabulous winter look. Throw a pastel colored coat on over black jeans and a black rock-style tee and you have a look that is spicy and sweet all at the same time.
2. Faux Fur Vest
If a faux fur jacket intimidates you a little, dip your toes in the water by simply adding a faux fur vest over the top of your outfit. This look is perfect for the upcoming holidays, right?
3. Faux Fur Collar
For a smart look, simply add a jacket with a faux-fur collar. You’re still keeping up with the winter 2015 trends but at the same time keeping it classic, elegant and simple. Matching your shoes with your fur will also help make the look ‘pop’.
3. Winter Wellies
Who said jumping in puddles was just for kids? “Wellie-boots” or rubber boots now come in every color and design you could think of making it easier than ever to slip them in your every day fashion. Keep things simple by matching the boots to your outfit and you have a look that is both practical and cute. What more could you ask for?
4. Little Red Riding Hood
This look is perfect for winter 2015 and combines two things that are very on trend – the color red and the cape! Both of which were paraded around the catwalks by almost all of the big designers. Team a matching boot-and-cape combo with some plain jeans and you have a super-quick look that is both elegant and classy. You could even throw on a hat too although this is optional.
5. Brave & Belted
Big belts were all over the winter 2015 collections and if you’re trying one for the first time, keep things simple by wearing a cape or an oversized scarf and using your belt to keep it in place. Perfect for those days where it’s not quite warm enough for a coat but not cool enough for nothing at all.
6. It’s a Cape Thing
This is a maternity look but definitely doesn’t look like one! The humble cape is the simplest way to cover up for winter and it looks super stylish too. Plus with a cape, you can wear it no matter how big you get so it’s definitely a great idea if you’re pregnant or planning to get pregnant soon! A cape could be your best friend!
7. Comfy Knits
You sure can’t beat wrapping up warm when the cold weather comes and what better way than with the biggest, comfiest, softest sweater you own? Team it with your cutest skirt, featured tights (like these spotty beauties) and cute little pumps for a look that is super cute yet warm all at the same time!
8. Layer It Up
The easiest way to keep warm is to layer up your clothes so why not do just that this winter? Keep the jeans and tees with the sneakers you were wearing this summer and pair them with a cute slogan sweater AND a big chunky cardigan on top. This look just shows you how simple picking your winter closet could really be.
9. Perfect Pleats
Pleats were all over the catwalk for winter 2015 and the easiest way you can wear them is shown here – a simple black, pleated skirt with a simple red cross-over style top. In fact you could go for any color you wanted but the more festive the better! Team it all with black tights to keep your pins nice and warm and you have a winter-ready outfit. You could always the swap the crossover top for any number of options too – a cute sweater, a rocky-style tee, or even a white collared blouse. The possibilities are endless.
10. Boyfriend Jean Dreams
You can still wear your boyfriend jeans for winter but instead of pairing them with a cute, flirty little top and some killer heels, team them with some super cool boots and a simple comfy, sweater combo instead. It keeps things casual and if the weather should turn bad, you won’t be sliding around in the ice in a pair of four inch stilettos. Much more practical and super cool to boot!