When the weather turns cold and gloomy, looking nice can be a little more difficult when you’re bundled up in shape-hugging clothes. It is, however, possible to dress well and take good care of your hair and skin during the winter months to look your best.
Tips to look fabulous this winter for girls:
Dress in layer:
Dress warmly for the winter; this will get you a long way! A cat t-shirt layered over any polo and topped with a jacket is always a nice look – only fit contrasting collars so that the bottom one shows and folds over a little. Jeans and lightweight boots are also winter essentials. Always wear a hat when you’re outside in the cold.
Winter boots, uggs, shoes, slippers, sweatpants, jeans, sweatshirts, leg warmers, sweaters, leggings, tights, and hats are common choices. If you cover appropriately, you can also wear a dress in the winter. To save your outfit from looking bulky, layer with lightweight fabrics.
Find the perfect coat:
A coat becomes a girl’s best friend during a cold winter. It’s the one piece of clothing you’ll be wearing the most, so invest in a decent one. Choose one that will keep you warm while still reflecting your style. Invest in a cute 1960s coat if you’re into retro. Make sure it’s warm enough, whatever you want.
When it’s snowing outside, a woolen cardigan is a lovely piece of clothing, but it won’t be much use. A padded jacket is still a safe bet. If you decide to go for it, go for a light one to avoid the padded look.
Care for skin:
Many skin types can dry out easily in the winter due to harsh winds and high temperatures. Apply oil-free, easily absorbed light lotions to all areas of your body and drink plenty of water. Keep chapped lips at bay by applying lip balm even though showering is recommended for good hygiene every day.
Many people have discovered that they can wash their hair with products every other day, if not less! The explanation for this is simply washing your hair removes its natural oils. Causing it to dry out and develop split ends. A problem that is exacerbated in the winter.
Put pretty thing underneath your armor:
Now that your coat and other warm accessories have covered you, you can wear fancy and light clothing underneath. Some people tend to wear warm clothes and light coats in the winter, but doing the opposite will allow you to show off your wardrobe while still avoiding temperature shocks. The trick is to wear several layers so that you can remove some and still feel comfortable.
In addition, some of your summer clothing, such as your thickest summer dresses with a cat t-shirt and warm tights, can be recycled. You may also wear skirts or jeans with a cat t-shirt or blouses and a jumper to keep it comfortable. Have fun with your underwear by choosing cute and elegant pieces. Even if no one sees you wearing them, just knowing you’re wearing them will improve your self-esteem and attractiveness.
Over the knee boots:
Your favorite cold-weather shoes are also a key to extending your dress-wearing season into the winter. Wear a dress that falls just above the top of the boot and layer it with a jacket or coat that is the same length (and color!) as the dress for added sexiness.
Skinny jeans are ideal for the winter because their slim silhouette allows you to layer several layers on top for added warmth. Wear them during the day with flat heel booties and a leather jacket, or at night with pointy-toe heels and a silk drape coat. There’s nothing these go-to pants can’t fix. Here, it’s all about the wash: pear and hourglass shapes look best in dark wash skinny jeans, while apple and athletic shapes will wear lighter washes all year.
Skinny jeans do keep you warm. This logic becomes clear when comparing the “jeans and leg type” to an insulated thermos bottle. Airtight jeans sandwich a thin layer of air, resulting in warmer legs, just like a tight layer of air around the bottle keeps the liquid warm for longer.
Cash mere sweater:
A cashmere crewneck sweater is the epitome of off-duty fashion. This versatile layering piece is equally at home dressed up or down. This sweater goes with everything, including midi skirts, jeans, printed trousers, and leather boots, and looks fantastic with a collared shirt protruding from underneath.
Cashmere is an excellent choice if you want a soft garment to the touch, warmer than wool, lightweight, and breathable. Cashmere has a lower itching factor than other wools. On the other hand, cashmere is a natural fiber, and some people are allergic to it. Wear a cotton or silk sheet underneath if you’re one of them.