Winter Fashions: Effortless Winter Chic

Effortless Winter Chic

During the winter, at times it can be hard to style outfits that are both effortless and chic without compromising warmth or style. However, this outfit makes it easy to look stylish, while also providing warmth for colder weather months. Everything within the outfit is both practical and fashionable at the same time. The colors also add some brightness to to a winter look with the bright sweater and lighter neutral hues of the skirt, boots, and accessories.

One of the aspects of the outfit that makes it effortlessly chic is the sweater. Not only is it stylish with the cross cross fitted shape, but it also came with the necklace attached to it. This takes the guesswork out of accessorizing the outfit, making it easy to pair it with matching gold jewelry. The color is radiant and can be an instant mood booster on a gloomy and cold day.

The neutral skirt and accessories pair well with the bright sweater and work to create a cohesively light look. The pencil skirt goes well with the form fitting silhouette of the sweater and the over the knee boots keep the parts of the leg warm not covered by the skirt. The purse pulls all the colors together being that it’s beige and gold. To top the outfit off, I paired it with a beige coat that looks great either fastened or worn over the shoulders. When wearing dresses or skirts during the winter I like to wear coats that cover my knees and let boots provide warmth to rest of my legs.

Paired altogether it is a chic and effortless outfit that takes no time to style, but looks like one that is well thought out and coordinated.

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