December is here, which means Christmas is around the corner right? We all love the holiday season, but what to wear when it’s literally freezing? It’s very important to feel trendy but I’m sure being comfortable is a must for you too. Let’s agree that comfort doesn’t have to mean boring and I hope to prove just that.
How To Dress Ridiculously Comfortable This Winter ❄️😎
In order to be comfortable this winter, try out an all black ensemble with a slim fit ripped jeans. The slim cut jeans will showcase the chunky fit of the boots, while a leather jacket will give that smart finish. Top off the look with a nice and cozy scarf, beanie and your classic crossbody bag.Tip: wear tights under your ripped jeans to add some layer and keep your legs warm. I really want to try wearing black lace for an edgier look. You can be playful and pair it with leopard print or sheer black tights.How cute is this “snow feeling” beanie? I got it a few years ago at Zara but never wore it out. I have a feeling this is about to change, it’s freezing out and it will definitely be needed to keep my ears warm.When the temperature drops you will need a good cashmere scarf. This one has become my best friend for the last few weeks. I tend to throw it on top of anything I’m wearing to keep my neck protected from the cold wind.Team this look with a pair of Timberland for a casual and comfortable vibe. I choose the black ones because they are classic and go with everything I wear. Timberland boots are a great choice for those gray and rainy days as they have waterproof leather and anti-fatigue midsole. I picked these up from Footasylum last week and haven’t stopped wearing them since. I had heard great things about them and how you can wear it all year around. I’m planning to wear it with a white t-shirt, some ripped jeans and a sweater tied around the waist during Spring (I’ll share it with you guys when it comes to it).
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I hope you guys enjoyed my tips on how to be comfortable this winter. What do you guys do to keep it warm during Winter? Let me know what works for you in the comments below.
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