Is Your Closet Ready for Winter?
The air has caught a chill, leaves have disappeared from the safety of the trees, and Candy Cane Lattes have taken over every coffee shop imaginable. It can only mean one thing - Winter is on its way!
Which means -
It’s time to re-vitalize your cold-weather closet!
We’ve compiled a list of Five Winter Must-Haves to help sort out what pieces you’ll need to be completely Cold Season ready. From the top of your head to the tips of your freezing little toes you’ll be ready to face the height of Winter with the height of style!
1) The Hat
Let’s start at the top – literally! This time of year, your ears may begin to tingle from the crisp air. Make sure you’re ready with something warm to cover up.
Invest in a thinner beanie for those really sunny days, and a thick tuque for when the snow starts to fall.
2) The Scarf
Swap out your lighter summer scarves for thicker ones. We love playing around with different ways to wear a blanket scarf (it doubles as a shawl!), but there’s also the classic knit long scarves, as well as the snuggly infinity scarf.
3) The Long-Sleeve Tee
Smart layering is key in the Winter. These long-sleeve tees are absolutely perfect for those sunny days that feel like summer might be trying to make a comeback. Invest in your neutrals – black, gray, white, and beige – and at least one in your favourite colour. You’ll be set to match your tee to any outfit!
Can’t decide between mittens or gloves?
Why not choose both? These long gloves are the perfect addition to your morning outfit.
Want to shine? These splendid mittens will class up your evening coat on the way to a dinner party, no matter how chili the night becomes!
Every woman’s hero in the cold months – keeping you cozy and in style. The staple black, gray, and brown are a must in every wardrobe.
In these bleak months you can play up a dull outfit with a pop of colour every now and again.
And as we close in on Winter, make sure to invest in a few pairs of faux-fur lined leggings to keep you cozy all day long!
How ready were you?