3 Unconventional Ways to Switch Up Your Winter Style
It’s easy to forget, but it happens every winter. That moment when you realize you’ve been pulling the same sweater-and-jeans combo for 10 days in a row and you’ve hit a cold-weather-induced style speed bump. I know I feel it, especially after spending time in Miami for New Year’s! If you’re craving summer (like me 🙂 ) as we head into peak winter, let’s strategize on how to re-think our winter style. Keep scrolling for three unconventional ways to switch things up while you bundle up!
#1. Opt For A New Neutral: Pale Purple
Generally, when you think of neutrals, it’s black, brown, white and beige to keep your look streamlined and polished. But, we’re shaking things up to ditch our rut and getting a jumpstart on Spring. This new versatile hue, pale purple is the next beige worth wearing. You’re probably thinking, do I own anything purple? To help, I pulled a few styles to help you get the look!
#2. Ditch Your Puffer
Puffers for winter are great, don’t get me wrong! But, by the end of winter we all start to feel one with our oversized outerwear. I always think investing in multiple outerwear options is a smart choice. I suggest opting for a beautiful faux leather trench or shearling that you can slip over your next look and equally feel great in.
#3. Embrace Sweatsuits
There’s just something about a matching sweatpant outfit that feels equal parts comfortable and polished. And, if you’ve been rocking this look all winter long, breathe new life into it by adding a pair of tall boots. This is a must-style for travel.