Comfortable and cosy is our motto for the season, but that doesn’t mean you have to scrimp on the style front. We’ve got the cold-weather wardrobe of your dreams, right here. Read on to discover the winter outfit ideas that’ll suit every style (and weather type) out there…
Say no to the winter blues and yes to these cheery styles instead. We’ve got you covered with cosy coats, winter-proof dresses and the softest knits. Whether you’re snuggling fireside or heading outside for a crisp walk, these are the winter outfits you’re sure to wear on repeat this season.
Warm and fuzzy
A teddy coat is a must for winter and we can’t get enough of this neutral version (it’s basically a warm hug in coat form). Make it the focal point of cold-weather looks by styling with simple separates and muted shades.
We honestly can’t think of a better combo than jeans and a jumper (well, except for gin and tonic). Master winter dressing with classic denim and a soft knit. This jumper is sure to brighten up those grey days with its pretty pink hue and subtle sparkle. Who says pastels are just for spring?
Made for walking
Going for a walk? Snow may look pretty but it can turn pavements into ice rinks, so sturdy-but-nice footwear is a must. Invest in a pair of stylish hiking boots. Once a practical option for weekends in the Lake District, the hiking boot has become a firm fashion favourite (it’s functional and stylish). Team with a puffer coat and jeans or offset the chunky silhouette with a dress. Mountains optional.
Make it a midi
The do-it-all midi dress needs no intro. Easy to layer and long enough to keep the chill out, your fave hemline will see you through this season and well into spring. This animal print midi looks great styled with a biker jacket and ankle boots. For an extra layer of warmth, wear it under a slouchy roll-neck jumper.
Oh. So. Cosy
Winter is all about being cosy, and this oversized cardigan is just the thing. Team it with joggers for evenings snuggled on the sofa. It’s totally acceptable for morning coffee runs too — just don’t forget to take a scarf if you’re venturing outside.