Winter Street Style From Fashion Bloggers

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So winter is here. The most challenging thing in winter, in my experience is to look stylish. Especially living in cold weather clothes becomes more practical rather than decorative and fashionable. However there are other ways to enhancing your look in winter. See the fashion bloggers and take note of how to accessorize the winter look.

Winter Street Style

Winter Street Style From Fashion Bloggers

Even in parka Chiara Ferragni looks stylish thanks to the sweater dress, ankle boots, and a pair of cool shades. The variant for a colder weather would be to add skinny pants into the look and swap the ankle boots for something warmer.

Winter Street Style From Fashion Bloggers

In her second look Chiara Ferragni incorporates a sweater of trendy oxblood color which she pairs with an off-white jacket, black skinny pants and heeled boots. Oxblood + off-white, beige and cream is a great combination if you want to try a big color trend.

Winter Street Style From Fashion Bloggers

Another look is from Kristina Bazan who shows how to brighten up the winter look with red accents. In her look it’s the skirt, the bag and the lipstick that are sprucing up the otherwise the total black outfit.

Winter Street Style From Fashion Bloggers

A coat is a great outerwear piece during winter but sometimes it can be too thin in colder weathers. Well, before investing in a winter coat check the fabric labels for composition. The more natural components there are like wool and alike the warmer it will be. Another one of Kristina Bazan’s outfits includes a coat which she paired with patterned blue jeans and a matching wide brimmed hat. Perfect!

Winter Street Style From Fashion Bloggers

Blogger Ivania Carpio behind the Love Aesthetic blog shows a great winter look with a well-tailored COS coat of a beautiful grey lavender color and black turtleneck, skirt, tights and clear-heeled sandals.

 

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.