WINTER DRESSING IS ALWAYS ABOUT HAVING CHIC OUTWEAR
The temperature is dropping, but the clothes in the shops are more suitable for spring than an icy snap. Here’s how to dress for the big freeze with style – and stay warm
Looking good when it’s freezing is a niche wardrobe art. It shouldn’t be, because it’s very cold very often. But judging by the background chatter this week – on Twitter and on public transport – few of us are sure about what to wear when the temperature drops. And when it drops at this time of year – when the sales are all but over and the shops are stocking up with spring pastels and the like – it’s even trickier. We’ve seen the stars grappling with this problem aT this year and there have been a few subtle shifts on the wardrobe gauge too. Did you know that wellies are now a bit wincey? Exactly. You’re going to need our guide.
RED IS THE HOT NEW COLOR THIS SEASON
Take a seat millennial pink–we’re painting the town in red this fall. From cherry to crimson, there is no wrong way to rock your red. Snag a saucy scarlet dress to wear now with printed flats and hoops. Warm this look up come autumn by adding a leather jacket and ruby red CHUNKY KNIT SCARF
ADD PLAID TO TOPS, BOTTOMS AND DRESSES
Vivid plaid prints are having a major moment this autumn. Cache colorful plaid blouses and wear them now with boyfriend jeans and slides. Once autumn activates, tuck this trendy top into a suede skirt paired with bow-detail booties.
GET COZY IN CASUAL KNITS
Be anything but basic in casual knits this fall. We’re loving laidback knit tops with specialty details such as knot, surplice, cross and tie-fronts. Sport these knits now with joggers and fashion sneakers and in autumn with a colored denim jacket