Add A Hint Of Colour

Add A Hint Of Colour

A collection of winter-wear outfits should contain key pieces that can be coordinated with your essential year-round pieces in your wardrobe. Your winter wear list may be tailored to your personal needs and according to the items you already own versus those you’re in need of. Not only does compiling winter-wear outfits in your wardrobe ensure that you’ll cut down on the time it takes for you to get ready in the mornings but it will also ensure that you look stylish when you arrive at work. Follow our key tips on how to add a hint of colour to your style. 

A versatile long sleeved sweater is a must have in any working womens winter wardrobe. We’re obsessed with classic turtleneck sweaters with statement sleeves and sweaters in plush fabrics such as velvet. A sweater in a neutral colour like white or black works with everything- a pair of wide leg trousers for the office, ankle grazers and even jeans over the weekend. Sweaters in thinner fabrics are great for tucking into pants or layering under jackets and blazers.

Another firm winter favourite is the shirt! A striped shirt is neutral enough to never go out of style so it’s worth investing in one that’s of a good quality and fit. A crisp, loose-fitting white shirt can be dressed up or down and can even be paired with other patterns as it does here with these patterned pants.

A midi black dress and black jumpsuit are the kind of pieces that will form the building blocks of your winter wardrobe. Opting for longer length dresses that also have long sleeves ensures that you’ll get more coverage in winter while exuding feminine chic. The benefits of investing in black staple pieces is that it will compliment every trend-led piece you purchase such as a bright bag or puffer jacket. Your monochrome outfit will allo your bag or puffer jacket to shine. The idea is to have your bright trendy piece to strike a contrast with the rest of your look so that the boldness of your bag or statement jacket doesn’t go unnoticed.








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