We have all spent those extra few minutes in the morning bundling up with hats, gloves and scarves before dreading to enter the tundra of Wisconsin. If you are lucky enough to have ended up somewhere warm, trust me, you are not missing too much. But if you do live somewhere that gets cold in the winter, you know how much effort it takes to stay cute while keeping super warm.
This Fashionista demonstrates how to look fabulous while bearing the cold. She is sporting a gorgeous lilac headwrap, which I am absolutely obsessed with. A light pastel color is desperately needed in these colorless months. A headwrap is a great alternative to your go-to beanie or hat. Don’t get me wrong, I love my beanies, but life begins at the end of your fashion comfort zone. At least that’s what I tell myself sometimes. It’s fun to try something new; sometimes you just have to push yourself to do it.
Opting for a headwrap adds style and a bohemian flair to any bundled up look. This Fashionista is also pulling off an amazing deep eggplant colored coat, stunning gray and black printed tights, gray UGGs, light brown gloves and a super cozy gray infinity scarf. Honestly, I don’t know what could be warmer than this outfit.
If you are slowly getting into the habit of dressing in all basics, and just can’t seem to find that interest piece anymore, a headwrap could be your saving grace. It could be as simple as that. Just throw on your heavy winter coat, boots, gloves and a headwrap, like this Fashionista. It can really boost the relevance and energy of your look. Don’t forget that there are constantly new trends that you can add to your look to spice it up.
Like every other fashion item, when it comes to headwraps there are so many different styles, colors and textures to choose from. You are bound to find one that suits you perfectly. Now when you are bundling up in the morning, before you call it a wrap and run out the door, cozy into a headwrap!
Spotted: The Armani Privé spring 2014 couture collection showcases beautiful intricate silk headwraps geared towards the spring season.