Style Advice of the Week

There are a few summer trends that probably shouldn’t make their way to the winter months. It’s hard to imagine sun hats or certain crop tops working as pieces in our winter wardrobes. However, there are some styles that can most certainly be incorporated into a cold weather outfit. The key is styling the pieces correctly.

This Fashionista shows us how to incorporate a tribal print into an outfit meant for the cold months of November or December. The warmer pieces she adds really complete the look. For example, adding jeans and knee-high boots to an outfit will make almost any type of printed top appropriate for winter. Try these Steve Madden boots for an easy way to make your outfit appropriate for cold weather.

Try adding a warm jacket on top of the whole look to stay extra warm while wearing tribal print. This jacket from ASOS would be a chic addition to many outfits because it’s neutral enough to be worn with a variety of patterns. Not feeling the tribal print? Check out this top from Topshop. Floral is another print that is usually associated with spring and summer but is perfectly acceptable to wear in fall or winter. Like I said, the key is simply in how you style it and what accessories you add to the look. Try pairing a floral or tribal dress with those Steve Madden boots I talked about and you have a perfect look for any chilly day.

Still feeling too cold? Throw an infinity scarf on top to finish things off. Warm, practical and chic, infinity scarves are the perfect accessory for any winter look.

If you’re looking to shop for some fashionable tribal looks for any season, try shopping my eBay x CollegeFashionista collection. My eBay collections were curated as part of the CollegeFashionista and eBay collaboration with Style Coalition #FOLLOWITFINDIT.


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