We all know that Florida winters aren’t nearly as frigid as schools up north. However, we are still faced with our own kind of cold and need to find ways to wear our year round wardrobe while looking weather appropriate in the chill. Though it may be not be snowing and the sun still beats down on us, this Fashionista sports the perfect 60 degrees and sunny outfit.
Sticking to dark colors, this Fashionista’s outfit is cohesive from head to toe. Her simple black dress has a scalloped bottom while her plaid button-up creates comfort and additional warmth in her look. Maroon tights complement the hues of her button-up and provide a little layer to warm her legs. Small accessories add just a bit of bling and her cross-body bag stands out with a bold red print.
No matter the temperature, knee-high socks are always at the top of the winter trends list; keeping your legs toasty is no problem when you’re up to your knees in these. Knee-highs can be paired with any boot height and are sure to send a fashion statement in any color. This Fashionista keeps it classic in black knit socks and black-laced booties. Matching the color of shoe and sock is a great way to maintain a clean but fashion-forward winter style.
Take tips from this Fashionista and you will have no problem dressing for that mega cold front coming your way. Swap the cold and dreary look for a more cozy, trendy image that is ready to face the wintry weather.
One Simple Change: Planning a girl’s night with some of your favorite ladies? Step out of your comfortable boots into a wedged or heeled shoe and dress the look up with a cute coat and you’re ready for a fun and flirty evening!