Styling Layers for Winter
Dressing warmly and fashionably during the colder months can be a bit of a challenge but with a couple of staple pieces it can become as easy as dressing for any other season. I've chosen some key pieces from Modcloth and put together a couple of outfit combinations that I think would be fabulous.
|Black Flared Coat | Gold Bow Hair Pins | Burgundy Gold Lace Dress | Grey Knitted Jumper | Brown Suede Buckle Boots|
The dress in this outfit collection is the main feature, with the scarf neckline it would look super cute poking out from under a knitted jumper like this grey cable knit with the skirt flaring out to match the silhouette of the coat. Deep colours like the maroon of the dress and the brown of the boots are perfect for matching to the leaves on the ground. I would add a pair of plain black tights for added warmth and perhaps some cute socks to peek out over the top of the boots and these adorable gold bow hair pins would add an elegant detail. I must admit I've been re-watching a lot of Gossip Girl lately and Blair's style has influenced me more towards hair accessories.
|Pink Quilted Jumper | Map Necklace | White Tee | Houndstooth Waterfall Cardigan | Black Skinny Trousers|
I thought this pastel pink jumper would be great for getting ready for spring, during the winter it can be worn with a plain white tee underneath and a cosy waterfall cardigan (both from the fabulous sweater section of the site) over the top but will also be perfect by itself when the warmer months eventually come around. Pairing these items with some plain black skinny trousers ties them together and evens out the mix of colour and pattern on top. I added in this super cool necklace that I absolutely love, who doesn't love a good map?
You can also make wishlists of your favourite things on the ModCloth site, see my wishlist here. Let em know if you make one! I really love sites that have this ability, I might start doing more wishlist posts so that I can collate things I like from places that don't have their own.