Winter is still in full force here. The temps have been dipping so low so taking these photos is pretty miserable. I do love how beautiful the snow backdrop looks. I'd be nice to get a few more pictures in the snow, but I don't know if I'm brave enough to hangout in the cold for pictures. This post I'm talking a bit about how to wear different types of layers and winter accessories.
I get the most compliments about all of my hats. I love the hats with fur or faux fur pom poms. I included a few others at the bottom of this blog post. They have been a life saver with this cold weather. Plus it makes you look like your having a good hair day everyday.
I got this new light pink sweater and I had been dying to wear it. It was so cold that I paired it with a faux shearling vest and jeans. I struggle with pastels cause I feel like they don't look good with black or darker colored shoes. So when I decided to try it with these burgundy booties. I was a little hestitant but I ended up liking how it looked. I wasn't planning on wearing the hat nor the gloves but it was so cold. So there is a little more going on with the gloves and hat but I think it all worked. Patterned gloves and hats are a fun way to accessorize an outfit expecially during the winter.
As you can see I'm layering alot of items. I think the key to layering is to make sure the fabrics and textures are different. So here I have a knit sweater and a shearling vest. Two very different textures. I also mixed different shapes, the sweater is loose and shorter and the vest has longer lines, opposite of the sweater. So mixing textures and shapes is the key to layering heavier items during the winter months. If you were to wear a short sweater with a shorter puffy vest it wouldn't be the most slimming. So when wearing a shorter vest I go with a tunic sweater underneath the vest.
So this winter feel free to layer with big sweater and vests and accessorize with hats and gloves. Mostly stay warm!!!
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