Seasonal Essentials to Help You Survive Winter in Style

A drop in temps simply means it’s time to elevate your essentials.

Winter essentials for women
Post by Trunk Club
October 28, 2019

We may be reluctant to say goodbye to fall, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be gracious about it. To help give winter a warm welcome, we’re leaning on a strong foundation of new seasonal essentials to do the job. Keep reading as we highlight three key pieces and what to wear with them. 

Statement coat winter outfit

Statement-making coat

A common concern with winter fashion is that outfits feel boring or fall flat. The easiest way to play up your look is with a stand-out coat, one designed with an all-over bold print or unexpected color. To add even more dimension to your outfit, look to unique silhouettes and contrasting textures to play up your favorite jeans and sweaters. We styled this statement coat and scarf with a monochrome look that is just as chic on its own.

Cozy, cool sweater

An oversized sweater isn’t just for warmth—it’s for fashion, too. Aside from the obvious comfort these roomy silhouettes provide, they’re also a stylish addition to any winter look. Just be sure to keep the proportions balanced by going with a pair of slim-straight jeans in a lighter wash that brightens up the ensemble. Finish off with boots and a coat in varying shades of white and cream.

Statement sweater winter outfit
Statement boots winter outfit

Over-the-knee boots

Comfy sneakers and statement ankle booties are great, but nothing brings the drama like over-the-knee boots. Given that these will be the main focus, you can keep everything else fairly minimal and still have a fantastic outfit. For a versatile day-to-night look, we’re pairing our boots with a pretty blouse, skinny jeans, and a plush cardigan for a necessary layer of warmth.

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