Three warm outfits to survive winter

If you live in a particularly cold region, you know well how difficult wintertime can be. If autumn is all about blazers, thin turtleneck sweaters, and cropped jeans, during the next three months we will be more focused on keeping ourselves warm with thick clothes regardless of how good we look when wearing them. However, today we’ll show you that winter outfits can be warm and toasty without sacrificing comfort and style. Here are three of our go-to Pinterest-inspired outfits for the upcoming season.

Outfit 1: Trendy oversized look

The trend for oversized clothes is thankfully one that is not only very wearable but also particularly warm and perfect for the cold weather. The key to creating a warm winter outfit is to layer different clothes so that they will help your body insulate its own temperature thus keeping you warm. Start with a base layer of thermoregulating clothes such as tights and a long sleeve top and throw an oversized sweater over it. Pair this combination with some wide-leg jeans or trousers, some chunky boots, and a large belt, and finish the look with a woolen overcoat. A classic wristwatch and a big leather backpack will also be perfectly suitable accessories for the look. This way you’ll put together a warm and stylish outfit that you can wear all day long.

Outfit 2: Traditional knitwear

Knitwear is an indispensable part of one’s winter wardrobe. Apart from the classic sweaters, scarves, and mittens, this season Irish cardigans such as these are at their top popularity thanks to combining traditional Irish patterns with modern knit technology. An Irish cardigan that is made of 100% merino wool will be sure to keep you warm no matter the weather and be a true eye-catcher due to its original design. Make it the central piece of your work outfit by wearing it with a pair of dark straight-leg jeans and a classic white shirt in combination with some high boots and a long jacket. A long necklace and some thin bracelets will make a beautiful addition as well.  If you don’t have an Irish cardigan already, stop by Keyless to find the perfect one for you.

Outfit 3: Pop of color

During winter the days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping drastically, which often results in us being moodier, sleepier, and feeling more tired. And although we sadly can’t bring back the sunny summer days, we can all add a bit of color to our outfits to make these short and cold days more enjoyable. Start with a colorful knit sweater, for example, a bright pink or red one, the latter being especially suitable for the Christmas season, and make it the focal point of your look. Dress the sweater up with some neutral clothes such as a beige pair of trousers, a black belt, and a black overcoat. As for accessories, a classic black box or tote bag and some gold hoop earrings will do just right.