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Shop_Oholic Shop_Oholic 7 years
Pantyhose & tights under jeans and work pants work wonders!!!
QueenLeaher QueenLeaher 8 years
is it just me or do snowjoggers look like the snowboots you wore when you were seven? and i love winter coats. They totally have the ability to make an outfit
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
I live in a cold city (eek it just snowed today!) and I think I have mastered the fashionable warm look :D
looseseal looseseal 8 years
I find it easier to stay stylish in cold weather than really hot weather. You can wear more pieces of clothing all at once in winter (which means more ways to put an outfit together). Plus, you don't have to worry about unattractive sweat spots and hair in the wrong places. Layering is key (I can't believe Fab didn't mention layering) - it's comfortable and can be done in a myriad of stylish ways. And it is possible to make it fab without using expensive things like cashmere and fur. Make sure you have at least three layers. The one closest to your body should wick away moisture so you're not clammy and uncomfortable. (I have long underwear made of some of that sport wicking material, and I've heard that wool and silk is good for this purpose, too. Cotton may trap the moisture in the material and make it so you have something that stays wet right next to you - not very comfortable. But it's okay to use cotton as the layer over the wicking layer because then it's not right next to you.) The second layer should be some kind of insulation to keep your body heat from escaping into the cold. (Doesn't have to be cashmere. Most quilted or knit things would work. Fleece works too.) The third should be some kind of windbreaker. (It doesn't have to be an actual windbreaker. I find that wool coats work, too. Anything made of some kind of dense material would do.) And of course, keep the extremities warm with hats, scarves, gloves, and boots. Ah, so many different styles to chose from!
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
do people think those boots will be the next uggs?
Nina_79 Nina_79 8 years
CLOGS??!!! How can you wear those and still give tips about fashion and style. They are absolutely terrible. Uggs are uggly enough, but those are the worst shoes ever. And there are so many nice warm boots out there, for instance from Timberland.
partysugar partysugar 8 years
I will be using some of these tips this weekend when I go away to my vacation house in the mountains!
alillee alillee 8 years
LOVE love that coat of Kate Hudson's. It's gorgeous. I really hate those boots of Emmanuelle's though. I think you can have cute boots AND stay warm at the same time..I mean, there are tonsssss of different boots out there!
bluesmile bluesmile 8 years
i'm with you, lkandy i live in winnipeg, it's -30C, with windchill -40. trust me, looking chic is the last thing on your mind.
Ikandy Ikandy 8 years
i live in montreal, its crazy winters here...looking cute ouutside isnt an option sometimes but...luckily there are some cute styles to rock on frigid days...i like Uggs and tights with matching hat,scarf, and gloves...cozy and cute.
glam-sugar glam-sugar 8 years
I layer with cotton shirts under cashmere and wool sweaters, wear cute berets/newsboy caps and scarves. I also found some really cute suede wedge boots at Macy's that are waterproof, have insulated lining and good soles so I can actually walk without worrying about slipping. I've had to tell people they are winter boots, they thought they were my typical fashion boots. :)
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Sorry no real fur over here, tisk tisk tisk.
tshellyedwards tshellyedwards 8 years
I love her whole outfit!! Great tips on how to stay fab and chic in extremely cold places! Good 'ol Indiana is definitely starting to pile on the snow again... :(... Ugh. Send me some place warm NOW!
ooashybabeoo ooashybabeoo 8 years
I have to say that I hate 100% cashmere items. They are such a hard upkeep and pill so much! Now cashmere blend items are more reasonable!
emalove emalove 8 years
She looks great! I love a nice coat paired with a cute scarf.
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