Endless Outfit Ideas
Dressing for colder days need not be depressing. At this time of year layering is essential, not only for warmth, but for style! Don’t be afraid of clashing colors and textures. When it comes to winter outfits, you can mix sassy faux fur, dramatic florals, plaids and velvets. Many trends can play a part this winter. See below for cold weather outfit inspiration.
Pieces with built-in waist definition keep layered looks sleek. Try the cropped pullover sweater by Quinn, ($218) paired with a Lyssé white shirt ($108) and Lyssé black legging ($88.) By mixing textures and tones you create interest.
The perfect coat can elevate an outfit instantly. This suede high-low coat with button trimming and side zip pocket is a classic hero piece and will complement everything you wear. Coat by Samuel Dong ($218) Sondra Roberts burgundy clutch (98)
Work to Weekend
Not thinking about clothes by occasion allows you see them in new ways. You don't have to categorize your attire by work or weekend. Sporty add-ons can take a Saturday night dress to a casual Sunday brunch. By just adding a casual jacket or cinching the waist of a long shirt you a more tailored look for work.
We paired this grey jacquard Teri Jon dress with Liverpool textured stripe leggings perfect for work or the weekend. Teri Jon dress ($468) Liverpool legging ($79)
The Add on
Little tweaks will change your vibe and add a whole new look to your ensemble. We just love this abstract wave print dress by Nicole Miller Artelier, ($348). Pairing it with this grey coat with faux fur collar by Ravel, takes it to a whole new dimension, ($148).
Mixing different textures and patterns is a fabulous way to create more variety in your outfits, giving your outfit an interesting depth. One of our favorite pieces this fall is this classic tweed woven metallic-thread fringe hem dress by Sail to Sable ($248) We paired it with this wool Scotland Patterned coat by Samuel Dong ($228).
styling & photos by Suzanne Mauro
a special thank you to fashion student Liz Sterrett for being part of our shoot