When the weather outside is frightful, it's hard to look delightful and still stay warm. Wearing a dress in winter takes a little careful planning, but it can be done. Here are a few tips to help you pull it off successfully.
Wearing a dress in the winter is all about the tights, boots, and jacket. Don your favorite pair of black tights, and pair them with knee-high boots to cover as much of your legs as possible. Thigh-high boots are even better if you have a thick, well-lined pair. Make sure you're choosing tights that are made to withstand the elements, too. Ones with a slight raised pattern add character without changing your color scheme. As for the jacket, choose something with a bit of pizzazz, but don't skimp on warmth either. A nicely lined leather jacket in black to match your boots is a great choice.
You'll also want to choose the right dress for the task. Pick something simple and solid-colored. With your tights, boots and jacket, you already have a busy outfit, and adding a pattern to the mix is unneeded. A simple white sheath dress creates a stunning black and white ensemble. You could also go with a jewel tone, such as emerald green or sapphire red for a dressier look. Choose a fitted dress style over a more flouncy one, since less cold air will come into contact with your body when your dress fits snugly.
Wearing a dress in winter, like creating any winter outfit, is all about the layers. With tights, boots, a jacket, and some gloves and a beanie to complement your outerwear, you'll be the star of the show.
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