Sun-deprived marshmallow is our current winter mood. We’re on the downhill of what feels like an everlasting winter. There’s no sun in sight, and neither is the motivation to put on a cute outfit. This happens every winter season—we get caught in this cycle, so we’re sharing 25 winter outfits that will help you out of the “winter outfit rut.” These outfits are anything but ordinary and will help you push forward until spring.
Re-work Old Pieces With Statement Accessories
It’s amazing what a few statement accessories can do to a basic outfit. Statement earrings, sunglasses, and barrettes are a must when it comes to re-working a basic winter look. If you’re feeling out of the ordinary, textured scarves and gloves elevate a look.
Revamp Your Closet
The winter rut hits the hardest when your closet is a mess. Take a day to sit down and go through every piece in your wardrobe. Although it’s time consuming, let’s be honest, we’re not leaving the house anyway in these cold temps. It’s amazing what you’ll find in your closet and this allows you to throw away a few old items. After a wardrobe revamp, it’s easy for you to create new looks you would never have thought of before.
Are you tired of winter clothing entirely? It’s time to blend your seasons. Winter staples mesh well with spring/summer pieces. Our favorite is pairing a flowing dress with a statement coat or sweater. You’d be surprised how many outfits you can create when you don’t get stuck in the confines of seasons.
Black, navy, and gray ruling wintertime is overrated so we’re kicking those to the curb and bringing back color. The main reason why people get into a dressing rut during winter is they are only sticking to neutrals. It’s time to shake things up and give color-blocking a try. You can gradually start with neutrals and work your way up to bright/neon colors.
Follow the Trends
Feeling uninspired? Turn to the trends. This winter 2020 capes, suiting, posh punk, feathers, neon, and so much more are running the streets. Find pieces in your closet that fit into these categories and create a look! Wearing a trend-forward look helps you feel more put together.
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