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Dressing for winter weather can sometimes be tricky, especially if you have somewhere nice to go and you want to wear a cute outfit! The key to dressing well in the wintertime is making sure you own a few key items in your winter wardrobe that will elevate any outfit. I am sharing the 5 items that every woman needs in her winter wardrobe below.
[ONE] Skinny Jeans
Skinny jeans are a year round wardrobe must have in my opinion, but you really need a good pair in the winter! Skinny jeans are a necessity because they are tailored which makes them very flattering on any figure, and they are thin enough and skinny enough at the bottom to be paired with any type of boot.
[TWO] Warm Sweater
Sweaters are an absolute staple in any winter wardrobe! It’s important to find some sweaters that are warm but are still thin enough to comfortably fit under a jacket or a sweater.
[THREE] Classic Wool Coat
A wool coat is a timeless piece that you can wear for many winters to come. Wool coats are the perfect addition to any outfit to dress it up! This is my absolute favorite wool coat- I removed the fur collar and added a fur scarf to mine instead! You can wear this coat over ANY outfit this winter and it will pull the look together perfectly.
[FOUR] Faux Fur Scarf
Faux fur is a trend we are seeing like crazy this winter, and it’s also a total winter wardrobe must have! If you aren’t yet ready for the full on faux fur coat trend, try out the faux fur scarf to add a little fur to your look. Not only are faux fur scarves beautiful and trendy, but they also keep you really warm. Throw on the scarf over a wool coat, leather jacket, suede jacket or even pair it with a sweater.
[FIVE] Over the Knee Boots
I sound like a broken record when talking about over the knee boots because I think EVERY woman needs to own a pair! They dress up any outfit and the best part is they keep your legs extra warm in the cold winter months.
Do you own all 5 of these items in your winter wardrobe?? Leave me a comment down below and let me know!
Photo Credit: Joan Fisher