Any ideas for females dressing warm and cute in the winter? I always feel so fr

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  1. danielleantosz profile image71
    danielleantoszposted 7 years ago

    Any ideas for females dressing warm and cute in the winter?  I always feel so frumpy!

    I have a cute coat and boots, but can never find cute outfits that are also warm!

  2. mitowrite profile image72
    mitowriteposted 7 years ago

    Accessorize with belts around your waist over your coats. Boots will definitely work with practically any outfit.

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    The Fastionistaposted 7 years ago

    I think I'm literally allergic to the cold, so I know the need to be warm (yet stylish!). My best tips for this are:
    -Dress in layers: A V-neck top under a V-neck sweater can keep you warm, but because of the neckline I never feel like I'm losing my femininity to a bulky cover-all sweater. Layers work on the bottom too- Heavy tights or thin leggings under a sweater dress (or even dress shorts) can add warmth without being too bulky.
    -Choose heavier materials, but form-fitting cuts: A tweed blazer can keep the chill away, and if it's darted/tailored to your figure it won't feel like you're trapped in a big tweed box. Again, same with bottoms: if you're comfortable in a mini or an A-line skirt, go with a heavy cotton; you'll stay toasty, but keep cute at the same time.
    -Convert outerwear to indoor attire: A shorter, lined trench coat belted at the waist adds uber warmth if you use it in place of an outfit's completer piece (blazer, cardigan, etc.), and doing this also gives a fun alternative to the normal completer pieces. There are some vests out there lined with faux shearling that can be converted to indoor wear, too.
    -Embrace your accessories: Hats, scarves, gloves - these should be opportunities in your wardrobe for some fun! A sexy fedora, faux leather driving gloves, and a patterned fashion scarf (or snood: kind of a scarf that just circles around on itself) will do the job of keeping you warm just as well as a knit cap, mittens, and a wool scarf.
    I hope this helps! Good luck!

  4. Tips Thoughts profile image59
    Tips Thoughtsposted 7 years ago

    Find a killer pair of boots. They don't have to be thigh highs or stiletto's; just something that you feel comfortable in and that you enjoy wearing.   Pair it up with a pair of comfy jeans, and layered look on top, with a cute neck scarf. 
    Confidence is also an attractive accessory.  Feel good about yourself and that will put a glow on your face that everyone notices.

  5. lovetosharethis profile image60
    lovetosharethisposted 6 years ago

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