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Here are 35 winter outfits that you need to have in your wardrobe. Look and feel your best in the cold weather by owning one of these pieces by Laura at My Beautiful Mess #winterfashion #winteroutfits #fashion

Orange hat, boots and scarf on a blue coat

All these are essential clothing for all occasions 

Winter outfits are essential clothing styles that are very versatile and equally very similar each and every year when the cold season comes around.

It is perfectly possible to stay warm in winter while maintaining a fashion statement that has been built throughout the previous seasons that lead up to it.

Winter is generally a very versatile time of year when it comes to clothing styles and trends. There are several types of clothing that could be regarded as winter essentials, as well as those that are winter classics.

Knowing these festive clothing styles can be very beneficial when it comes to staying warm and fashionable this wintertime.


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Winter Coats

Beige winter coat in lights beside it

Coats are a winter wardrobe essential. When the winter chill comes around, it is only natural to turn to extra layers as a means of keeping warm.

Coats can come in a variety of styles, lengths, fabrics and materials, all of which are beneficial in their own ways. Opt for thicker, longer coats in winter that button up but that also allow the wearer to look fashionable. Select a colour scheme that can match with accessories and other clothing such as hats, gloves and scarves as well as pants, jeans and dresses.

Faux fur coats are a classic example of a style that doesn’t go out of fashion.

Here are 7 winter coats that that can give you a range of different winter looks.

7 Winter Coats

These winter coats are great no matter your height. We cover anything from long to hooded to classy coats. Owning one of these is essential in the Winter months.


Winter Boots

Black heeled boots

Boots are another essential clothing item that should not be overlooked.

While previous seasons may have allowed for versatility footwear and the ability to wear heels, winter offers no such treatment.

Boots are essential to combating the icy weather as well as fitting in with winter fashion trends. For regular leggings or tights, ankle length boots are fashionable whereas for men, ankle or calf length boots are also fashionable. Opt for boots that have good grip and that match the winter trends.

Here are 7 winter boots that can go with mostly anything!

Winter Boots

These winter boots are perfect for not just the cold days but the wet ones too. They will last you through the whole season.

Cardigans, jumpers and sweaters

Cardigans, jumpers and sweaters are a winter classic. The 1990’s saw the rise of such thick, wool jumpers and cardigans one winter’s eve that saw the trend become an instant, festive classic. These specific items come in a variety of different colours. Black jumpers, cardigans and sweaters are generally paired with white patterns such as snowflakes whereas cream jumpers, cardigans and sweaters are generally paired with a more versatile range of colours and patterns such as greens and red and patterns such as Santa Claus, snowman and reindeer shapes.


Scarves and hats

Stripy scarf on a yellow background

Scarves, hats and gloves are another winter classic that seem to never go out of fashion. While the colder months of spring and the occasional cool days in summer and fall see a more modern and fashionable accessory range, when winter comes around, the classics come to town.

Much like with the aforementioned knitwear, a similar pattern and colour trend is common. Multicoloured and patterned scarves, hats and gloves can be seen every winter time. More people seem to opt for brighter accessory styles such as vibrant reds and deep blue’s to match the winter season, whereas with some more basic and professional-looking outfits, whites, greys and blacks are prominently seen.


Midi skirt and midi dress

Five women dressed in skirts

Midi skirts and dresses have been a stable to the UK winter outfit since the 1970s.

The good thing about a dress and a skirt is that whatever your shape there will be one for you.

If you like leggings then why not go for a shorter skirt with a leather pair underneath?

A longer skirt matches great with tan boots and a midi dress can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.

Knowing the winter wardrobe essentials can be a necessity when it comes to maintain optimal fashion sense throughout the colder months while still opting to keep warm. However, knowing the winter wardrobe classics can also be a great way to get into the festive, winter spirit again while not sacrificing fashion and warmth.


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While some trends come and go when the seasons change, winter is generally very versatile as both the essentials and the classics seem to sparingly change and seem to apply each and every year. Be sure to keep both warm and fashionable this holiday season with the winter wardrobe essentials and classics.


Laura x

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