By Lori Bowes
So chances are, you’ve noticed that it’s cold as heck outside in Indiana, and it’s only going to get worse. You know what that means: hats and scarves and puffy coats and looking like a swaddled baby. Fear not though; this doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your personal style, even if it is negative twenty degrees outside. Below are three looks to stay stylish, but also oh-so-warm, throughout the coldest of months in winter.
- The Parka
This look features a fuzzy and warm light blue parka and a two-toned sweater. Pair it with a pair of black jeans, maybe even add tights underneath if it’s really chilly, and a pair of boots and socks to seal in the warmth. Throw on some fuzzy earmuffs and some gloves, and you’re ready to face the world!
- The Peacoat
For this look, the peacoat is a classic style, but adding a subtle print like plaid really elevates the whole outfit. Paired with dark jeans and a black turtleneck, the outfit stays casual, but still put together. Lastly, with tall, over-the-knee boots for extra warmth on the legs, and matching gloves and a hat, you’re covered for any cold climate.
- The Puffer
This last look is for when it gets so cold, it feels like moving any part of your body is impossible. This puffer, while keeping you comfortable and warm, has a cinched waist, so you don’t look like a human marshmallow walking through the snow. With a burgundy sweater and jeans (let’s face it, who’s wearing anything but jeans at this temperature), you’re well equipped with layers. The booties dress it up a bit, but the low heel makes sure you don’t face plant in the parking lot. With a fuzzy scarf and your favorite pair of gloves, nothing can stand in your way.