We all like to be fashionable, but sometimes when temperatures are below freezing and snow is coming down fast and furiously, you just want to feel comfy and cozy. Now that winter is in full swing, it’s time to break out those cozy winter clothes and bundle up — whether you’re hitting the ski slopes, strolling around the city or are just relaxing by the fire with a hot cup of cocoa.
One way to feel cozy but stylish is to bust out your inner J-Lo and keep an urban edge to your style. One easy way to do this is to spend your winter in DNGRS clothing. The brand has something for everyone, from comfy sweat pants for women to puffer coats and flat-rim hats for men. Regardless of what you decide to wear, it’s sure to be hip hop chic, yet still warm for winter. And who doesn’t love kicking around the house wearing sweats?
For venturing out, you can still look stylish while wearing warm coats and winter jackets. If you want to stay casual, opt for a puffer coat, but spice it up with some faux-fur trim and a belt to make sure you’re emphasizing your waist.
Just those two small details can really make a coat seem much more stylish and emphasizes your curves while still keeping you warm.
For everyday work wear or for more formal occasions, you can’t go wrong with a wool trench style coat. This double breasted coat by Big Star has a modern twist with slanted side pockets and a flare bottom that looks great when paired with jeans, a pencil skirt or trouser pants.
As with the puffer jacket, a belt and good tailoring accentuates your waist and looks more stylish overall.
Whether you decide to go more casual or more formal, some gloves and a nice scarf will really top off your look. Infinity scarves (scarves that are one continuous loop) are still really hot this season.
Try getting one in a lighter weight fabric so that you can wear it as an accessory all day, even without your coat. And if you want to spice up a basic black coat, opt for a scarf that has a pattern or a bright pop of color.
What are your favorite comfy winter clothes?
Winter Photo: Andreas Krappweis