It’s quite impossible to be out in the streets for a long time, as it’s a freezing cold outside. Well, sometimes you can’t do anything about it, as you have to go to work. That’s why I decided to make this post where I am going to show you my favorite street style fashion ideas to try this Winter 2018. You gonna see ideas that gonna keep you comfy, cozy and stylish. Believe me, these tips and ideas will help you look fabulous and chic without sacrificing your style.
Get yourself a cute and sweet-looking knitted beanie. This is a perfect way to keep your head in a warm place. You can buy yourself slouchy style that can cover your ears, so you can feel warmer. My favorite one is made of cable knits, but you can wear wool ribbed styles that are both stylish and functional.
If you are planning to go through snowdrifts, then you might like try on biker boots. They are great for wearing with casual outfits. Choose either solid color ones or keep it chic and sophisticated by wearing embellished boots embellished with spikes and studs. Try them on with jeans, leather pants or maxi skirts.
Personally, I wear mines with skinny jeans, cool graphic tee, and stylish leather jacket. As you know, street style fashion is all about wearing casual and comfy clothes. I recommend keeping your look urban friendly by adding a classic denim jacket. Of course, you should wear it as one of the layering pieces.
For instance, you can throw it on your cozy sweater or wear it underneath a big coat. Speaking of coats, then I advise you to try a hobo coat. They do look fun, oversized and creative. That’s why I like them! Trust me, it will make you look super chic.
If you do have your favorite shorts, then why don’t you wear them in the winter time? All you need is to add tights or leggings underneath. For instance, try on distressed denim styles and pair them with cozy grey wool tights, military grey coat, wrap scarves and ankle-boots. Anyway, if you do want to wear clothes that will help you fight the cold weather fashionably, then keep on reading this post.