ugg boots womens sale Cute looks for cold weather
It January in Canada that magical time of year when we all turn into walking parkas. Style tends to take a major dive this time of year; understandable, when it all you can do to ward off frostbite.”Make sure you got a cute hat, and a cute pair of boots, and from there, layer,” stylist Talia Brown told me over a hot cup of coffee in Toronto Yorkville, while a 35 C wind roared relentlessly outside. Desperately cold times, of course, call for desperate measures. “Sometimes, and I hate to admit this you need to let fashion go.”But we not letting Ol Man Winter rob us of our fashion sense yet not with these essential cold weather items on our side.COZY SWEATERA massive sweater may be too good to resist in the long winter months keep the rest of your outfit super streamlined. “I think the way to do it is with a really skinny jean,
so you can tell you have a lower body,” Brown says. Bonus: The slimmer they are at the ankle, the easier they are to tuck into a pair of winter boots.THICK TIGHTSEvery Canadian knows the value of good quality socks, but with a skirt or dress, they may not be the most stylish option. Thick tights are necessary to ward off wind chill. Try: Fleece lined tights. They may be pricey, but they last.TOASTY BOOTS”We all want to wear Sorels and Uggs they just not that chic,” Brown says. While their toastiness might be too much to resist, Brown suggests finding a wet proof alternative. Our pick: Comfy cool boots lined with toasty faux fur.OUTER LAYER”There are days when you just want to wear that puffy coat,” Brown says. “Try to get one that ties in at the waist, so you can still tell you have some shape.” Ribbing around the cuffs and collar helps keep the cold air out of your coat. Brown favourite trick involves a large, square scarf: Fold it into a triangle,
then put the point of the triangle at the front of your neck and wrap the ends around back and forward again.