5 Winter Outfits you'll wear on repeat

Written by May Doherty, Owner

Getting dressed in winter does not come without its challenges. Not only do the subzero temperatures unceremoniously eliminate half of your wardrobe, but your outfits are also no longer just a vehicle for self-expression and creativity- they must be practical, weather-appropriate, and most importantly, warm. Trust us, we get it. But we wouldn't let a little snow and wind put a damper on your mood, especially when it comes to choosing an outfit. No seasonal slumps here!


While you may want to bundle up in a full-on snowsuit à la A Christmas Story, there are other ways you can look cute without getting frostbite. And while it will be mostly cold the next few months here in New England, we will likely get a few warmer-than-normal days thrown in by Mother Nature too. Here are 5 minimal effort winter outfits that we think you’ll wear on repeat.


1. Puffer coat + Belt Bag and High-waist leggings


The puffer coat (or jacket) may very well be the most popular winter outerwear style and most of us own one; for good reason: they are super warm. High-waist leggings are a fresh alternative to jeans and you can find them fleece-lined for added warmth. For a fresh look, strap that bum/belt bag across your chest for a hip street-style look

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2. Sweater Dress + Knee high boots + Wrap-style coat

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Sweater Dress + Knee high boots + Wrap-style coat

Getting dressed in winter does not come without its challenges. Not only do the subzero temperatures unceremoniously eliminate half of your wardrobe, but your outfits are also no longer just a vehicle for self-expression and creativity- they must be practical, weather-appropriate, and most importantly, warm. Trust us, we get it. But we wouldn't let a little snow and wind put a damper on your mood, especially when it comes to choosing an outfit. No seasonal slumps here!


While you may want to bundle up in a full-on snowsuit à la A Christmas Story, there are other ways you can look cute without getting frostbite. And while it will be mostly cold the next few months here in New England, we will likely get a few warmer-than-normal days thrown in by Mother Nature too. Here are 5 minimal effort winter outfits that we think you’ll wear on repeat.


3. Teddy Coat + Turtleneck + Leather trousers


The puffer coat (or jacket) may very well be the most popular winter outerwear style and most of us own one; for good reason: they are super warm. High-waist leggings are a fresh alternative to jeans and you can find them fleece-lined for added warmth. For a fresh look, strap that bum/belt bag across your chest for a hip street-style look

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4. Belted sweater + Turtleneck + Denim


Instead of throwing on a boxy, oversize sweater, consider adding a belt to your sweater to give your look some shape and define your waist. You can do this with a pullover but it looks especially good over a longer length cardigan style sweater. Regardless of style, the sweater can be solid or print, fine knit or chunky. The denim choice is yours; this look works well with skinny jeans, wider leg jeans, high waist jeans and trouser-style jeans. Add a layer of warmth with a turtleneck and don’t forget the warm socks!


5. Ponchos & Capes

Easy to wear and statement-making, consider ponchos and capes as alternatives to puffer jackets and wool coats. They can be styled as dressy and causal and look especially great with tall boots.

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