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When the temperature drops, it becomes easier than ever to show off your sartorial flair with countless more layers and an abundance of practical but chic accessories at your fingertips.
Hats shopping, I know, can cause anxiety. When worn correctly, a hat will elevate the most basic look to instant it-girl status, however at other times, it can just as swiftly mark you out as trying too hard. If in doubt, simplify the outfit and top with one of these super cute options below:
Faux Fur and Shearling
While the trend for faux fur and shearling has been a mainstay in recent winters, none more so than now, with coats, scarves and even bags all receiving a woolly makeover. Finish your cosy look with a pair of the boots below for a style that commands all eyes on you.
Thigh High Boots
Continuing the 70s trend, the flattering cut of a thigh high boot means the style is as popular as ever. Giving the illusion of longer and slimmer legs, thigh-high boots can be worn with almost anything, from skinny jeans to mini skirts. Personally, I like the way Olivia Palermo styles her’s with an a-line skirt, for a waist-to-toe covered look that’s perfect for the colder weather.
& Long Line Coats
Raf Simons for Dior had a hand in the resurgence of the Edwardian style, long-line coats that are everywhere this winter. Lengthening and slimming the body, these coats are perfect for layering and an ideal complement to a day or night look. I have my eye on one or two of these for my winter wardrobe!