5 Night Time Looks to Withstand Cold Winter Evenings
Depending on where you live, the nights are getting unbearably chilly. Yet, we still want to live our best lives and go out on the town. And to do this we would like to look somewhat presentable – better yet, like a stunning fashionista. This can be a challenge when harsh winds and frigid nights make their appearance. But it’s actually not that hard to find some looks that won't leave you frozen.
So, what do you wear for a night out with friends or a date-night with your partner when the weather report is estimating -10 degrees celsius and snow up to your knees? As much as we would like to wear our snowsuit to the club, we opt for a stylish turtleneck and leather trousers – you’ll turn heads at the bar. We’ve got some sleek and elegant ensembles that feel fun and won’t have you freezing any body parts off!
Forward to 5 winter nighttime looks to slay (but not on a sleigh) this season.
Leather, pleather weather
Luckily, edgy and all things leather is in this season. The leather options are absolutely endless; from trousers to shirts, a head-to-toe leather style will be easy to find. So, double up on leather for your next night out and try wearing an oversized biker jacket with a sleek pencil skirt for the ultimate cool factor.
The texture game
I know you want to just wear your favorite chunky knitwear and now you CAN! It would look so chic styled with some embossed trousers. Playing with a heavy knit and sleek trousers really gives an unexpected textured element to your look.
Mink it up
A fur coat offers endless styling options and needs to be your go-to for these colder months. Be warm and extremely stylish by pairing a fluffy fur coat (or faux, as long as it's fluffy and warm) with a skinny jean and knee-high boots. Just mink about it.
Done and dusted
The easiest outfit ever, a jumpsuit. In winter, especially, a jumpsuit is the most convenient clothing item ever. No spending copious amounts of time thinking about what to wear and what goes with what. A full-length long sleeved version will keep all necessary body parts covered and all you have to worry about are your accessories. Done!
Blouse it out
Time to make a statement with a lively blouse. Big, puffy 80s style statement blouses are so on trend and add dimension and volume to any look. Our suggestion, combine your exaggerated sleeve blouse with your favorite pair of high-waisted jeans.
If there’s one thing you can't really go wrong with in winter, it’s a sweater dress. It is so versatile and the combinations are endless. Style this combination with some knee high boots for your next evening out and you’ve got a combo set for life. It’s traditional with a twist and never goes out of style.
Playing with floral designs during winter is a fun and unexpected twist. While this is a necessary and obvious choice for spring/summer, it can look so sleek with the right accessories. An embellished outwear piece keeps it weather appropriate and adds a cool contrast. Devil wear Prada joke: Florals in Winter; Groundbreaking
I can guarantee that one of these combos will keep you feeling warm and fashionable all night long. However, when in doubt, grab your simple turtleneck and leather trousers (I know you’ve got a pair somewhere) and you’re good to go.