How to Stay Warm This Winter

We’re in the thick of it now! Without a doubt, winter is in full swing. We know the drill: bundle up and stay warm. Can you do that without sacrificing your personal style? Of course you can! Read on, fashionista, and discover our tips to take on the cold in style!

Tips for Staying Warm This Winter

When you’re gearing up for winter, one essential item stands above the rest: you need a good coat. Whether you’re going to a football game, camping, hitting the ski slopes, or just getting fresh air, a coat is your most basic protection from the cold. Women’s outerwear and men’s outerwear come in many styles and colors to fit your unique look while protecting you from the harsh cold. You can find long women’s coats to keep your legs warm, plus-size women’s coats to fit every body, and more. You can even get a 3-in-1 jacket that zips apart so you’re prepared for any temperature with just one jacket! If you’re looking for a go-to brand, women’s Columbia outerwear comes in every style you need to complete your winter look.

Don’t forget these often-overlooked winter pieces: cold-weather accessories. From your head to your toes, adding accessories to your winter look keeps your whole body warm and comfortable. Starting at the top, you need to protect your head. The North Face hats, Under Armour hats, PUMA hats and Carhartt hats are known for providing ultimate warmth on the coldest days. Next, whether you’re building a snowman or driving to work, protect your hands from frostbite with The North Face gloves. Finally, keep your toes cozy and warm with Birkenstock socks.

Feet wearing cozy socks and slippers in front of a fireplace.

Decided to stay in and keep away from the cold altogether? Good choice! You can still stay stylish and cozy without stepping foot out the front door. Women’s pajamas come in so many fun prints and patterns, you’ll be tempted to wear them outside! Add to the comfort with oh-so-cozy women’s UGG slippers and women’s MUK LUKS slippers.

Layered Looks for Winter

When you’re putting together your winter outfits, you might be wondering how warm to dress. Will you be cold in the car, but warm when you get there? What if you get too warm doing your favorite winter activities? Don’t worry, we’ve got your guide to layering!

When building your outfit, you want three layers: a base layer, a mid layer, and an outer layer. Your base layer could be a long-sleeved tee and tights or leggings. A mid layer could be a sweater and long skirt, or a dress. Your outer later is a matching jacket and gloves, or whatever else you need to combat the cold.

If you’re going to be running, hiking, or being active outside, you don’t want to sweat too much, as that will make you colder. When you’re going to be working up a sweat, avoid cotton and instead dress in polyester, wool, or other fabrics that will wick moisture away from your body.

A man and women in warm winter clothing sledding on a snowy day.

Cold-Weather Looks

A blonde woman wearing a knit poncho and leggings.

You’ve got your basics down, but what are the winter trends this year? Luckily, layered comfort is still the hottest style! Women’s tunic tops or women’s dresses with cozy Skechers leggings is the ultimate in effortless style. Women’s poncho sweaters keep you warm on the coldest days and look so elegant and chic. When you’re working out, running errands, or just lounging at home, women’s PUMA clothing comes in styles for your every need. Find your favorite winter trends in the colors of the season, from neutral greys to bold reds, deep greens and blue hues.

How are you combatting the cold? Let us know in the comments and tag us on Facebook and Instagram! to show off your cold-weather style!

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