If you don’t like wearing a cap during winter, which – unfortunately – makes your hair look dull and therefore ruins your overal looks, then there is a remedy: earmuffs!
Taking command of an on-trend military tendance lace up shearling boots get the woman’s touch keeping you both comfortable and stylish. The most appealing prototype is a chocolate Natalia shearling boot presented in Ralph Lauren fall winter fashion show.
Fuzzy, warm, printed or minimalistic – we love all styles of the sweater dress. Made of wool, cotton or cashmere, this dress type is the easiest way to achieve the effortlessly chic work-to-weekend look.
Fringe boots are so hot right now! They are warm and cozy, and they also add a little fun and boho-flair to your Winter 2014 outfits. The A-list are indulging in some fringe benefits – from Reese Witherspoon to Kate Hudson, they are rocking fringed dresses, tasselled boots and wild west bags.
There’s no time like the present to slip into a new pair of boots. With our Fall and Winter boot shopping guide, the latest styles featuring ankle booties, thigh high boots, buckle boots and equestrian-style boots are sure to kick your cold-weather style into high gear.
Whether on the slopes or in the city, how would you incorporate Winter’s most prominent plush trend without committing to whole furs? The cozy (faux) fur accessories are the answear! Follow the runway report and cap off your wild winter looks with a great dose of style.
Cheryl Cole rocks the February 2010 Q Magazine cover with her rock ‘n’ roll heroine style. To achieve a dark yet sexy rocker chick look for a New Year’s Eve party choose an all-over high-shine studded detail dress and leather leggings.