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Winter Wardrobe

January 9, 2018

Layers

Layers layers and more layers are key for winter style. Winters in Michigan are too cold to wear your summer picks, so simply snatching a summer dress then pairing it with soft leggings underneath and a thick cardigan will do the trick. Another option is matching a dress with an over sized sweater.

Best place to buy: Free People

Price: $40

Maxi dress

Boots and long dresses travel back before the 20th century and are still in style. These Dr. Martins are perfect for just that trend. They are great for trudging through snow while looking good. The longer dress is also a need for the winter particularly because it will cover pale legs and will replace the need for tights underneath.

Best place to buy: (boots) Journeys

Price: $90

Best place to buy: (dress) Free People

Price: $80

Beanie

The beanies are back. The temps are dropping and so is the motivation to actually do your hair. Throwing on a beanie just before you head out the door fixes the problem. Its snug on your head so it will keep you warm and cozy during the depths of winter. It also makes a fashion statement because it doesn’t draw too much attention but its just enough to be noticed.

Best place to buy:

Stripped pants

The classic Brandy Melville striped pants are a need for the christmas list. They go with any top and are loose enough to be comfortable yet compliant any body type.

Best place to buy: Brandy Melville

Price: $25

Velcro vans

Velcro old school vans are perfect for expressing your inner old soul. They are easy to slip on and off and go with any outfit, whether its a dress, jeans, leggings, you name it and they will go with it. They also have a variety of colors for your choosing.

Best place to buy: Urban Outfitters

Price: $60

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