Hey loves! It’s the middle of January and boy has it been cold in Alabama with temps as low as 11 degrees. I can tell you now that Alabama has some tricky weather, one minute its 11 degrees then next we have a high of 65 degrees. I’m all for the higher temps but I make sure I’m bundled up when the temps drop low. I can’t wait spring to get here already, but until I’ll have to get used to it. With the weather being so cold I have to make sure I stay bundled up so this is a dedication blog to the weather. Brrrrr. Of course, when it comes to fashion we want to look good, even in the cold weather but there are a few ways to get creative.
Accessories- Scarves, Beanies, Hats, Gloves are a great way to accent casual look to give it a nice touch. They all come in a variety of styles and colors and you’ll be sure to stay warm with any of all of them.
Leggings/ Tights- As ya’ll know, women love wearing tights. It’s literally the go-to bottom for every outfit whether you want to just thrown on a pair or make a cute outfit with them. They are super comfortable and also come in a variety of colors and textures. I’ve seen some pretty dope outfits with colored tights that could inspire a potential blog look that I’d like to try, so stay tuned for that.
Boots- Need I say more? You could literally have the boot you’re looking to purchase in your closet but still decide to buy even more. Boots are a perfect way to keep those legs looking good and staying warm. Boots are honestly the only thing I love about winter. I have quite a few pair but I always buy more each year. Crazy right? What can I say, I love to shop. And speaking about shopping, I’m waiting on a package from ASOS as we speak that was supposed to had been here Thursday but due to this crazy snow we had this past week it was delayed. *giving side eyes
Coats- Whether it be Denim, Wool, Fleece, or Fur, we all need a warm coat for this crazy cold weather. I don’t buy coats too often due to them taking so much space in my closet and they can also get a bit expensive. My suggestion would be to find something that matches your preference suring the cooler seasons and if you are on a budget, visit your local Thrift Store or Salvation Army for a coat thats one of a kind. There you will find a variety of colors, lengths, and sizes to fit your need or you could just make your own! I made the coat shown in this blog from a blanket I had purchased from Walmart for under $10. I stay warm and toasty in this coat on some of the coldest nights.