Fashion tips that can maximize your style quotient this winter

Rashi Bhattacharyya
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Fashion tips that can maximize your style quotient this winter
Fashion tips that can maximize your style quotient this winter

22 Oct 2020: Fashion tips that can maximize your style quotient this winter

If you are a person who is keenly interested in fashion, you must have seen the new fall/winter looks that several international fashion brands have showcased in the past two months.

Taking inspiration from these trends, and the evergreen winter fashion sensibility, we present to you some essential fashion tips that you should definitely incorporate in your 2020 winter looks.

Let's dive deep.

Layering: Layering up keeps you warm and makes you look chic

Low temperatures during winter won't let you sport casuals (tank tops, ripped jeans, etc.), and it does demand multiple layer of clothes.

Layering up is a common winter trend that can make you look super chic.

For example, a turtleneck under a jacket or coat is always classy.

Pairing your top with pants can look great too, with the correct color combination.

Boots: Bring your boots out of storage this season

Wearing boots can make your feet stuffy. But in winter, you need to protect your feet from the harsh weather.

So if you have them, it is time to use those.

Not only do boots warm your feet, they also change the look.

Ankle-length boots look great with jeans. Thigh-high boots also allow you to wear dresses without letting your legs feel the cold.

Puff sleeves: The dramatic puff sleeves are now bigger than ever

Puff sleeves are increasingly becoming popular in fashion shows.

However, these dramatically big sleeved blouses, dresses, jackets and more are not just for runaways.

In this cold season, wear these extraordinary sleeves to protect your arms in a stylish way.

If these outfits make you look like a giant bubble, wear a belt with the dresses, and tuck the blouses in high-waist jeans.

Coats: Coats with neutral tones for a sophisticated look

Neutral tones have been fashion industry's here-to-stay trend this entire decade. This has passed onto winter coats collections too.

Pairing up your lighter toned outfits with trench coats, over coats, maxi coats of neutral colors can make you look uber-stylish and sophisticated.

Varying neutral shades like sand, camel also look nice with darker outfits, so investing in them is not a bad idea.

Beanies: Beanies are the classic combination of street and chic style

In winter, you have to cover your ears.

Wearing a beanie lets you do so while making you look stylish.

There are many ways to style with a beanie. You can pair a black one with leather jacket for a street hip look, or go the other way with a knitted neutral toned beanie.

You can also color coordinate your beanie and coat.