As the cold weather really settles in, it’s time to reassess your wardrobe to ensure the winter chills don’t get the better of you this season. Pack away your sundresses and bikinis and make room for some new winter essentials that will ensure your sartorial transition into the cooler months is an easy one.
the oversized knit
The ultimate staple piece this winter is definitely the oversized rollneck knit. Opt for milky soft textures for maximum cuddly comfort and wear back with everything you already own, from jeans to skirts and even this season’s flared pant for a subtle nod to the 70’s trend.
the updated boot
Forget multiple buckles, cut outs and excessive hardware, this season the boot has been given the ultimate make-under and has come out with a more classic and timeless finish. When choosing your new boot, don’t compromise on quality – leather is always best. Make sure the fit is just right to ensure all day long comfort.
the winter warmer
Some of your winter ensembles probably don’t work so well with a heavy winter coat, but the chilly winter air still means an extra layer for warmth is needed. This is when a serape, wrap or poncho comes along and saves the day. Designed to be thrown over the shoulders and wrapped around your upper body, a snuggly wrap can also be worn bunched up as an oversized scarf.
The beanie is the perfect add on to just about any winter look and this season we’re going for something a little more playful. Aside from obviously keeping you just that little bit warmer, a fun beanie is a great way to defy the doom and gloom of winter and bring some personality to your outfit!
MISS SHOP Beanie available in selected stores
the staple coat
Trends may come and go, but a slick black coat will be a perennial item in your winter wardrobe. Unfussy silhouettes and practical styles should be considerations when investing in a statement piece like this and ensuring the right fit is paramount for any winter coat – don’t forget to allow for the layers you’ll be wearing underneath!
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