Feb 17, 2015
How to wear skirts and dresses in winter
Cover your tushSource: Canadian Living Credits: Canadian Living
Long trenches and peacoats are great for the winter. Go for jackets that extend to mid-thigh or even to the knee. This will add an extra layer of warmth to exposed legs and keep your lower body protected from the wind. Snood,$20, canada.roots.com. Coat, $129, zara.com. Dress, $50, hm.com. Bag, $30, hm.com. Booties, $50, lechateau.com.
Cozy up with warm fabricsSource: Canadian Living Credits: Canadian Living
Wool sweaters and fleece scarves are cozy in the winter—skirts and dresses made with these fabrics will have the same effect. Not only are they warm, but they’re easy to find during the fall and winter months. Top, $19, forever21.com. Bracelet, $50, bananarepublic.ca. Necklace, $62, bananarepublic.ca. Heels, $90, aldoshoes.com. Skirt, $70, hm.com. Tights, $6, walmart.ca.
Go for lengthSource: Canadian Living Credits: Canadian Living
More skirt = more coverage. Opt for structured styles; anything flowy could cause a mishap in whirling winds. Seven ways to brighten your winter wardrobe. Earrings, $39, stelladot.com. Clutch, $50, thebay.com. Skirt, $39, thebay.com. Top, $50, zara.com. Heels, $80, lechateau.com. Ring, $32, bananarepublic.ca.