Fall/Winter Fashion Must-Haves Part 2
Last November, we wrote a precursor blog post to this one, where we outlined other fall/winter fashion essentials (sweaters and scarves). However, to be able to include all the season’s essentials, it would be too much for one blog, so we decided to split them into two parts. This is our second one, so if you want to catch up on the first post you can read it here: https://www.tlcsalonandspamilford.com/2018/11/fallwinter-fashion-must-haves.html
Beanies can be boiled down to two different styles – with pompoms or without, sure there are many varieties within each category, but we’re going to keep it simple. This accessory is perfect for any fall/winter occasion, not only to keep your head warm, but to add a little flair to your outfit.
With Pompoms: In contrast to beanies without pompoms, beanies with pompoms are more useful when you’re going to be out in the cold for extended periods of time. The majority of these hats are heavier and keep your head very warm – which is why they are perfect for running out of the house in the dead of the winter.
Although some of the most important pieces of a winter outfit are the top, like a sweater, but like any woman knows, shoes are the shining star of any ensemble. And nothing says a perfect winter outfit like a pair of boots.
Ankle: We’ll kick off this section with ankle boots, this style is more suited for the fall since they won’t keep you as warm. However, on those rare winter days where the weather isn’t below freezing, break out these bad boys and rock them with whatever scarf/sweater combo you choose!
Knee High: This style of boot is much more versatile during the winter, although they are still not ideal for trudging through snow, they will do you better than the ankle boots. They will keep your legs nice and warm, especially if you add some knee high socks into the mix. These boots are great with jeans, but perfect with leggings!
Combat: Combat boots are widely popular with the young adult and teen crowd, as they are versatile, not terrible if you use them to walk through the snow, and go with a lot of casual outfits (like flannels, crewnecks, and other less dressy sweaters). These boots have taken on many different forms from different brands like Doc Marten, and originate as a military boot for combat.
Winter: Our final boot is not just one style, but a slew of boots that are perfect for winter and the snowy weather. From Timberland boots to L.L. Bean’s ‘Duck Boots’ to the stereotypical snow boot, any of these shoes will do the trick to get you through the winter. These different styles will allow you to mix style with comfort and practicality when there’s a foot of snow outside.
That’s all we have for your fall/winter fashion essentials! If you have any suggestions or essentials that we missed, let us know in the comments of this blog or on the social media post it’s shared on. Thanks for reading and if you enjoyed this post, give it a share to spread our fashion essentials to even more people!