Cold winter weather is a challenge for work style. This post shows three outfit ideas how to bundle up in chic layers for comfort and still look effortlessly stylish.
- Stylish November outfits with multiple layers for frigid weather
- Pattern mix diamonds with glen check winter work outfit
- Winter office look with sheath
- Casual posh layering
- 184th Top of the World Style linkup party
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Stylish work outfits with multiple layers for frigid weather
There is this weather that I call “Winter in Germany”, i.e. high relative humidity, windy and temperatures just below the freezing point. Gray sky, deep hanging clouds. Depressing. Creepy. It gets to the bones.
If I had the choice between weather like that and 20 below (-28.9C), low relative humidity with clear blues skies, I would chose the latter over the former any time. Sounds weird for everyone who hadn’t been in the latter weather – yet or who is a beach gal. I know, I know. However, when it’s frigid cold you can at least layer to feel comfortable, while you can’t get comfortable in the “Winter in Germany” weather. Learn more about how to layer for style and comfort.
Pattern mix diamonds with glen check winter work outfit
Midi skirt, tights, over-the-knee boots, sweater at the office and an old diamond leopard print jacket as outerwear to stay comfortable. Can you believe I have this jacket since I was a teenager?
Winter office look with sheath
I have a knack for sheath dresses. They are easy to style up and down depending on whether I meet with students, the Dean or Director, or have a meeting or to give a talk. They are very, very versatile, nearly chameleons in the closet. Do I have to say also that they are a classic that never goes out of style? It’s just important to not look like a leftover statist from the Mad Man TV series. The same outfit idea just in another color gives you already a new office look – like one dress two ways. You can find more ideas how to wear your fav sheath in different ways in the guide at the link.Every woman should own at least one sheath dress. #agelessstyle Click To Tweet
Casual posh layering
Casual Friday doesn’t just mean jeans and T-shirt. Take a look of what weekend clothes you have in your closet and combine them for new looks for Friday at work.
Style tip: When layering make sure to accentuate your waist to not look frumpy.
You can find more on chic layering for thermal comfort and style in the guide at the link.
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