Don’t replace the classic winter hat – There are enterprising hat makers that can commit a terrible fashion crime of creating novelty hats that look atrocious. The major priority when getting a winter hat is functionality. You’re wearing one primarily for protecting your head from extreme cold and not to make your head a showcase for silly-looking headpieces. Stick to classic winter hats like fedoras, ski caps, bowlers, and newsboy hats.
Leather up – Battling the elements like snow can be best done by wearing clothes with synthetic fibers. And wearing a leather jacket is a no-brainer. What’s great about leather is it has the 2 essential Fs: fashionable and functional. If your budget allows you to purchase only one or two leather jackets, choose black for its color so it can be paired with anything you wear inside.
Wear your vest – During winter, you can wear your best by wearing your vest. These sleeveless pieces not only add extra protection against the cold, but can also be an excellent additional fashion piece to your overall getup.
Wear a scarf – A scarf is another piece that can both protect you from the cold as well as provide a good accent to your attire. The neck is one of the foremost areas in our body that releases heat. Containing that heat with a scarf can help keep your body warmer. Of course, you have to learn how to tie your scarf properly.
Boots to boot – Your getup for your trek in winter wonderland won’t be complete without a pair of boots. Don’t make the mistake of wearing those UGG boots, lest you elicit second long but awkward glances. There are plenty of pairs out there that can make you look all dressed up and with somewhere to go.