3 Ways to Wear a Skirt in the Winter

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wear a skirt in the winter, how to wear summer skirt in the winter, transition your summer clothes to winter, skirt and boots, leather and suede boots, blue bodycon skirt, brown leather jacket outfit, wearing brown and black together, winter skirt outfit, jewels with style, black fashion blogger

wear a skirt in the winter, how to wear summer skirt in the winter, transition your summer clothes to winter, skirt and boots, leather and suede boots, blue bodycon skirt, brown leather jacket outfit, wearing brown and black together, winter skirt outfit, jewels with style, black fashion blogger

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“I have nothing to wear” is probably the most popular phrase quoted by women while getting dressed everyday. Although it’s common to feel like you’ve run out of outfit options when you look in your closet, setting aside certain items for certain times of the year is the best way to drastically reduce the size of your wardrobe.

  Typically, skirts are saved for summertime when the sun is shining and you can pair them with a tank top and sandals, but I’m a firm believer in getting the most out of each and every piece of clothing. I have also fell into the trap of “summer clothes” and “winter clothes” and although some pieces are exclusively for certain seasons, you may be surprised how many items of clothing can transition from June to January.

One of the most versatile items that can transition through summer and winter is a skirt. I
 know its freezing in many places and the popular choice for cold temperatures is pants but every once in a while even when it’s cold I miss wearing something a little more girly. Whether it’s an event that requires a more formal attire or just the need to change up the routine of wearing pants everyday, it’s more than possible to wear a skirt in the winter without freezing to death.
So, if your legs have gotten tired of being cooped up in pants all winter like mine, here are 3 ways to “winterize” your summer skirts.


1. Add knee boots- I would normally only wear this blue mini in the summer, but with the right winter pieces added to it, it made wearing a skirt in January totally doable. For even more leg coverage, try my favorite winter trend, over the knee boots (seen here).

2. Add a big chunky sweater- With the resurrection of the chunky knits and oversized sweaters; this is the perfect addition to warm up a skirt normally reserved for spring and summer.


3. Add tights or stockings- The ultimate warming tip, tights are perfect to wear under any skirt to block out the cold. With the different variations in colors and patterns, this is a great way to not only make your look winter friendly but also to add some color and style.

These 3 tips go well for skirt and even shorts that you may want to pull off in the winter. Remember, the key to transitioning summer pieces into winter is layering and adding winter items like coats and boots to keep you warm. Also, if you like the mix of brown and black in this outfit and want to try a similar look check out the post here for more black and brown mixing tips.


Comments

  1. Love this coat you added to this outfit. Good tips for summer skirts- Kelly

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  2. Great tips! Love the way you styled the skirt!

    Cheers, Joanne
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