If you aren’t the jeans and t-shirt kind of girl and wouldn’t be caught dead in a tracksuit off the track, then this is for you! After all, the cold winter weather is no reason to compromise on your style.
Winter dresses are definitely a thing and these styles prove that there are options for absolutely everyone.
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The tunic is a fan favourite throughout the year – with flattering shapes and a large selection of colours and styles, getting one for every day of the week is not a mistake. We also love that tunics can work in any season, summer or winter.
The jersey dress
Why stop at a winter jersey? Turn your jersey into a whole outfit with a warm knitted jersey dress. Sure they can be a little figure hugging, but imagine how warm you’ll be in a turtle-neck that goes all the way down to your knees.
The skater dress
Figure skaters aren’t the only people who can rock a fit and flare dress. Skater dresses and warm tights or stockings are a great winter combo. With varying lengths and awesome styles from casual to formal, you’ll be gliding into winter in style.
The shift dress
If Jackie O is your fashion icon you definitely can’t go wrong with a shift dress. The shift dress may be on the formal side, but with the right accessories, it can be anything you want it to be! The flattering shape leaves room for loads of layering, all held together in an elegant and stylish shape.
There is a lot to say about Kim Kardashian, including the undeniable fact that she is a trendsetter. A body con dress is typical Kim, and if you can pull it off through the year more power to you. Throw on a jacket and you’ll be warm and toasty..
Fitted silhouettes are a great way to look sexy in winter without also freezing your bare legs, back or midriff off.
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