The Cutest Color Combos to Wear in Winter
Some might say autumn is the better season for fashion, but actually quite a few of the same colours can be carried right through into winter itself!
Find out now the cutest colour and some of their best combos for this winter ? ⛄️ ❄️ ?
1. BABY BLUE
Since winter often calls for muted, toned-down shades, baby blue is a great choice to go with.
Be creative as you consider where baby blue can work well for you.
This might be a womens peacoat, cable knit cardigan, handbag or a cute pair of faux suede ankle boots to brighten up the rest of any outfit!
Grey is a great colour choice that can be worn in both autumn and winter since it’s not too light or too dark for these seasons.
Find a way to incorporate grey into your outfit this winter, whether it be a simple grey dress under a crisp white coat or a jacket with a handbag in a similar colour.
To contrast against everyone who’s automatically going to wear heaps of black in winter, white is a great colour to go for if you want to stand out from everyone else!
If this is too much for you, however, try opting for white stockings under your favourite winter dresses or a simple white knit beanie and scarf.
Black is an obvious colour choice for winter, as you can get away with wearing big items such as coats and it won’t appear too heavy (like it probably would if it was any other season), so feel free to get out your woolly and super warm black winter coats!
LBD’s also look great in winter, provided they’re worn with tights and boots and maybe a jacket too!
No one said winter had to strictly be about dark and heavy colours, did they?
Lighten up your outfit with lavender – a very soft pale purple.
The best ways to incorporate this colour into your winter wardrobe is through the likes of jackets, coats and blazers, although you can certainly stretch as far as skirts, stockings or handbags!
Blush is a great colour to brighten up any dark and dreary outfits this winter!
Because it’s a super light and soft pink, it’s not going to be too much or look all wrong for winter.
This is also worth trying if you generally enjoy wearing colour and brightening up outfits.
A blush coloured coat, peplum jacket, cardigan or beanie are all great ways to incorporate this colour.
If you don’t want to risk wearing bright red in the middle of winter (which can look a bit odd to some people), why not try burgundy instead?
What makes it a great option is that it’s considered a dark shade but still incorporates both red and brown.
Try using burgundy in coats, jackets, scarves, pants, boots or anywhere else you think it would look good!
Do you agree with these chosen colours for winter?