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Winter is here, which means colder weather and tons of layers. But just because it gets a bit chilly doesn’t mean that you can’t still wear some of your summer and fall favorites. Wearing tights with shorts has been a big trend for a couple years now (gotta love the 90s revival!), but what about wearing your mini skirt in the winter?
Well don’t fret ladies, we got you covered. Below are three amazing looks styled to perfection just for you. So sit back, relax, and let us walk you through these simple and easy styling tips!
For a wonderful layered day look, pair a printed skirt with what I like to call the “double up.” This is when you wear a pair of opaque tights with matching thick thigh-highs for extra warmth and a subtle texture!
We put black booties with the double up to help elongate the leg and keep the focus on the mix of the warm knit and printed skirt. Add a bit of sophistication by wearing a button-up under a loose knit crop top!
This is the perfect combination of comfy chic that is perfect for the college scene. Pairing an oversized shirt over a monochromatic mini is a basic outfit that I still use to this day.
Pair the mini with a pair of patterned sheer tights to give it a bit of edge. Add a pair of bright contrast thigh-highs, but slouch them over the knees to represent that “devil may care” attitude that college is all about.
Match your mini with a pair of simple oxfords wedges to complete the look. All you need is a oversized anorak and you’re ready for the door!
Here on the west coast it doesn’t get as cold as other places, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have our winter fashion fun. By matching a pair of chunky knit thigh-highs to the perfect banded mini you can keep yourself looking hot without breaking too much of a winter sweat.
Paired with a high-low graphic tee and a loose knit cardi, you’ll fit in to Cali’s laid back style in no time.
Add some kick to the ensemble by adding in some platform lace-up booties with a military twist.