Let’s be real for a moment: Staying warm and looking chic in the freezing weather we are having isn’t easily accomplished. We want to be bundled up and warm – but that compromises our style.
Well, here are some things that you need to beat the cold while still looking adorable all at the same time.
Plus, all of the items above can be found at ShopBop, which is based out of Madison.
These are warm, comfy, practical and the perfect canvas for some cute cold
weather accessories. You can get these in down, down alternative or other filler to act as insulation and keep you nice and warm in the bitter temps.
Make sure your feet are warm and dry in some great, sturdy boots. Tip: If these boots
aren’t weather proof, make sure you get them weatherproofed before you venture into the
elements. This will make walking through the snow a breeze.
One of my favorite things in fashion is layering – and thankfully that is a huge element in
the world of dressing for warmth. So adding some comfy boot socks to your look will add
another great layer to keep your tootsies nice and toasty.
A hat is a key to stay warm – plus this one with the fur ball on top is so damn cute! This hat is
functional while adding some charm to your winter look.
A blanket scarf is a must for me in the winter. They are so chic, plus you can use them as
a shawl when your office is cold, too.
Protect your peepers from the bitter winds that are hitting the Midwest in some stylish sunnies.
Tie everything together with a pop of color. These gloves are warm and tech-friendly, and
they bring it all together in a festive red.
Now you will be warm, stylish and ready to kick this winter's ass!
Pamela has recently been named an Influencer by Vogue magazine, and is a Social Media Influencer for Cosmopolitan magazine. She enjoys a recurring gig on Milwaukee's Fox 6 Real Milwaukee as a Style/ Beauty expert.
Pamela is bold, outspoken and doesn't take herself too seriously. She is a dog mom to 2 puppies, Cooper and Winston. She can't live without mascara, oversized sunglasses and a lavender latte from Stone Creek Coffee.
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