Winters could be really challenging when it comes to choosing the perfect attire for work. Dipping outdoor temperature makes it tough to dress up adequately and yet not look bundled up like a blanket bag. Depending on your office dress code, the climatic conditions and the weather status of your location, you have to be really careful while organizing your winter closet.

Here are a few excellent tips and timely advice that make sure you look chic when you step out in the chill these winters:

Winter Coats
Winter Coats
A Good winter coat is a must have, if you wish to look stylish and stay warm this season. Invest in a good and a sturdy coat that suits your body type and is appropriate for the climatic conditions of your area. If you wish to buy just one, go for beige, camel brown or any neutral color which is wearable with all types of outfits and looks classy too. A nice coat when teamed up with long boots completes the most sensational winter look.

Scarves and stoles
Scarves and stoles
A Scarf is one piece of accessory that can be used in numerous ways to accentuate your dressing style. Scarves and stoles come in multiple designs, colors and patterns. You can play around and experiment with colors and designs, to add style to your winter wardrobe. Checks, stripes, prints or plain nude colors.the options are endless when it comes to mixing, matching and teaming them up with coats and jackets.

Woolen tunics/ long knitted tops
Woolen Tunics
A Long woolen tunic or a knitted top looks extremely feminine and graceful. It is one of the most versatile winter wear and flatters all body shapes and figures. A tunic looks good when worn with long boots or can also be paired with dark colored tights or leggings. This can be further accessorized with a matching scarf to complete the look.

Tweed skirt suit
Tweed Skirts Suits
When it comes to corporate attire, nothing looks more classy, feminine, professional and powerful than a well fitted tweed skirt suit. When we say well fitted, we really mean it. A skirt suit that is too tight would be uncomfortable while sitting, walking or raising your hands for some work. The jacket and the skirt both should fit just right. So it is advisable to buy a size bigger than your usual fit, so that the buttons don’t flare open when you sit down to work and the skirt is not pulled up when you walk. Having said that, as skirt suit looks best when accompanied with tights or dark or sheer stockings during extreme winters.

Black pants and skinny jeans
Skinny Jeans
Slim fitted black pants or tight skinny jeans never go wrong with a long coat or a jacket. They are ideal for a corporate meeting, daily office wear or an office outing. A tight fitted pant looks extremely flattering with high heeled boots or a peep toe shoe.

Long Boots
Long Boots
A Nice pair of long black or brown boots is a staple thing for every woman’s winter closet. Boots come in variety of styles and colors, ranging from slightly above ankle, to knee length, to a little above knee. Choose them according to your requirement and the weather of course. Similarly, heels, flat or wedged style should be decided on the basis of your comfort level.

Shrugs and Shawls
A Stylish shrug/shawl looks absolutely flattering and can be thrown on any dress or outfit. A shrug goes well with professional attire and with a casual winter wear too. While it protects you on a windy and breezy day, it also helps in accessorizing and completing the outfit with an outer protecting layer that can be taken off if it gets warm once you reach inside your workplace.

Published by Smita Shukla

Smita Shukla is a MBA post graduate with an experience of five years in retail business and IT training . She is currently working as a content writer and developer for five years now. She has written on diverse topics like fashion and lifestyle,food and nutrition, health, weight loss and parenting issues. Apart from being a voracious reader and a passionate writer, she is also a sports and fitness enthusiast. Running,Power yoga, squash and badminton are her energy boosters!

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