25 OUTFIT HACKS THAT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE
10 perfect outfits that you can actually wear in the snow
Extra long sleeve tops and shirts are perfect for snowy climes - think of them as an alternative to gloves that you can't lose.
A pair of shearling ankle boots will stand you in good stead. Style yours with denim and a cable knit jumper.
Regardless of how low-key your outfit is (or indeed how bulky), pristine white boots will always add a polished air.
A shaggy faux fur coat in an oversized shape is ideal when it's too cold to worry about the rest of your outfit. Team with a pair of chunky ankle boots (which you can wheel out for festivals later on in the year).
Thigh-high boots worn under skirts and knits are a true winter saviour - just make sure they're of a height you can manage. Avoid stilettos unless (like Eva Chen) you're happy to walk like a giraffe on ice.
Don't fear an all-white look - just contrast textures, for example cable knits with denim, to break up your ensemble.
Do tuck your tracksuit bottoms into your boots - a comfortable and chic touch.
Trade Poppy Delevingne's bejewelled Manolos for a pair of hard-wearing utility boots and you've a perfect snow-ready look. Oversized jackets offer an insouciant appeal.
Style high-waisted denim with a snug black polo neck and channel your inner 90s Winona.
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