Even before the onset of winters, we ladies, begin to tither with the thought of not being able to wear our awesomely beautiful dresses! But, no more fretting ladies, because today, we bring to you some amazing Ways to Wear a Maxi Dress in Winter in a different style.
**Pro Tip: Always try to pair these with your boots and sweaters, but keep them matching or contrasting. That is when the look of the maxi dress is going to be highlighted! You can also choose to wear these with your high heels. To complement the lack of keeping your feet warm, you will have to add layers on top.
Ways to Wear a Maxi Dress in Winter
Keep it classic
This means, that you are not going to do any addition to your dress. It will be the classic winter look where you wear the dress and hop into a normal jacket that will keep you warm. To get a twist of your own style here, you will choose the colors carefully. Do not wear a dark colored dress and a dark-colored sweater. Go contrast.
Scarf rounded necks
Maxi dresses are known to be stylish with their patterns and designs. But, if you want to continue wearing them in winters, opt for matching scarves that can be stylishly tied around your neck. It shall be tied in such a way that it does not look odd.
Sweater on top
Wear a sweater on top of the maxi dress. Choose the combinations in such a way that it looks as though you have worn a long skirt and a sweatshirt on top, but only you know the truth. *wink*
Hit the denim look
Want to get a real nice street look with your maxi dress on? Then, choose those denim jackets and ankle length boots over your maxi dress. The denim jacket can be sleeveless too if your maxi dress has sleeves.
The oversized sweatshirts on the maxi dress
For all those casual day outs, wear your favorite maxi dress and to keep it stylish even with winter wears, slide into those oversized sweatshirts. This will not only bring a completely different look to your outfit but will keep your amazingly warm too. Let one shoulder fall off with elegance.
Faux Fur Coats on your rescue
They are extremely sexy when worn right! Opt for dark colored faux fur coats on those light pretty maxi dresses. You can also pair them with black gloves and a stylish handbag to complete the look.
Tights below the belt
Who said that you will have to wear the warmer clothes on from the top? For all those pretty dresses where you do not want to spoil the look by wearing cardigans and sweaters from the top, slide into tights before the dress. They will not show but will keep your legs warm enough for you to survive without on top sweaters.
Turtlenecks tops before the maxi dress
For all those light colored maxi dresses, wear a light-colored turtleneck top before you hop into the dress. Do the same with dark-colored maxi dresses. This style will keep you warm without having to wear anything above the dress.
Jeans for those slit maxi dresses
Have a slit in the dress and are afraid that the cold air is going to get all in through that? Oh No, not anymore… wear black or blue jeans under the dress to cover the slit and to get an elegant look on the dress!
Long Cardigans always complete the look
If your dress is not warm enough and for all those maxi dresses that have open backs, you can always choose long cardigans over them for the winters. Pair them with gloves and high closed heels to complete the look.
Trench coats can never disappoint
Snowing outside, but you had already decided that maxi dress is going to be your outfit for the day? Then, just choose a matching colored trench coat to wear upon it. You can accessorize it with a dark colored belt. You can also have flared trench coats.
A leather jacket
You could also try for the double layer topping. Above your maxi dress, you will wear a normal jacket and then you will top it up with a nice fur coat. This coat will just be a pullover and not be actually worn! Also, if you are a boho chic, this will surely help you.
I know! You just can’t stop jumping with joy, because now you will not have to take your eyes off those lovely maxi dresses in your wardrobe! So, enjoy your winter ‘n’ style.