December. Let’s brainstorm. Snow. Sweater. Holiday. Layers. Cosy. Cold outside. Fire place. Faux fur. Boots. Christmas. Christmas’ Eve. New Year’s Eve. Sequins. Black. Beanie. Do we agree? Yes? All right. Now that we’re on the same page, let’s get inspired 🙂
Getting dressed in November. The key here is: layers. And oversized sweaters :). That’s what I love about fall. You can walk outside with just a sweater, or with a cute shirt and a long coat. In winter, it’s more complicated to get out without a full on onion look. So, let’s enjoy it while we can 😉
If you live in Belgium (and I think it’s the same in Europe), you know that lately it’s been freezing!!! You’ve experienced temperatures that make you want to stay in bed (granted, I personally don’t need low temperatures for that. But I’m sure there are some reasonable people out there – you know like adults – who feel that way). It is so cold that you’re even afraid to step foot outside. You’d rather stay at home, wrap yourself in warm blankets, and drink hot chocolate in front of a Gossip Girl or Pretty Little Liars marathon. And that, all day long… Isn’t it how you feel? Because it is how I feel (probably too often). And I can’t believe it’s just me. It cannot be just me, right?
Anyway, even if we wish we could stay home, well it’s not really within the realm of possibility! We have to be a grown-up and take our responsibility (yuck!). We have to get out of bed. And get dressed. And brave the cold. But do we need to be cold and look like crap? Oh hell to the no! One may think that it’s kind of hard to stay stylish with temperatures below the 0°C, but one would be wrong. When it’s crazy cold like that, I like to bundle up in huge knitted sweaters. And it’s not such a bad thing fashion-wise. Oversized sweaters (and sweater dress) are fashionable, so you can totally look super stylish when rocking one of these and still brave the cold.