As the temperature lowers, the need to load up on layers is much needed. And, a stylish way to do so would be great. Ladies, make layering your best friend, and, you won’t regret it at all. With a variety of styles and silhouettes to pick from, by the end of this you’ll want to run to buy a coat and you’ll be fully prepped to do so.
Trench turns: Comfy and super practical for frosty weathers, trenches pair amazingly with denims and dresses. Pair a neutral toned trench coat in shades like beige, white, black or navy blue with a white shirt and pants or a neutral toned dress. You can also pair your trench coat with a short kurta top and palazzos that are in solid shades.
Peppy pea coats : Pea coats are double breasted coats usually made out of wool where the hem falls at the hip. We love this style for its ability to not just keep warm but also look absolutely suave. Opt for solid colours with wrap around styles and pair them with your dresses and boots and you’re good to go. If you’re someone that cannot take the cold, this is your go-to.
Blazer beauty: A style that screams bold, beautiful and brazenly individualistic, the blazer is our absolute favourite for Indian winters. They pair well with anything and everything and come in numerous colours. Of course, we’ve hit the jackpot here. Opt for shades of pink, reds, beiges, yellows, greens and blues. Style them with your maxis, skirt and tops, formals or ethnic ensembles.
Shrug it off: So, it’s not really a coat, but it still counts as winter daywear essential. The shrug drops right below the chest and is just right for winter days. Style your shrug with a co-ord set or a matching dress or even a lehenga. The choice is absolutely yours. Printed shrugs are striking and stand out especially when you’re trying to make a statement.
Long coats: Another stunner, long coats are an Indian woman’s best friend especially when it’s wedding season. While you may want to wear a sleeveless blouse, it isn’t exactly winter weather friendly. That’s where long jackets come to the rescue. Pair your ethnic ensembles with a long printed or embellished jacket that has an open front.