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New Season Essentials

Updated: Apr 18, 2019

Every season has its own list of trends and essentials. Winter is just around the corner, which is why we will be talking about the essentials for this season. Are you ready to find out what these essentials are? Let’s go ahead and have a look:


Knee High Boots

Your winter wardrobe is incomplete without a pair of knee-high boots. Don’t be afraid to own a few pairs of these boots go with everything! Plus, they do an amazing job of keeping your feet warm too


Something Red

This winter, invest in some red dresses, jackets, sweaters, and shoes. With the holiday season coming, this color is going to be super popular. Plus, there is just something about the color red that is very alluring, sexy and flirty.

Cool Knits

Is there anything more comfortable than knitting? One of the best thing about winter is that you can throw on some comfy and soft knit sweaters with a pair of jeans and knee-high boots for the perfect winter outfit.


Velvet

Velvet used to be super popular back in the days and now it’s back with a bang! From velvet dresses to jackets; this material looks classy and elegant for everyone. Style a velvet slip dress on top of a cute off-the-shoulder top and some knee-high boots for the ultimate winter look.

Oh My Ruffles

Something ruffled; that’s what you need to own this winter. Feel free to cover yourself in layers of ruffles since its cute, romantic and trending.


Winter Checks

When fall and winter come around, the checkered or plaid pattern is what everyone starts to wear. From checkered coats and jackets to button-down shirts and pants; this winter essential is something you can’t live without.


Beanies

You want to keep your head warm during the cold season, right? This is why beanies are another season essential!

How many of these winter essentials do you already own?

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