A dress might be something you think of in summer or spring but don’t let that stop you from wearing them in the winters as well. With the modern changing times, fashion is constantly being modified and reworked according to the changing preferences of fashion enthusiasts. Dresses which earlier were staple of summer and spring are now trending in the cold season as well. From flared to bodycon, winter women dresses come in knitted fabrics to swoon you all winter season.
Knit dresses are very common in winter because of how flattering they look on your body. They usually have a bodycon silhouette. Knitted bodycon dresses in midi length are great for both casual and workwear. Pair them with black boots or heels for a sophisticated and chic look. You could also pair them with a black leather jacket for a fun goth look. Knit dresses are perfect for going out in winters because they amp up your look and keep you warm at the same time.
They are probably the most famous kind of winter dresses. These dresses are two in one. They can be worn as dresses and on even colder days you can wear them over your favorite denims and pants and stay stylish and warm at the same time. Sweater dresses can be really fun to wear because they look very unconventional and you can style them in different ways and styles. Style them with a pair of thigh high boots and a pair of trendy meshed stockings for an effortlessly glam look.
Just as the Duchess Kate Middleton loves it, there’s no reason not to wear the most classy, royal and warm fabric of the winter season- tweed. Recently the Duchess was spotted wearing a flattering off shoulder tweed dress to only show us how much she loves the fabric. Tweed is an ideal fabric for women winter dresses as it is royal and keeps you really warm at the same time.
Tweed may be a classic fabric but it has been reworked to create stylish designs. Tweed dresses come in variety of designs like off shoulder, jacket dresses, flare dresses. Coco Chanel is one the leading brands in tweed fashion.
Faux Fur Dresses:
For people who love fur but also animals, the faux fur is one the most important inventions. Now imagine faux fur in dresses. Pair them with thigh high boots and accessorize minimally to get a balanced look. You could also throw a simple muffler or scarf around your neck.