Outfit of the Week: Warming Winter

We’re in that strange transition period between winter and spring and staying warm—but not too warm—and fashionable is a hard balance to find. Not to worry, I’ve found an outfit that strikes a balance between the two seasons perfectly.

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First thing’s first. Bright colours are a spring season must, and as a result, I’ve got a plain yellow t-shirt (Forever 21). It’s not blindingly bright since it is still winter technically, but it’s got the extra colourfulness that makes the outfit.

My skinny jeans (TopShop) are more winter-oriented. Dark and grey, but simple, like the t-shirt.

To add some more colour and texture to the outfit, I’ve added a huge plaid-patterned scarf (Forever 21). It is big enough to also be used as a blanket if I wanted to wrap myself up in it.

Top top it all off (literally), I’ve got a black fedora (TopShop) which ties everything together. I would wear this outfit with my black leather boots or low-top Converse sneakers, depending on the weather.

Author: precariouswriter

I live in Calgary, Canada where I was born and raised, but I lived in Winchester, England for three years while in university. When I was fourteen, I decided there weren’t enough books in the world and set out to make more. Since then, I’ve been writing non-stop and aim to work in the book industry. I have two blogs: PrecariousWriter.com is my personal blog where I'll write about anything. PrecariousReader.com is book and writing-related posts including reviews, poems, short stories and articles.

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