July 2, 2013

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Fashion Winter Outfits to Learn Before Moving to Cold Places

for a person who came from a tropical country it was very difficult to lived far beyond imagination if how really hard to walk,to sleep and lived in the middle of snow place, below is the Basic tips if what to wear in a cold places for those people who never experienced cold places yet or on planning to a trip in a cold places like Europe,America and cold places in Asia.

moving to a place who had four season Cycle, in Winter season, layers are your new best friend. Most buildings on town will try to overcompensate for the chilly weather outside by cranking up the heat inside. It’s a nice Gesture, but if you’re not wearing proper clothes with layering on it, you can end up sweating through your work. Layering in a casual way is easy: start with a tank or tee, add a cardigan or sweater, and top it off with another jacket, scarf, and/or hat (depending on how cold it is outside). You’ll still look cute and will be comfortable no matter where you go.

Make scarves and hats your signature accessories. I started my trademark with scarves a few years ago,and I haven’t been able to give them up since. They come in literally thousands of shapes, colors,patterns and instantly add excitement for warmth to any outfit. Hats are another great option to keep your ears warm and cover up any bad hair days you may have.

Invest in a great pair of boots. This is especially important if you live somewhere where winter brings lots of snow and ice. A truly great pair of boots will keep your feet warm and match with a lot of different outfits you already have. Whether you like desert boots, riding boots,or an edgier option, find a pair you love and wear them with everything.

Pants are not the only option. tights and skirts are still definitely options when the weather turns colder. As long as you pair them with tights (sweater tights are particularly warm) you can stay true to your personal style without freezing.

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