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How to Rock Winter Dresses

How to Rock Winter Dresses in Polar Ice Air

It’s been a long, cold winter, and by now, you’re tired of living in your track pants. Since the Zoom revolution, the only item of clothing you’ve needed is a corporate long-sleeve jacket. However, after a year of not caring about what you wore in public and with restrictions lifting, it is time to get out of those track pants and into something that makes you feel alive and beautiful, like a dress. Yes, it’s time to rock winter dresses.

Dresses are the most versatile pieces of clothing in a women’s wardrobe, but it’s freezing outside, and shivering knees and arms will ruin your look. Not to worry – you can still wear beautiful winter dresses, even if it’s cold outside. Here are ways to rock dresses in cold, polar ice weather.

  1. Layer up with a Turtleneck, Jersey or Coat: Avoid frostbite with layers. For instance, wear a turtleneck under your dress. Also, throw an oversized jersey over your maxi dress or a long coat or leather jacket to add another layer of warmth.
  2. Rock a Loose or Tight-Fitting Maxi Dress: A trend that is especially wearable in winter, beautiful-patterned maxi dresses in a variety of colours can easily be paired with knits, jackets, scarves, and boots during colder months.
  3. Leggings are Your Friend: Leggings are a staple in every woman’s wardrobe. Pair it with mini or midi-dresses, skirts and even shorts. However, to get that classic look, invest in the colour black as it goes with winter tones. Fashion Tip: the latest European winter trend is to wear a dress over leather pants.

And there you have it ­– some excellent ways to rock winter dresses. Now, you need to find the right online retailer with a collection of imported dresses for every occasion. That’s the simple part – shop online at Lu-May Exclusive Wear. As one of the top online women’s clothing retailers, not only do we carry the largest collection of dresses in the country, but we also deliver to your door.

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