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Casual Winter Fashion Inspiration

Following the fall trend, winter weather has been slow coming this year. This November actually finished as the 2nd warmest November on record for this area. Until the week of Thanksgiving, it wasn’t even hitting freezing temperatures at night. As such, the transition to winter fashion has been slow, which is just fine with me. We still have many months to enjoy wearing sweaters, coats, and boots.

I’m sure some of you will find my inspiration pictures a little funny. Wisconsin winters are cold. I just upgraded my 14-year-old parka to this down coat. (45% off with free shipping for Cyber Monday!) I wanted to find stylish images of women wearing real winter gear, not flats with thin sweaters. Easier said than done. But I’m happy with the casual winter fashion images that I’m sharing with you today. At the end of the post, I’ve also included a few top picks for those who are taking advantage of holiday sales to fill out their own winter wardrobes while also picking up items for family and friends.


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Skinny cords: LOFT
Flannel-lined boyfriend jeans: Eddie Bauer
Plaid flannel: Old Navy
Convertible wrap cardigan: Zoeslollipop
Ribbed crewneck sweater: Gap
Flare dress: LOFT
Arrows pullover sweatshirt: ZenThreads
Wool-blend peacoat: Old Navy
Parka: Lands’ End
Tall lace-up boot: Target
Snow boot: Sorel via DSW
Blanket scarf / toggle poncho: Grace and Lace
Hat: Target
Green amethyst stud earrings: One Garnet Girl
Glass pendant necklace: nivenglassoriginals

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  • Van December 16, 2016, 2:11 pm

    I like these, good round-up of actual, practical clothes you can wear when you’re freezing! It doesn’t get that cold in Florida but we’re babies when it’s in the 20s in the mornings during the winter. And this gives me tips on how to dress when I eventually visit a snowy place, I sincerely have no clue.

    • Rose December 16, 2016, 3:00 pm

      I’m so glad to hear it!

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