Winter outfits to wear in February

Winter outfits to wear in February

Winter outfits to wear in February

February is a very tricky time of year style-wise. We are all a bit fed up with the cold. As I look out of my window I can see the first signs of colour appearing in our communal gardens. Spring is just around the corner.

I think that the answer is to add a touch of colour to our outfits. It could simply be the addition of a scarf, a brightly coloured handbag or a pair of your favourite coloured shoes. Alternatively, you could invest in one of the new colourful coats and jackets beginning to appear in the shops.

Above I have put together an outfit in a cool colour palette. These include some of my favourite pinks and purples. The Hopefashionuk purple sweater is reduced in their sale. I have one myself and it is beautifully soft. You can see me wearing it here.

Details of above:

Lilac coat MarksandSpencer | Navy silk mix blazer MarksandSpencer | Pink necklace Nordstrom | Cotton ethnic print scarf Shop at Chicatanyage | Pink polo neck sweater JohnLewis&Partners | Light purple sweater Hopefashionuk | Navy lace-up shoes Fitflop | pink bag Nordstrom | Navy leggings WinserLondon JohnLewis&Partners.

Winter outfits to wear in February

For those of you with warm colouring, the above may spark some ideas of how to put together winter outfits to wear in February.

Details of above:

Green duffle jacket MarksandSpencer | Apricot puffa waistcoat MarksandSpencer | Chain link necklace Nordstrom | Silk apricot square scarf Shop at Chicatanyage | Tie waist cardigan MarksandSpencer | Beige trousers WinserLondon at JohnLewis&Partners | Cashmere orange polo neck sweater MarksandSpencer | Tan/navy bag Boden.

More colourful options:

1 Comment

  1. 7747p
    7th February 2020 / 18:53

    I am housebound with a knee injury at the moment so having these colourful wardrobe choices to look at on a very gray day is a real treat. I have auburn hair and brown eyes with pale skin, so thank you for including lots of ‘warm’ choices,

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