As the piercing winter approaches many men do not know how to look warm - yet fashionable at the same time! Let's be real you throw on that huge, black, wool coat and nobody ever sees your outfit! Men can confuse "dressing warmly" as just throwing on as many clothes as possible. Not only does this hide your outfit - but you don't look as fashionable as you could. Here are some tips to help you stay warm and look great this winter season!
1. Layer The Right Way
Most people already have an idea of how to layer up for the winter. Although, many people think layering means throwing on a bunch of shirts, sweaters, cardigans on top of each other with no meaning. Throwing on a lot of mixed matched sweaters does not make you look good. A way to layer most effectively is layer different types of thin shirts, or sweaters followed by a jacket that will keep you not only warm but stylist around town. Stop hiding everything under a huge jacket! Layer with a statement.
2. Fashionable Accessories
Whether it's a hat, gloves, or scarf these essential are the key to your winter outfit. All of these items will keep you warm, dry, and stylish this cold winter! Pick items that will not only go with your outfit but your jacket most importantly!
3. Boot Up For The Winter
Most men usually wear the same dress shoe year round. Upgrading to a boot isn't so bad. Not only are boots fashionable - they keep you warm! Boots cover your ankles and keeps the air from your feet. Find a nice leather boot and you'll want to be outside forever .. Literally.
4. Invisable Thermals
Hidden thermals are also a key way to stay warm in the winter. Men who love wearing suits know that undershirts are a necessity. Invest in thin, slim thermals that will keep you warm but won't break your outfit. Face the winter head on and prepared!
5. Wear A Coat
Find a winter coat that looks great and keeps you warm. Going into 2016 try to stay away from black. Earthy tones will give a pop to your look. Just because the temperature is dropping your style doesn't have to! Step up, and face the winter fashion first.