Upgrade your workwear wardrobe this winter


By Puja Gupta

New Delhi, Nov 17 (IANSlife): Winter brings an entire set of workwear challenges to figure out. Rather than starting from scratch, just one or two carefully curated pieces in your wardrobe can make a world of difference and help fight those winter blues. Dipti Tolani, founder of Salt Attire, suggests few tips:

Be a layering pro

There is a reason layering is always on-trend in the winter. It's an immensely practical way to dress when it's really cold. So, don't be frightened to pile on the layers. A turtleneck, under a sweater, under a jacket, under a coat, for instance, will definitely keep you warm.

Let your shoes be your style

Great winter style really boils down to a good pair of shoes. Show them off pairing them with a short dress.

Belt your coats to give them new life

By the middle of winter it's pretty unavoidable that you're going to start to feel some fatigue when it comes to wearing on your boring old winter coat day after day. Adds a new life to your coat simply by belting it.

Experiment with scarves

Scarves can be worn in many more ways than simply wrapped around your neck, and winter is the perfect time to experiment. People can belted on top of a jacket, or even tied in a knot around your shoulders.

Blazer and slim leggings

Black pants are a closet staple, but they can be a bit too body-hugging for some office environments. Offset their slim, legging-like silhouette with a boxy herringbone blazer that's long enough so you feel covered. Pull on a pair of black sock boots to continue the leg line and make your stems look a mile long.

  

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