21 October 2015

How to be Warm Yet Stylish on Nights Out

With the weather getting colder and the nights getting darker quicker, it can be a real struggle to find the effort to get dressed in the evening and enjoy yourself, whether it be cocktails, a dinner with friends or a full blown night out clubbing. One of the main problems is how can I still look stylish without freezing my nips off? To combat this everlasting problem many of us have, I've put together outfits and single pieces that can help keep us cosy and looking stylish and put together!


These are all from Missguided. Their A/W15 collection is to die for this season!


A gorgeous colour for the upcoming colder nights is grey! Velvet is back in this AW season and the dark grey colour is the perfect colour for someone who always wears black and wants to try something new (I'm guilty!). I wore a burgundy velvet dress from Missguided (Sold Out) for a friend's birthday drinks the other week, and it kept me so warm whilst everyone else was freezing! The ribbed knitted dress just reminded me of Balmain so much I had to include it. Balmain style for pennys, incredible! The classic grey jumper dress has also had an update this season with the off the shoulder trend that was big in the summer.


Longline coats were big last winter season, and they're big again this year. Again grey has made an appearance, I think it's such a versatile and refreshing colour to wear in the winter. Teamed with heels and a classic dress, the coat is the perfect statement for that catwalk entrance to places. If this grey wool coat was in Topshop or Zara it would easily surpass the £100 mark! The Khaki Blazer is too die for and so cheap at £35! Khaki has become so on trend recently, and with so many variations of khaki, I think this is my favourite shade. It would make any outfit instantly smart and stylish! Of course, I couldn't not include a black, long and sleek duster coat. We all black goes with every colour, pattern and outfit possible, therefore the black duster coat is an essential in winter to dress down an outfit. 



If you'd prefer to ditch the blazers and coats, then why not opt for a long sleeved top or a snazzy jumper to make that outfit a bit more special? The fluffy black jumper is something I would definitely wear for casual drinks or for a light meal (my bulging belly does not need to be on show whilst stuffing my face), it's stylish with the crop trend and not too bulky so that you will end up melting away! The Mesh Panelled White Jumper is very Kim Kardashian-esque, is that even a word? If not I think it's about time Oxford added it to their dictionary. Finally, I opted to add an edgy jumper with fringe and frills to the collection. Jumpers are a staple in this cold weather and teamed with skinnies, boots or heels and a bunch of accessories, the jumper would make a great outfit for evening drinks.

Hope you liked my picks, what do you wear on a cold winter nights while out on the town?

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