The coat is your essential winter item. You might as well invest in a quality model that you will wear for several seasons rather than wear a poor quality coat that you will have to change every year. And with which you will be cold. It will be good for your style budget. Since the coat is a piece that is worn every day and is the third layer of the puzzle, it is important to take the time to choose its cut, color and material because it defines your personal style. Okay, but what is a coat worthy of the name? It should be made of one or more of these materials: mostly wool, mohair, alpaca, leather, suede; a minority of polyester, polyamide and acrylic.
For example, I never leave my camel suede coat with an upturned sheepskin lining. Now it defines me and I gladly put it on almost every morning. I knew it would be one of my essentials as soon as I saw it. By the time I checked its quality label, it was adopted. I remember not hesitating for a second as he caught my eye. This is the kind of piece you need to find for your winter coat.
The t-shirt or the thermal camisole
As mentioned above, your first layer is essential in winter. Whether it's a light camisole or a more enveloping t-shirt, it embraces the upper part of your body and keeps you warm. It goes without saying that it's a strategic comfort level piece. Aesthetics don't matter, but I advise you to find a model that you still find pretty. You will wear it all the more easily and with pleasure. Invest in a model with thermal material.
I won't introduce you to jeans anymore. If you missed the article on 'how to wear jeans well according to your morphology', take the trouble to discover it. It will allow you to never go wrong again when buying jeans and to always invest in the right pieces for your figure. A saving of time and money. A durable and solid approach.
This piece also plays a fundamental role in your winter style. You spend a lot of time in jeans, be it on the weekend in a casual way or during the week in a more dressy and chic way. So take the trouble to choose it well, to wear it well and above all to opt for quality: mostly cotton and a bit of elastane for comfort. If you're still cold, don't hesitate to wear thermal tights or leggings underneath, you'll be relieved.