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Top Winter Layering Essentials That Every Women Should Own

Top Winter Layering Essentials That Every Women Should Own featured by popular Ohio modest fashion blogger, Dreaming Loud-american-eagle-blush-lace-up-sweater-1

I don’t have to say how much I love cold weathers. Everything about it makes me happy (apart from driving, of course!), but layering is my favorite part. I enjoy mix and matching and wearing more clothes :), it just makes dressing up challenging and fun. I know not everyone loves Winter, but hey! don’t let the weather get you from dressing up and feeling great! Here are my top Winter essentials that will get your through a snowstorm or a warm day in style.

Top Winter Layering Essentials

Top Winter Layering Essentials That Every Women Should Own featured by popular Ohio modest fashion blogger, Dreaming Loud

Cardigan | Knit Sweater | Denim Jacket (also like this)

Colorful Scarf | Ankle Boots

Skinny Jeans (also this) | Puffer Jacket | Colorful Coat (seen here) | Fur Vest (love this)

Crossbody / Tote | Hat (also this) | Colorful Tights  (also here) | Hair Systems/ Sexy PROM Dress


Cardigans are every office going girl’s bff (I know right!). They are the most effortless transitional piece. Wear it with a button shirt or around neck sweater under a wool coat when the temperature drops.

Knit Sweater

By proper layering, a knit sweater can take you from chilly mornings to humid afternoons to breezy nights. A versatile piece that will go wonderfully with literally everything from denim to dresses.

Denim Jacket

Though it’s summer, spring, fall, or winter, a denim jacket is an absolute must-have closet staple. Wear it over a sweater for less chilly days and layer it with a puffer vest or jacket when it gets chilly.

Colorful Scarf

The scarf is a wonderful way to add color and warmth to your outfit. Whether its an infinity scarf, blanket or a solid fringe scarf, opt for bold colors and prints like yellow, neon green, violet and red plaid.

Ankle Boots

No matter what your Puffeis, ankle boots will meet your expectations in style, comfort and warmth. Go for neutral shades like taupe, black and beige/mushroom

Skinny Jeans

Skinny jeans are a staple for colder months as they go with all winter boots from ankle boots to snowshoes.  For extra warmth opt for corduroy skinny jeans.

Puffer Jacket

No matter how the trends evolve, a puffer jacket always tops in functionality and style. Choose a mid or full-length puffer jacket if you live in colder areas and a shorter version if you live in little warmer areas.

Colorful Coat

Choose a coat that will make any minimal outfit stand out. Coats in bold accents such as yellow, plaid, green, coral, red, etc.

Fur Vest

If you think the fur vest is not your cup of tea, then I would suggest to re-think. This snug piece is not only comfy but is a fashion-forward piece that can instantly make you look stylish. A good quality fur vest leaves an elegant and feminine vibe.

Crossbody bag

Crossbody bags are the most hassle-free bags in winter as you don’t have to hold them or worry about them slipping over jackets when worn crossbody.


Whether protecting your noggin from cold or concealing a bad hair day, a hat is easily a year-long accessory.  Pom beanies are the cutest winter accessory that can instantly give you a youth look.

Colorful Tights

A cute summer dress can make it to your winter wardrobe with knit legging and cardigan. To keep the look fun, choose colorful tights in purple, green, or yellow.

Knit Tunic

Weather lounging near a fire-place or heading to work, a knit tunic or dress with tights or legging is a classic winter wear. Choose turtleneck tunics or dress for extra warmth.

Top Winter Layering Essentials That Every Women Should Own featured by popular Ohio modest fashion blogger, Dreaming Loud-Madewell-denim-jacket

Sweater (also like this) | Skirt (the best-fitted skirt) | Denim Jacket (hands down the best!| Puffer Vest (also like this) | c/o Hipstick Tights (the softest and super thick tights; comes with a lace top) | Boots (seen here and here)