The Winter season is a fun time for family activities and bonding, but when it comes to clothing, the winter season is usually dull. One has to be in warm thick clothes that leave little or no room for fashion because one has to cover up sufficiently to avoid getting sick from a cold.
While we can’t wait for it to be winter, we dread the fact that we will have to wear boring clothes. This year, all that is about to change as we bring you ten skirts you can wear in winter and keep warm.
Winter skirt outfits:
1. Pleated plaid skirt
Plaid is already our favorite fabric; it is stylish and protective. Aside from its unique style and colors, plaid is a combination of wool and cotton material, both of which can help you stay warm even in winter. The pleated plaid skirt is an upgrade from the plain plaid skirt. A pleated plaid skirt is more stylish and allows you the freedom to move as you please. A plaid skirt can be paired with a sweater and boots.
2. Pleated leather skirt
Leather is usually a complicated material to deal with, but it’s a whole new story when it’s pleated. A pleated leather skirt is not a regular clothing item you will find on anyone; it is reserved for bold and extraordinary people. While it is stylish, it also helps to keep you warm because leather doesn’t absorb moisture, so you are safe all through the winter season.
3. Denim skirt
Denim is a fabric for all seasons. It doesn’t matter the time of the year; denim is always here to serve you. A denim skirt in the winter is appropriate because it protects you from the cold and is very stylish. Denim skirts come in many styles, colors, and sizes, so they serve everybody, irrespective of size or shape. Denim skirts can be worn with ankle boots, thigh-high boots, or Jordans. Denim skirts can also be worn with sweaters, overcoats, and even denim jackets.
4. Corduroy skirts
Corduroy skirts are a winter outfit because of the protection it gives. The fabric was made with winter in mind. Wearing corduroy skirts in winter can be comfortable because of their ability to adapt to different temperatures. In addition to adapting, they play an acclimatization role, cooling the body down in hot conditions or giving the body warmth in cold conditions. Corduroy skirts come in different colors and styles, so you can style them however you want.
5. Faux leather skirt
A faux leather skirt has a slight difference from a pleated skirt. The significant difference is that one is pleated; the other is plain and can be a straight skirt, an A-shaped skirt, or a high slit. The perfect blend for faux leather is wool. Styling suggestions; an oversized woolen sweater tucked in a straight faux leather skirt, leather boots, a muffler, and a nice backpack or purse, depending on the occasion.
6. Suede skirt
Suede is a beautiful fabric. What we love so much about suede is its soft texture; you can run your hands through it all day and not get tired because of how soft it is. While soft, it is also protective and appropriate for the winter season. Styling suggestions; a chiffon top, a suede skirt, and an overcoat to keep your upper body warm. Boots for your feet and a beret or beanie to protect your head.
7. Sequin skirt
Winter already has a lot of sparkles, and we would love to sparkle with it too. Sequin skirts serve the Christmas purpose because it’s a time of light and love and nothing shines quite as a sequin skirt. Styling suggestion; turtle neck blouse on a short sequin skirt, thigh-high boots, and an overcoat if the weather is too cold. Add more shine and shimmer to the winter season and your wardrobe.
8. Jacquard skirt
The jacquard skirt isn’t a typical skirt you see every day, so when we included it on our list, you know we mean business. Jacquard is an exquisite fabric and gives style and finesse to whoever is wearing it. The jacquard skirt usually comes in a pleated style, making it even easier to style. Styling suggestion; a tank top tucked into a Jacquard skirt and a leather jacket. Pair with ankle boots or leather thigh-high boots.
9. Silk skirt
While a silk skirt might seem awkward on this list, it is stylish and appropriate for winter. Silk doesn’t absorb moisture, so wearing it in winter would keep the cold out. Silk is a unique fabric that suits all skin tones, so anyone can wear it. Styling suggestion; a sweater paired with a silk skirt and ankle boots. You can add a knitted kimono, a cross bag, and a beanie.
10. Knitted skirt
We are saving the best for last. What is winter without knitted clothes? This list would be incomplete if we didn’t add a knitted skirt. Knitted items of clothing are usually made of wool, and it is general knowledge that wool is the fabric for winter as it provides warmth in the winter. A knitted skirt is thick but also stylish and fits well when trying to break out from the status quo of boring winter clothes. So when looking for clothes that would introduce you to new ways and styles in the winter, a knitted skirt should be on that list.
Winter shouldn’t be a time for boring clothes, all in the guise of trying to keep yourself warm. You should be able to be warm and stylish all at the same time. Winter should be a fantastic time with family, friends, neighbors, and amazing photos. So if you were looking to make a change in your winter outfits, you have come to the right place at the right time. It’s time to start winter shopping. Shop with a difference this winter and shine as you should.