I am a big, big fan of the oversized sweater. Any wintery clothing honestly.
Hoodie, crew neck, knit, I love them all, I don't discriminate.
Partially because I consume so much food and wine around this time of year it's a great way to hide anything I need to hide if you get what I mean.
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However it isn't always appropriate to wear my massive East Coast Lifestyle hoodie out and about, so I typically turn to the oversized knit.
Most of my knits come from two places, Zara and Urban Outfitters. These are two of my go to shops, and about 80% of my wardrobe is from there.
Here are a few of my favourite knits this season (all from Urban Outfitters besides the red turtle neck, it's from Zara). They can easily be dressed up for a dinner out, worn to a cozy Sunday brunch, or just around the house relaxing. They're great for most occasions, and will absolutely keep you warm this winter!
As for other winter wear here are a couple of my other staples:
Again, all from Urban Outfitters - besides the sweats. Scrunchies are a staple for me year round, however particularly in the winter. I have super thin hair, and the scrunchy is a great option for me because they reduce creasing in my hair.
Typically, I'm a silver jewellery person, however during the winter I find myself more drawn to dainty gold options. I think gold is so feminine and sort of old fashioned so I like to swap it in every once in awhile.
As for the sweats, they are from Lululemon, and I can already feel a crowd of eye rolls coming on.
I've invested in two pairs of sweats in my life, both from Lululemon and man oh man were they worth every penny. In specific, the above pair is so so great because they look nice enough that if you want to wear sweats anywhere in public (THE AIRPORT CAN I GET AN AMEN) these are the perfect piece. Comfortable, form fitting, stylish, these are one thing I think every lady should have in their wardrobe.
Must have staples for you during the cold months? Comment below!