Classic Winter

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I know I say it a lot, but classic looks are just the way to go. I don’t think a coat like this will ever go out of style (and it’s on sale for under $60 right now!). It’s the perfect winter version of a traditional trench, so it goes with just about anything. The camel color is perfect for pairing with denim and black for a clean, but stylish look.

I got this tie-neck top a couple months ago and didn’t wear it until now. It’s kind of sophisticated and more 9 to 5 office style than my usual wear, so I wasn’t sure how to style it. Then it hit me: I could dress it down with some distressed denim. Perfect! I think the trendy shoes really helped even out the overall look as well. Style is just really all about balance. As are most things I guess.

classic winter style, boohoo robe coat, winter outfit ideas, fall outfit ideas, fall style, atlanta blogger

classic winter style, boohoo robe coat, winter outfit ideas, fall outfit ideas, fall style, atlanta blogger

classic winter style, boohoo robe coat, winter outfit ideas, fall outfit ideas, fall style, atlanta blogger

classic winter style, boohoo robe coat, winter outfit ideas, fall outfit ideas, fall style, atlanta blogger

classic winter style, boohoo robe coat, winter outfit ideas, fall outfit ideas, fall style, atlanta blogger

classic winter style, boohoo robe coat, winter outfit ideas, fall outfit ideas, fall style, atlanta blogger

classic winter style, boohoo robe coat, winter outfit ideas, fall outfit ideas, fall style, atlanta blogger

 


 
I tried a black bag first, but I thought it made the overall look fall a little flat. So to add some dimension to the outfit, I wore my Taxidermy crossbody. This bag not only adds a chic print, but also some texture. Definitely the better choice. I don’t immediately think of pairing cognac and grey prints, but for some reason, this just works.

What’s your favorite classic winter look?

Photos by Johnny Cheng.