True Winter Inspiration

True Winter Inspiration

Some outfits and suggestions as inspiration for True Winter

All collages created with the wonderful URStyle.com

True Winter in winter

Collage created with the wonderful URStyle.com

Try a change from wearing black, black and black.

A statement coat in a signature colour is a great way to brighten those dreary winter days.

How about this clear purple colour?

Pair it with a red hat to match the lining, or use black accessories..

Two ways of styling one dress

It's a fun challenge to change the look with the help of accessories! And when you wear the colours that you are, they remember YOU, not what dress you wore!

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A simple dress in a neutral colour is a good investment for a sustainable wardrobe, (and bonus points for not choosing a completely black outfit).

True Winter in summer

Accessories for warm summer days

Adding some sophistication to an outfit is essential. 
I have one word for you. And that's two words: Always accessorise. 
Nordic Simplicity is simple. But not boring. 

And since outfits for warm summer days tend to be quite minimal, choosing a few essential accessories (and actually remembering to use them) is key.

The dress is lovely but on its own it lacks a certain something. 

Let's try adding a couple of accessories.

By adding interesting accessories we elevate simplicity into sophistication.

A bracelet in silver & black and a silver necklace is a high contrast safe choice for True Winter. 

If you want to challenge yourself and go out of your comfort zone, why not go for a belt in lemon yellow? It has crystals...

No? OK stick to the silver and black then, and you'll be fine.

Collage created with the wonderful URStyle.com

Jorunn Hernes

Jorunn is a certified personal colour analyst, based in Norway. She believes that your wardrobe shouldn't fit the latest trend, it should fit you, your colours and your lifestyle. She is passionate about spreading Nordic simplicity to women all over the world.

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