Winter dresses

Winter dresses are a great way to get out of those ever handy jeans and layer up in the winter. However while the under 30’s can throw on pretty much any dress and garauntee it will look cool and edgy, once you get over a certain age you can just start to look like someones Nan!


The key to making a winter dress work is how you style it but bear with us here because if you get this right it can take you through the school run, quick coffee, work meeting and into the evening if you should have such a thing.

The high street is full of great dresses at the moment and we would reccommend ordering a few and trying them in the comfort of your own home with various accessories to get the right look.

Even if your dress has a tie or drawstring waist try adding a belt, it will give your dress a bit more structure and an individual look.


Shoes wise dresses and boots are big this year, biker or buckle boots will give a bit of edge and trainers will give you a bit of cool.

On a really cold day you can throw an extra large loose fit jumper over the top and you can never go wrong with a biker jacket or oversized blazer.

There are so many great dresses about at the moment, here are a few of our favourites,

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