Swinter Fashion

Even though i live in Texas, which is probably the most bipolar state when it comes to weather. Fall/winter is among us and its time to start changing up the wardrobe. Since it doesn’t get super cold here until December to Early January , we never truly wear heavy fall/winter attire. Instead i always seem to merge my summer clothing with my winter.Here are some ideas to merge your seasonal outfits together, for what i call Swinter.

Its never to cold for a tank top:

  • Tank tops are the cutest during winter when paired with a moto jacket or blazer. It provides a simple and light fit that is easy to wear especially if your in a hurry. This fit can also be paired with a scarf for a pop of color or extra warmth.
Photo Credit: lookbook.nu

Photo Credit: lookbook.nu

Scarfs are Swinter Approved:

  • Some west coast states have lighter summers compared to southern states so, sometimes you can get away with having a scarf during  the summer time. These scarfs are a lighter than the traditional scarf and are meant more for a fashion statement than warmth. During the colder months you can wear the lighter or traditional scarfs depending on how cold it really is.

Shorts with Leggings or tights

  • Sometimes its just hard to give up the jean shorts when the weather changes. But instead of giving them up completely pair them with a pair of decorative tights for a creative pattern or design on your legs. If it really gets cold where you live,  you can wear leggings underneath the shorts, instead of tights. Due to the fact that tights are thinner, the leggings will give you the extra warmth you need.

Maxi Dresses for Winter

  • Maxi Dresses are probable the cutest and classiest trend for the summer; and due to the fact that their long ,their is no need to put them away for the winter. Simply pair the with a pair of booties or plain flat boots and a sweater or cardigan for a winter outfit.

There are tons of ways to incorporate summer clothes into winter clothes comment down bellow if you have anymore ideas.

Also here’s an article on more Swinter Fashion ideas.


-Kendra Jaz-


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