How To Dress In Winter

With every season comes different styles, colors, prints to trends. And every season, we have to update our wardrobe to reflect the season's change.

But that doesn’t mean an entirely new wardrobe each season.

It is very easy to get sucked into buying things “just because.” But most of the time, that always results in a one-time wear or you have to continue to shop for single outfits that will go with these pieces.

If you’re breaking the bank to feel stylish and fabulous, you don’t need to. You can look and feel good without spending a lot of money every season. This, however, depends on the status of your current wardrobe. Is it filled with a bunch of random items, single outfits to those one-time wears? If you so, you may need to invest a little more to avoid having to continue this cycle.

The best place to begin is with your basics. Your basics are the pieces you need to create new and different outfits around your single outfits to your one-time wears and also allow you to wear the same clothes differently, so you do not always have to spend money on new clothes any time you want a new outfit.

Once you have your basics, you can add anything you want!

Every season I create a collection of wardrobe building eBooks that provide you with a wardrobe plan and outfits for the entire season. They break down what to purchase, give you different style outfits, links to shop and different ways to dress them up and dress them down.

I added a new section into my winter eBooks which shows you which pieces to transition over from fall. Helping you to save money, get more out of what you invested in the previous season and what to focus on spending on for the new season.

Looking good does not require breaking the bank!

Below is a preview into each of the eBooks currently available and this post will be updated anytime a new winter eBook is released. Each eBook features a different style of clothing and conveniently provides you with the links to shop the items included in the eBook plus access to a private online shopping guide (regular, petite and plus sizing) featuring additional styles and is updated with new pieces throughout the season.

If you struggle with what to wear, how to shop and dress better with the clothes you have - these eBooks are for you.

And if you have a girlfriend that can relate to this struggle. ‘Tis the season! There are gift cards available to purchase for a holiday gift - click here.

How To Dress In Winter:

Winter Option #1: Classic/On-Trend

This 52-page eBook takes you step-by-step to building a classic and on-trend winter wardrobe plus how to transition your fall pieces into winter. Featuring a combination of dressy and casual clothes, shoes and accessories that you can wear in and out of the office.

Click below to learn how to build a classic and on-trend winter wardrobe, shop these outfits and get instant access to 102 different outfit ideas:

 

Winter Option #2: At Home Essentials

This 51-page eBook takes you step-by-step to building a classic and on-trend fall casual wardrobe.  Featuring all casual clothes, shoes and accessories.

Click below to learn how to build a casual classic and on-trend winter wardrobe, shop these outfits and get instant access to 102 different outfit ideas:

 

Winter Option #3: Classic Style

This 50-page eBook takes you step-by-step to building a classic and stylish winter wardrobe. Featuring a combination of dressy and casual clothes, shoes and accessories that you can wear in and out of the office. This eBook does not highlight seasonal trends, it focuses on your classic wardrobe essentials.

Click below to learn how to build a classic winter wardrobe, shop these outfits and get instant access to 102 different outfit ideas:

 

Winter Option #4: Active Style

This 50-page eBook takes you step-by-step to building a active wardrobe and how to pull off a stylish and put together look surrounding leggings, sweatpants to jogger pants. 

Click below to learn how to build a active winter wardrobe, shop these outfits and get instant access to 102 different outfit ideas: