Keep warm and stylish!

Ok! so it’s freezing outside & your head wants you to dress like this:

But this is more the vibe you’re feeling:

What’s a gal to do?

So here it is, a few of my tips and tricks to stay warm and still feel stylish this winter. 

First stop is all about layers. They’re perfect for putting under absolutely everything & the more fitted they are the better. It’s that snug fit that keeps us the warmest. My go too is Uniqlo’s HEATTECH range. They’re very thin, so great when layering to not affect the look of the outfit. Best of all the ones I have feature a wide neck, making them perfect for outfits with lower or wider necklines.

Then a good pair of thick tights. I’m always happy to pick some up from Kmart or Target, I don’t find the more expensive brands are any better than the cheaper ones. And of course some black boots!

As daggy as you might feel, I highly recommend tucking in your thermal to your tights. It makes sure the thermal doesn’t ride up as fitted items often do.

Here is the link to the specific thermals I have and pictured above.

You can pick up great layering pieces at most of the department stores throughout winter though.

So now that we’re all warm and toasty all we need to do is add our outfits. Here are some looks I’ve put together from our range so you get the idea. All of these looks are perfect with a jacket and scarf to top off the style.


This dress has a lower neck line, which would mean you could see the thermal. I’ve pulled it down to sit under my bra. Perfecto!
Here I'm wearing our Teal Blair dress in a size Small. 


Our Dakota dress below really lends it’s self to this look. I'm wearing it in a size XS.


A different look here again with our Elise knit and Georgia Skirt. By far my favourite look for winter. I'm wearing the Elise top in a size Small and the Georgia skirt in a X Small. 

So layering is the key and remember to keep it snug to your skin.

Stay Warm

Sarah - SK Style x 

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