How to dress feminine in winter with KUMA Design

How to dress feminine in winter with KUMA_ft

Winter is here and every winter day starts with the question: what should I wear today that will make me feel as feminine as flirty summer dresses but won’t make me freeze like an ice cube? When it comes to dressing in winter, it’s so easy to give up and throw style out the window. Very often we go for the comfiest leggings, giant cosy knit and warmest coat, and just be done with it. Adding warm accessories such as hats and scarves are great ways to layer, but there are other ways to create a unique and feminine style. Keep reading to see my tips on my feminine winter style, featuring lovely butterfly accessories from KUMA Design.

How to dress feminine in winter

Winter is the time of the year when people are mostly drawn to darker colours and sometimes such dark hues can give your outfit an edgier, harsher look. If you find yourself dressing in basic colours like black, add some pastel accessories for a feminine, soft touch.

For this outfit I went for my cosiest dress and my blue coat – they are both go to pieces when it’s cold outside, and they are both in rather dark, cold colours. You will see how the butterfly accessories will add some spice to this bland outfit!

When all else fails and feel that your cold weather clothes are lacking personality, accessories are there to save the day. Such small touches alone, such as earrings or brooches, can make your outfit feminine and fun to wear!

how to dress feminine in winter

how to dress feminine in winter

About KUMA Design

KUMA Design is an Estonian-based company that creates beautiful hand-made vegan leather accessories.  Check out their story and their other beautiful butterfly accessories on their website! Don’t forget to add my discount code “saccharine-soul15” !

how to dress feminine in winter

how to dress feminine in winter

 

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