The ultimate winter walk essentials

We Heart Living 25/12/2015

The late December period – after eating copious amounts on Christmas Day and before the New Year comes around – is a perfect time for a winter walk. Whether it’s a catch up with family members you didn’t get to see on Christmas Day, or just a stroll with your dog, a crisp winter walk is a beautiful thing. Winter walks are to get a whole lot more attractive because we’ve got your perfect outdoor wardrobe sorted – to add some style to the occasion.

Wear the perfect coat

Being warm in the winter does not mean sacrificing style, and this coat from next fulfils both of the necessary criteria. This brown Teddy faux fur jacket will mean that your winter walk stays warm and glamorous. It’s also available in tall and petite sizes.

With a super cosy scarf

A winter outfit is not complete without a scarf and this red, checked, fringed on is the cherry on top. Not only will it hold in the heat, the ever-classic tartan scarf will also keep you stylish in the cold.

Put a hat on it!

This Dani Double Pom beanie hat with ear-like bobbles is quite possibly the best hat on the high street at the moment. It’s devilishly cute and will keep you toasty. It’s also available in black.

Don some boot-iful shoes

Unless you want to be walking bare-foot, your winter walk outfit needs shoes. For a sturdy pair, White Stuff delivers with its best-selling Trudie Boot. The mid-length, soft suede boots are super comfortable and are lined with faux fur, so your feet will be comfortable and cosy.

Add a little glove

Any winter wandering needs a pair of gloves. Accessorize delivers once again with this leather pair, for a perfectly chic winter walk. These classic leather gloves have a stylish faux fur trim and are lined with fleece, making them both warm and comfortable.

This article was originally published on WeHeartLiving.com on December 25, 2015 and can be viewed here

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