It can be quite cumbersome dressing up during winters! Well I decided to challenge myself, after a lot many postponements, by picking out a summer dress for a bright & sunny winter day. This silk self-design floral dress from Zara with the tie detail in the front is typically a summer dress with the satinous silk fabric & an asymmetric waterfall silhouette. I was determined to transition my beautiful silk dress for winter with my signature minimalist, chic, take on it. As you guys already know, I am not a fan of big, oversize, fuzzy winter clothing as it tends to slow me down at all levels, physically & mentally. I prefer smart, crisp pieces such as this green waist jacket that i have worn in previous seasons too but is one such piece that I can fall back on where it comes to trend & comfort. However if you think, that you need another layer, a long trench in shades of earthy brown, taupe, olive or deep ivory would be a perfect option.

A good pair of boots is all you need to take you through winters. I absolutely love my knee high boots in black suede that are super comfortable & super versatile. The way they hug my legs keeping me absolutely warm & cozy, makes me feel like they are second skin to me. Also the little heel instantly adds that panache & edgy vibe to my winter look. Over the years, knee high boots have almost become a classic for every woman’s winter wardrobe. For today’s look, I grabbed these without a second thought. Green & black is a classic winter combination. Therefore I opted for this structured black Chloe bag that effortlessly fits into the winter color palette of green & black. So all in all, it was a super fun challenge mixing my summer floral dress with winter accents to arrive at a winning dressy winter look! What do you guys think 🙂

Silk Dress: Zara | Jacket: Gap (Similar here) | Bag: Chloe |
Black Suede Over-the-Knee Boots: Rajouri Garden Market (Similar herehere & here)

 
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