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6 Winter Fashion Tips for Everyday Women

6 Winter Fashion Tips for Everyday Women

Many folks enjoy fashion and relish the thought of putting a fun outfit together, but not everyone has the money to follow the trends outlined in high fashion magazines or by wealthy influencers. The Rumble team did a little research and discovered the following 6 fashion trends are in high demand this coming winter season. The good news is these styles can be achieved on an average person’s budget. 

1). Pleated mini-skirts: Paired nicely with a pair of thick tights, clucky boots and sweater. 

2). Clunky boots: While all types of boots are popular during the cooler months, this year the clunkier the better.  

3). Cozy, cute jackets: Think puffy, fur-trimmed or hooded; any type of jacket that’s not only cut but also gives an impression of coziness.  

4).Trench coats: Imagine a nice long trench coach with a cinched belt over fitted jeans and boots. Not only will these coats keep you warm, but they offer an outfit a little class. 

5). Knit and crocheted vests: These have circled back around and are in style once again. The pattern doesn’t after as long as it’s a sweater vest. This component pairs well with skirts and blouses.  

6). Fun winter hats: Thankfully, winter hats seem to always be in style! Additionally, this accessory isn’t too expensive no matter where you purchase it. Liven up an otherwise bland outfit with a funky hat.  

If you need a little inspiration in terms of these fashion trends, an easy Google search on the web or a hashtag search on Instagram will give you lots of ideas. We hope you have some fashion fun this winter season! 

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