Winter fashion trends for 2013

Nov 13, 2013

Trying to stay warm as the snowflakes start to flutter without losing your personal style? You are in luck - skirts and dresses that offer more coverage are all the rage this season, allowing you keep cozy while donning designer looks. Here are a few other ideas from the runway that you can incorporate into your own style:

Knee-high socks
From Tommy Hilfiger to Fendi, designers are focused on looks that allow you to bare your legs without risking frostbite. Knee-high socks or tights have a preppy appeal, and can be worn with almost any pair of pumps. Try them on with your favorite black wedge shoes and a flared skirt that hits above the knee, then keep it classic by wearing a button-down shirt and faux fur, open-front vest. Finish the look with a pair of pearl or crystal stud earrings, like the Multi-Chain Beaded 33" Necklace And Earring Set In Silvertone And FREE Set In Yellow Gold Tone.

Long skirts
Temperatures are flirting with the freezing point, but there's no need to fret. Keep that feminine flutter with a long, floor-length skirt, like the ones recently spotted on style icons like Zanita Morgan and Eva Chen. While Morgan went for a textured, neutral skirt in gray with wide pleating, Chen chose to go bold, with a red-and-black patterned skirt that hit mid-calf. Both ladies polished their retro-inspired looks with a pair of pumps, and you can add a touch of glimmer by wearing a classic bangle bracelet like the 3.30 TCW Princess-Cut Smoky Quartz Filigree Cocktail Ring In Rose Ion-Plated. During the day, little details, like zebra stripes or Dalmatian spots on a cardigan, can give your outfit a bit of pizzazz. Pair them with cooler accents like a silver charm bracelet similar to the