5 Winter Wardrobe Looks For The Woman On-The-Go

It’s officially coat season. As fall fades away, the auburn and copper hues have made way for ivory and blue. Here’s our guide to updating your winter wardrobe according to your busy schedule, while making sure you stay warm this season…

The Winter Date

It’s date night, and though you may both have that warm and cosy feeling, it’s pretty frosty outside. But dressing for the weather doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style.

Whether you’re skating on an outdoor rink or snuggling together to watch fireworks, a faux fur coat is a guaranteed wardrobe staple this season. It’ll keep you nice and cosy, but is effortlessly chic.

Pair with on-trend leather pants and velvet kitten heels in deep wine for a polished, elegant look. Choosing slip-on heels means you can quickly switch to skates for an impromptu date on the ice rink.

Take The Medolla M in dark brown with you – it’s the perfect date night companion. It’s compact in size but has plenty of room to fit your cosmetics, phone and other day-to-day essentials.

The Medolla M by Maxwell-Scott // Shearling Coat by Vince // Leather Pants by Saint Laurent // Velvet Pumps by Lanvin

The Post-Work Drink

You should always be prepared for those spontaneous post-work drinks. Don’t get caught out, especially not in winter.

Suitable but smart footwear is a must for the woman on-the-go. Opt for full-coverage shoes, but consider jazzing up your outfit with on-trend statement fabrics and colors such as velvet or a metallic accent. There’s no need for your winter-ready outfit to be boring and it’ll set the tone for post-work fun.

 

We’d recommend adding The Fabia to your winter wardrobe. It’s the perfect transitional piece for the office to the city, with a stylish and minimal design and plenty of room for all of your office essentials.

Team with a winter floral print top for a feminine edge and wide-leg black pants for a look that is chic and suitable for both the office and the bar.

The Fabia by Maxwell-Scott // Cordoba Shirt by Weekend Max Mara // Crepe Pants by Khaite // Derby Shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood

The Holiday Shopper

If you’re going holiday shopping, keep The Rivara handy – you’ll need it. The tote design means that it’s easy and comfortable to carry and will fit lots of little holiday gifts inside.

We love The Rivara in petrol, particularly for a winter wardrobe. The petrol blue is a nod to the new season, echoing cooler tones instead of the warm, cosy colors that dominate Fall.

A double-breasted, gray overcoat is a great staple for your winter wardrobe. It’ll complement anything and everything while keeping you warm. Layer over a wool roll-neck or cable-knit sweater for ultimate comfort and style.

We’ve chosen some elegant leather boots for this look, but you can opt for a thicker heel if you want to prioritise comfort while holiday shopping.

The Rivara by Maxwell-Scott // Wool-Blend Coat by Stella McCartney // Wool Pants by Isabel Marant Etoile // Block-Heel Ankle Boots by Joseph
The Office Casual

It’s difficult to know what is deemed acceptable for office-wear when winter rolls around. Inevitably, you’re going to end up substituting your trusty smart blazer for some bulky knitwear.¬†But it’s easier than you think to fuse executive style with winter wardrobe pieces.

Stick to simple structures, opting for tailored pants if you can. Play with silhouettes to keep your look sleek and refined.

Introduce a soft cashmere roll-neck into your winter wardrobe. In darker hues, your knitwear will keep you warm but still be a professional fit for the office. Pair with pants in a heritage fabric for a fusion of winter and work vibes.

Mock-croc boots are always a good idea and will keep your toes cosy. Spice up a monochrome palette with The Liliana S in wine, adding dimension to your work-ready look.

The Liliana S by Maxwell-Scott // Cashmere Sweater by Raey // Cropped Pants by Stella Jean // Ankle Boots by Stella McCartney

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