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Winter dresses come and go, but here at LOOK HQ we believe in looking good and feeling great whatever the season, which is why we’ve gone to the effort of finding the very best winter dresses to buy this year. Indeed, they’re comfy and cosy, but equally as chic as every other season.
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When the sunny weather is well and truly gone and winter comes knocking, it’s time to rethink your key wardrobe essentials.
The first step is to rethink texture; it’s now all about heavy-duty materials that will keep you warm on those cold days – go for tweed and woven fabrics, which will work just as well in your work wardrobe as it will your off-duty, and with the picks we have here, you’ll look like you just walked off the catwalk.
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Ribbed knits are a key trend, and what better way to wear it than working it in a midi dress style? It’s the easiest throw-on winter dress for the season – no ironing required, might we add.
As for prints, don’t ditch them – just swap them. Choose deep winter florals over bright blooms and warm tartans over colourful checks.
BEST WINTER DRESSES
These are your fail-safe staples that can be layered up with knits and a coat, paired with fishnets and flats for ultimate comfort.
BEST AUTUMN/WINTER DAY DRESSES
Do you feel that often your options for autumn and winter dresses are very party focused? We’ve found the best winter dresses that aren’t all about sequins.
The greatest thing about these gorgeous day dresses, are that you’ll wear them again and again – AND you can style and layer them, so you get more outfits for your buck! What’s not to like?
BEST CASUAL WINTER DRESSES
And for when the temperature really drops, you’ll need some dress-spiration for keeping warm, while still looking stylish. These cool casual winter dresses would look UH-MAZING paired with knee-high boots, chunky-knit jumpers in bright colours (we’re all obsessed with red this season) and almost floor-length, oversized wool coats. To up the cosy-factor, add a wide-brimmed wool hat and super long scarf you can wrap around.
What are you waiting for?