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Lately the weathers been somewhat unpredictable. Some mornings are nice and sunny but as the day goes on it becomes cold and gloomy then sunny again. Unreliable weather can be an inconvenience when trying to get dressed every morning. This type of climate is probably the most challenging because you never know what to expect but not to worry with a few simple style techniques you'll be able to pick out a great outfit and feel secure all day.  1. Layering Layering your look can ensure that you are prepared for any climate changes. I like to layer my base outfit with cardigans, denim jackets, leather jackets or trench coats. These are all staple pieces that will complete your outfit but most importantly will keep you warm if temperatures drop.  2. Boots! Boots! Boots! Tall boots are your best option to keep your legs/feet warm and dry. They look awesome with everything you wear (skirts, shorts, dresses, jeans etc.) and will definitely keep you looking and feeling great!  Lastly, when wearing tall boots you can wear thick, high socks for extra warmth and no one would ever know you're wearing them. 3. Top it off Hats and beanies are the cutest and most stylish way to keep your head and ears warm. You can wear colorful beanies, vintage hats or fedoras and they'll all do the job.  4. Bundle up Scarfs are one of my favorite cold-weather accessory because they're versatile, stylish and add elegance to almost any outfit. They're available in different styles, colors, prints and textures which makes them appropriate for any occasion. When it's extra cold, oversized scarfs are my very favorite. I think everyone should have one of these babies, you can never have too many scarfs!   

Lately the weathers been somewhat unpredictable. Some mornings are nice and sunny but as the day goes on it becomes cold and gloomy then sunny again. Unreliable weather can be an inconvenience when trying to get dressed every morning. This type of climate is probably the most challenging because you never know what to expect but not to worry with a few simple style techniques you'll be able to pick out a great outfit and feel secure all day. 

1. Layering

Layering your look can ensure that you are prepared for any climate changes. I like to layer my base outfit with cardigans, denim jackets, leather jackets or trench coats. These are all staple pieces that will complete your outfit but most importantly will keep you warm if temperatures drop. 

2. Boots! Boots! Boots!

Tall boots are your best option to keep your legs/feet warm and dry. They look awesome with everything you wear (skirts, shorts, dresses, jeans etc.) and will definitely keep you looking and feeling great!  Lastly, when wearing tall boots you can wear thick, high socks for extra warmth and no one would ever know you're wearing them.

3. Top it off

Hats and beanies are the cutest and most stylish way to keep your head and ears warm. You can wear colorful beanies, vintage hats or fedoras and they'll all do the job. 

4. Bundle up

Scarfs are one of my favorite cold-weather accessory because they're versatile, stylish and add elegance to almost any outfit. They're available in different styles, colors, prints and textures which makes them appropriate for any occasion. When it's extra cold, oversized scarfs are my very favorite. I think everyone should have one of these babies, you can never have too many scarfs!