Winter is all about fashion and experiments. The perfect season for layerings, at least in Kolkata when most of our year spends in t-shirts and denims and I don’t know why but I always feel fascinated about shopping a bit from gents section. Thus I always borrow some elements from my husband or father’s closets and style them in my version.
So here I’m sharing 3 ways to style your father/husband/boyfriend’s jacket in winter. These are so effortlessly unique that anyone can create. Let’s start:
1. Pair with shorts and crop top:
This look is perfect for ‘ light winters ‘ which we usually have in Kolkata. Simply pair the jacket with any shorts and crop top and you’re good to go. Your boyfriend’s jacket not only keeps you warm but also gives you the utmost stylish look. I have combined the entire look with some hand accessories, shades and boots.
Crop Top – Shein.
Shorts – Thailand Shoes – SSS
Shades – Shein.
Hand Accessories – Amazon
2. Pair with palazzo pant:
This look is totally sexy yet perfect for winters. Palazzo pants are something which I’m experimenting so much now-a-days. So in this look I have combined the jacket with a crop top, pallazzo pant, shades, boots and a sling bag. Perfect for any morning day out or even a simple winter party.
Top – Shein.
Palazzo – Go Colours
Shoes – SSS
Shades – H&m.
Bag – Shein.
3. Pair with shirt and denims:
The perfect look for heavy winters. I have combined the jacket with a bright printed shirt and a pair of denims. You can layer it with your inner cotton thermal for some extra warmth. I love this bright printed shirt of synthetic material but the best part is it needs very less maintenance. I totally adore these types of materials because you never get disappointed with these as these don’t crease and no need of ironing 😀 . Put shades and sneakers to make the entire look complete.
Shirt – Shein.
Denims – GAP.
Shoes – H&M.
Shades – Lulu & Sky.
These are the ways I felt so comfortable to wear. Do let me know if you have any other idea!
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Photographs courtesy: Swarnendu Ghosh
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