Cool outerwear hijab styles

It’s that time of the year when all you think of is let’s talk serious layering. Packable styles and real cold winter pairings are a long line of old trends such as faux-fur and leather and upgraded chunky sweaters, heavy overcoats, puffer jackets and reliable parkas.

To fend for yourself in the cold season nothing beats a down jacket which doesn’t mean you’re giving up on style. A mid-thigh down jacket in khaki, mustard and earthy tones has proven to be a bestseller in many top stores. Team it with your skinnies and thigh high boots is an approved chic combo.

Faux-fur coats and jackets have grown sublimely in cuts, styles and colors. A knee-length faux-fur coat in tan or camel would pair perfectly with an orange lightweight fitted top, plaid pants and white chunky sneakers.

Teddy coats also offer a variety of pairing options. Go for super cool color themes for your teddy collection such as the trending pink, lavender, crème and soft powder blue. Or, try on a plaid pattern double breasted teddy with white fleece lining teamed with a light wash straight denim pants and black boots.
Practical, warm and versatile that’s what parkas are all about in a nut shell.

This winter opt for an oversized faux-fur trim sporty parka in powder blue. Throw it over an all-black combo of a crewneck top, sweat pants and chunky runners. Look relaxed and super cool in street-wear style opting for a faux-fur puffer jacket in black, navy blue, greys and it also comes in brighter shades.

Invest in a real suede biker jacket in tan or a black faux-leather moto jacket which’ll pair perfectly with midi and longer skirts for a figure flattering outfit.

Long cardigans allow for layering with scarves and knitwear separates. A hooded knot mid-thigh cardigan in grey, a ruffled symmetric long cardigan or chunky open front cardigans are chic options for this stylish outerwear.
To complement such looks you’ll have to be picky when it comes to throwing a scarf or have the right kind of boots. Keep on scrolling for more on warm and chic looks that we’ll practically live in this cold season.
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This article was written by guest author Reham selim.