Staying warm in the winter doesn’t have be with unsightly peacoats and itchy wool pants. With so many new trends and outfit ideas for the winter season, we can definitely be warm and stylish at the same time! All we need are a few key pieces to add to our wardrobe in the most popular colors for winter 2013.
We’re going to share with you our favorite winter outfits, complete with a color chart with this winter’s color trends.
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Anoraks are making a comeback. They’re functional and stylish at the same time. Add a few gold accessories to make it more chic than sporty.Via Ol Green Eyes
We love this outfit idea by Ol Green Eyes. The pop of red and tan will cozy up any dark outfit.
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Also loving this outfit idea by Curve Design. Yellow will make a smooth transition into the springtime. Try a colorful tunic that will keep you warm in the winter with a jacket, but can also be a great piece when the weather gets warmer.
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Wedge booties and chelsea boots are staples for many in the winter. Try a wedge bootie for a fancier night out, and a pair of classic chelsea boots for running errands in style.
We’ve loving the wedge booties and the anorak. What trends have you been trying this winter? Let us know in the comments below and share with us your favorite winter trends!
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The holiday season may be over, but this doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy our favorite holiday drinks! A popular drink for the holidays (beside the famous Pumpkin Spice Latte we posted about last year) is the eggnog latte. This yummy drink is served during the cold winter months, and perfect for the chilly January.
This drink is actually easier to make than you think! We’re going to share with you a quick and simple recipe to make at home. It may not be as fancy as ones from a coffee shop, but it is equally as delicious!
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- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/2 cup eggnog
- 1-1/2 oz of brewed espresso (depending on how strong you want your latte)
- ground nutmeg (fresh preferred) for garnish and tasting
- whipped cream
Brew the espresso, and set it aside in a cup. In a saucepan, heat up the milk and eggnog on low-medium heat. Once it reaches a slow boil, remove from heat and pour it into the cup. (Be careful, it’s piping hot!) When you are ready to serve, top with a generous helping of whipped cream and sprinkle on some nutmeg on top to taste and garnish.
It’s as simple as that! Enjoy this cozy drink by the fireplace, and don’t forget to invite friends and family! We hope everyone will enjoy this quick recipe. Adjust it in any way you want to personalize it to your taste!
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Last year, we posted a fun project idea to make your own DIY Holiday Snow Globes for Christmas (click here for post), and since then, we’ve seen so many more renditions of this project that we thought we should share more ideas with everyone!
We think these snow globes are perfect for winter. It brings the beauty of snow indoors without the cold! Keep reading for more pictures and inspiration! We can’t wait to share some of our favorite finds!
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These lovely DIY snow globes are great for the holidays and winter. Not only can these be made with supplies found around your home, you can customize it in any way you like! Fill your snow globe with craft snow flakes and glitter to create your own snowy winter wonderland in a jar! For more information regarding the images, please refer back to the link. Happy DIY-ing!
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