Here in Vermont, we’re no strangers to the chill of winter. With snow flying from November to March (and sometimes even April!) and temperatures that don’t climb above 30 for several months, we get plenty of practice dressing warm. For those that spend their winter days outside, warm layers, fleece lined pants, and warm, waterproof boots are simple enough to pull on before heading out into the cold. But for those who spend more time indoors than out, dressing warm can be a bit more of a challenge. The cozy layers fit for days spent outside are often too warm for the indoors, and can feel bulky and unflattering under every day outfits.
Fortunately, we’ve learned plenty of ways to layer up against the cold without feeling like we’re dressed to spend the day on a mountaintop. Here are four tips to keep you feeling warm while still looking stylish. From sweaters to dresses to outerwear you’ll love; The Vermont Country Store has got you covered with styles that will last for years to come!
Dress Warm: Layer Your Wardrobe
As you can see, it can be easy to mix and match everyday items. You can build a winter wardrobe that’s fashionable, figure flattering, and most importantly, toasty warm with just a few staples. What are your favorite winter weather clothing items? Tell us in the comments below!