Winter Blues

This title may read as if to say I am feeling Blue, and I am …in my fashion!! LOL…let’s see how blue transcends and inspires for some eye catching pallets for the cold days of winter!

Blue prints are a great way to introduce a base to pair solids with! Adding texture like this vest helps create an irreplaceable look! This blue faux fur vest is gorgeous! Over the knee boots are a great investment that can be styled up or down. While looking on Poshmark you can find similar boots. Adding accessories with blue accents will tie the look together.

To create a winter blue doesn’t necessarily mean head to toe! Pair it with other colors like lavender! I really liked the way this hand made bag gifted to me from The butterfly Villa worked with my sheer summer dress turned skirt and houndstooth jacket! If you don’t try you’ll never know if you like the way it pairs!!

Take your blues to the dark side with black vegan leather leggings or any kind of legging for that matter! I used a jean dress as a long shirt, added my vegan leather vest for an edgy look. If you need a blue pop invest in this Gucci kids scarf for a timeless classic that will never go out of style!!

For some wearing white pants in winter is frowned upon…GET OVER IT!! Seriously nothing as good as a white and blue combo in winter! Try these pants from Express! Add pops here and there with socks, scarves and even boot laces!! Be creative with where you can add color!

Cream is just as captivating as white! Here I layered a skirt and dress. This is a great way to incorporate ALL of your wardrobe ALL year long. This paisley print dress has added pops. Layers are a must for winter.

So if winter has you feeling blue…turn that frown upside down. Add some blue in your winter wardrobe. It can be chic and dressy or a look to have a snowball fight in.

Feeling inspired from this post!? #getahinch and @hinchology to inspire fashion fun and feeling good on the inside and out.

Until next style,

Xo,

Nicole

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Hinchology came to mind when putting unexpected outfits together. I love to mix up brands that may otherwise never meet. I refer to the elements, principals and colors of art to influence my everyday looks.

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