Fashion Faux Pas You Didn’t Know You Always Made During Winter

When the winter begins, then even the trendiest people forget their fashion and style in the face of the cold. However, whatever may be your method of dressing for keeping yourself warm, there are certain fashion mistakes that just cannot be condoned. Year after year, men repeat the same mistakes when it comes to dressing up. Here are some of the most common faux you must avoid this season:




1. Wearing Bulky Layers:

Layer upon layer of bulky garments will surely keep you warm, but so many heavy layers also make you look large and puffy. When it comes to menswear, invest in light, warm clothes made with heavy jersey or cotton, for you that layered look.



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2. Not Accessorizing:

Winter comes with a host of fashion accessories that also work to keep you warm. Gloves, hats, and scarves take your outfit up a notch and also keep you cosy. Invest in some standard pieces and stay in touch with the fashion world.



Related: Scarf Out: How to wear scarves this winter?


3. Shelving Your Good Shoes:

You may want to keep your good shoes safe from the wet, dirty winter streets but that will definitely bring down your overall style outfit. You can buy fleece lined boots, or other such winter footwear which won’ deteriorate easily and also look nice!



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4. Wearing Only Dull Colours:

Most winter clothes come in darker colours like grey, blue, and black. Going with the wintery theme we also tend to buy more of these colours ignoring the latest style. Remember to add pops of colour in your outfit to not look totally dull.



Related: How to wear colored blazers with jeans this winter?


These mistakes are easy to make, but if you get aware are a little careful, then these are simple enough to avoid as well. Just follow these few basic rules, and though you might not be the most fashionable guy on the street, you won’t at least have to need to worry about making any major fashion faux pas.