Classically Cozy Things To Wear On The Chilliest Of Days

Everyone loves winter. The snow, the cold, and the holidays are all great reasons to bundle up in cozy sweaters and hats. But even as you bundle up, there are some things you should avoid at all costs: Shorts, Flip-flops (yes, even if they're waterproof), and other items that can make winter even more uncomfortable than it already is.
By adding these nine items to your wardrobe for the chilly season ahead, you'll be set for a season full of warmth and style!

Classic Cozy Things To Wear This Winter

Following is a list of the best and most classy clothes to wear on the chilliest of days:

Silk Long Sleeve Shirts

Silk is a natural fabric, and it's known for being soft. This makes it an excellent choice for winter when you need something to keep you warm but want to maintain comfort. Silk can be worn on its own or layered under other pieces of clothing--it's elastic enough that even if you're wearing multiple layers of silk shirts (and maybe even some sweaters), they won't feel bulky or heavy.

Silk also drapes elegantly without clinging too tightly to your body shape--making it ideal for layering under blazers or jackets in colder temperatures!

Silk long-sleeve shirts come in many different styles: polo tops with buttoned collars, button-down shirts with cuffs, v-neck blouses with lace trimming around the neckline...the list goes on!

Bell Sleeves Blouses

The bell sleeve blouse is an essential piece to have in your closet. It can be worn with jeans or a pencil skirt, and looks great under a jacket or cardigan. The bell sleeves add warmth while still being stylish enough to wear out on the town!

The best part about these tops is that they look good with anything! You could wear them with jeans for casual days, or dress them up with a pencil skirt for work meetings. If you're going somewhere fancy after work (or want to feel extra fancy), try pairing them with heels and jewelry for an evening out on the town.

Beanies And Scarves

A beanie and scarf are two of the essential accessories that you can have in your closet. Scarves are a great way to add color to an outfit, while beanies are a must-have for keeping your head warm on chilly days. They're also straightforward to find--you can find them in many different colors and styles at any store! If you're looking for something more unique than what's out there already, try making your beanie or scarf with some yarn from home.

Shawls and Wraps

Shawls and wraps are a great way to keep warm, but they're also stylish and versatile. They can be worn in many different ways. For example, you can drape a shawl over your shoulders or neck like a scarf. You can also tie it around your waist as an accessory or use it as a blanket when you're watching Netflix on the couch.

Shawls are perfect for accessorizing an outfit because they come in so many different patterns, colors, and materials, so no matter what look you want, there is bound to be something out there for everyone.

UGG Boots

UGG boots are the ultimate in winter comfort. They're cozy and warm, but also cute and stylish! You can wear them with jeans, leggings or even dresses. If you want to add an extra layer of warmth to your outfit (or if it's freezing out), throw on a sweater or scarf over your UGGs.

UGGs are also great for transitional seasons like fall because they're perfect for layering--they look great under boots when it's chilly outside and then become more revealing once the weather warms up again.

Cable Knit Sweaters

Cable knit sweaters are a classic piece that can be worn in any season. They are one of the warmest, coziest sweaters and work well with jeans or leggings on cooler days.

They can also be layered over dresses for extra warmth on those chilly days when you don't want to wear a coat but still need something else to keep you warm!

Cables add interest to simple patterns, making cable knit sweaters more interesting than plain ones. Cable-knit designs come in many different styles and materials, including wool blends (which tend to be warmer), cotton blends (which tend to be lighter weight), acrylics (which tend to be cheaper), etc.

Winter-Ready Cardigans

Cardigans are a great layering piece for winter weather. They can be worn with almost anything, from jeans to dresses and everything in between. They're also affordable to stay warm without breaking the bank on expensive outerwear.

That being said, there's nothing worse than having a bulky sweater that you can't move your arms in or feeling like your cardigan doesn't fit over your clothes--it makes it hard not only on yourself but also those around you.

Booties or Long Socks

If you live in a cold climate, one of the best ways to keep your feet warm is by wearing booties. These are socks with boots attached to them at the ankle. They are often made from wool or other fabrics that keep your feet nice and cozy on those chilly days when you're outside for long periods.

If you have trouble keeping your legs warm in winter, then long socks may be just what the doctor ordered! 

Long socks can come up past your knees--or even higher--and provide extra protection from frostbite during these cold months. If you'd rather not wear two pairs of pants at once (a common trick among people who want their legs covered), try pairing some long stockings with high-top sneakers instead.

Snug-Fit Jeans

Jeans are your best bet if you're looking for a classic piece that will go with everything. They can be dressed up or down, and they're comfortable enough to be worn on the chilliest of days. Jeans are also great for layering--you can add tights underneath them when it's cold out, or throw on an oversize sweater when it's not quite as chilly.

If you're going out to dinner with friends in the wintertime (or if you want to feel extra cozy), snuggly jeans are perfect! You'll want to wear them with boots or sneakers, so they don't look too casual while keeping things warm inside your shoes (and saving space).


We hope you've enjoyed this list of cozy things to wear on the chilliest days. We know that winter can be a challenging time for fashion, but we also believe there is no reason to give up your sense of style just because it's cold outside! 

Whether you choose one item from our list or all nine, we hope that you find something here that speaks to who you are and helps keep you warm on those chilly nights when all you want is some hot chocolate by the fire.

Fredrick West

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