While the cold season might remind you of good memories such as Christmas and hot chocolate by the fire, your feet might shiver with fear just at the thought of dropping temperatures.
As you may know, your body extremities are the first to get cold when the temperature starts to drop including your feet and hands.
Fortunately, there are ways to keep your feet warm that don’t involve wearing a ski suit around the office all winter long.
Here are 5 fashion tips to help keep your feet warm in the winter and still look stylish!
1. Wear tights under everything
Keep your feet and legs warm by always choosing to wear a pair of warm tights under your skirts and dresses, as well as your pants. The extra layer is just what your feet and legs will need to stay warm when the temperature starts to drop.
2. Wear socks over your tights
It’s always recommended to wear a pair of socks over your tights especially during the colder months when you’re wearing tights with boots. Besides protecting your tights from unwanted snags or tears, socks will keep your feet warm.
3. Choose the right socks…
If you’re going to wear socks over your tights, be sure to choose the right ones. In winter, you won’t want to wear your super trendy fishnet sockettes, but instead a warm pair of ankle socks. Fortunately, there are tons of cute warm sock options including glitter socks that you’ll want to actually show off. Over-the-knee socks are also a great option for the cold months to keep your feet and legs warm when wearing skirts or dresses.
4. …And the right boots
Keeping your feet warm during the winter starts with choosing the right boots. Opt for a pair that are water resistant and that have thick soles to properly insulate your feet.
5. Opt for leg warmers
Leg warmers will not only keep your legs and ankles warm, but your feet too! Choose a pair that cover your feet, but that still have open toe and heel detailing so they fit well in your winter boots. Style meets function with this little accessory and it has never looked so good!
How are you keeping warm and stylish this winter?