10 February 2014

How to stay active in the cold

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Cold weather can often mean many prefer the indoors to the outdoors. However, the great outdoors can be beautiful at all times of the year. From cliff walks on a crisp winter's day to puddle jumping in the rain, the possibilities are endless. It is however important to dress for the occasion,
Warm and cosy outerwear in the shape of womens coats are a great idea, especially if you intend to spend as much time outdoors as possible. Such coats will complement your outfit perfectly, whilst allowing you to brave the weather.
This year, classic fashion staples include the likes of simple coats created in cashmere, fur and leather. There are a few rules to abide by when it comes to deciding on the best outdoor essentials and you should begin by considering the climate as well as the places in which you wish to wear the coat.
For example, if you love the beach come rain or shine, a waterproof coat is a wiser option that that of a fur ensemble. However, if you intend to wear the coat to an evening do,a more sophisticated style may be more apt.

What's good for the body is good for the soul...

Another great advantage to dressing up in the cold is beating any cold weather blues you might be experiencing. Regardless of what the weather may throw at us, wearing a vivid hue on a cold, dull day is certainly one way to put a smile on our faces.
Once wrapped up, only then can you enjoy everything the outdoor world has to offer. Rain, sleet, wind and snow can have a detrimental effect on our clothing if it's not designed to cope with it so make sure you choose items which offer protection as well as style. If you wish to protect these items further then you can choose to invest in a protective spray or wax which will give your favourite coat, bag and shoes a longer lifespan.
Regardless of whether you enjoy long walks, winter runs or gardening in all weathers, it's important to stay warm and the fashion world has plenty of attractive items to help you do just that. Match your new coat with earmuffs, scarves, hats and gloves and show the weather that nothing can get in your way!

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1 comment:

Helen C said...

Fab post, so original and on point! I love the photo too! :-) xx

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