Shopping for winter clothing tends to make a bigger impact on our wallets (heavy coats, jackets, and boots usually come with heftier price tags, after all). But we’ve found a few ways to make your seasonal wardrobe appear more expensive without having to break the bank. From mixing textures to looking for heavier knits, here are nine tricks that will give you a more luxe look.
Check out our tips for making your winter wardrobe look expensive!
Adding a belt around your waist not only accentuates your figure, it also adds dimension to a simple coat. Bonus points if the coat and belt are in the same color palette.
It’s an indisputable fact: Smooth, shiny leather-on-leather always looks—and feels—incredibly luxurious.
Knits that pill or are too thin don’t look expensive, so when shopping, look for a heavier jacquard knit that’s sturdy and won’t slump.
Mix knit weights by pairing a heavier cable knit with a fine knit jacket.
Acne Studios Davina Mix Mohair-Blend Sweater in Beige ($288)
Beanies give off a youthful vibe. Get a more sophisticated look by pulling on a wool hat as an alternative.
Catarzi Exclusive for ASOS Classic Fedora Hat ($66)
By wearing a statement necklace over your turtleneck, you’ll add glamour to a basic that can often times feel plain or conservative on its own.
Anytime cool layering’s involved, your outfit suddenly seems a tad more thoughtful.
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The supple texture of both fabrics keeps your look expensive.
Mango Textured Shoulder Sweater (Similar) ($39)
Keep your ensemble streamlined by pulling on opaque tights. Not only will this trick keep you warm, it’ll help your outfit look more multi-dimensional.