Winter Fashion


Got a literal cold feet situation? Boots. Broke your toenail while dancing your heart out at the New Year’s party? Boots. Feeling as active as a sloth? Boots. Feeling “Vogue”? Boots.

Boots are the ultimate saviour. With “Dilli ki sardi” hitting us hard, the halos over boots only become more visible.

With winter in full bloom, it is time to go back to your cart where you saved those pair of boots to combat Delhi’s very own feet freezing January.

For the days when you feel like life is not that bad, take out your old friend out- jeans! Pair it up with a pair of calf-length boots, put on a high neck sweater and a long coat and you are good to go. Here is an advantage- the traitor denims that left you midway for those dirty ankle ends might not be an issue anymore.

For just another lazy college day, get your hoodies to work, put on your denims and get yourself a humble pair of flat-fleece lined boots.


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We have got you covered even for days when sudden parties and dates knock on your door. Get your acquaintance- loose sweater from the bottom-most shelf of your wardrobe, get a wide belt and put on knee-high boots. If you feel like the inner diva needs to vent out, do not hesitate from adding a bold element of thigh-high boots.

For the street style look which needs no introduction, get your cargo pants, oversized knitted sweater, an infinite scarf, a beanie and lace-up boots. Viola! Your Instagram feed gets a treat.

 Pull off power dressing with the “bell-bottoms & boots” master plan. Take out those bell-bottoms and tuck in a knitted sweater. Put on a blazer and finish the look with classic leather boots. A statement piece adds a kick to the outfit.

When it comes to boots, one cannot help but think about fests. Don’t look at, but look like the Vogue model you had your eyes glued on to. Fetch a well fitted high neck sweater, denim skirt a chunky pair of earrings and ankle boots for the perfect chic look.

Style tip #101: Get your peep toe heels out of the closet’s darkest cranny and find stockings of the same colour. Prick a hole at the bottom of the stockings and wear the stockings over the heels, letting the hole fit under the heel and slide the stockings up to achieve the sock-fit boots look without burning a hole in your pocket.

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Priyanshi Banerjee

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The exam season is over, and the new semester has arrived in all its glory of hectic schedules as well as the excitement of college fests.

It is finally time to get out of the blanket, and dress up for the designated socialising. Here are five sweater styles
you must try this winter to ace the appearance and the comfort factors:
1. Turtleneck
The thing about turtlenecks is that these are hard to resist because of the wholesome vibe in freezing winters.
They are favourable for winters because every inch of the torso feels uniformly warm. Add to the warmth with the
regal and sophisticated appearance turtlenecks have, and then make sure to add this king of sweater styles in your
wardrobe’s must-have list.

Image Credits: Yes Style
Image Credits: Yes Style

2. Fisherman Sweater
With the best type of knit, the cable-knit adds to the aesthetic of this sweater, the Fisherman makes you fall in love
instantly upon wearing. The knit makes it the warmest style of sweater, and the styling is easy-going. To make the best of your attire, wear a fedora hat and boots with it.
3. Ribbed Sweaters
More tame than the versatile fashion of cable-knit, this style of sweater provides more textures to experiment with. The many layers one has to don to brace the cold, the texture provides a way to overlook the bulk. When oversized, these stylish sweaters give a fresh look of an entire dress. Pair with white sneakers for a cool and chic look.

Image Credits: Namshi
Image Credits: Namshi

4. Cardigans
There is no winter wardrobe more incomplete than the one without good cardigans. Available in a wide-ranging variety of options in patterns, fabrics, and colours, they make the best everyday companions. The cropped cardigan look is also an excellent choice for pairing with pants, skirts, or denim. Cropped cardigans make for a cute
appearance with frocks and blend just as beautifully with tops.

Image Credits: Diksha Rawat
Image Credits: Diksha Rawat

5. Zip sweaters
Due to the many, many clothes one has to carry around in the winters, the lives of outstation students become
a packing nightmare. Having half-zip or full-zip sweaters to your wardrobe increases your styling options due to the
versatility. These are amicable towards other sweaters, for you get to wear button-down shirts and many other things underneath. Throw it on while heading to the destination in the cold, and take it off if you feel warm in an indoor setting.

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Image Credits: LLBean


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Anushree Joshi
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With the onset of fall, chilly air streams curl down our sleeves. Who doesn’t love winters? With exams on the front, we decide to hibernate: sleep endlessly under those warmest blankets, the decor of the room setting the right mood. Amidst this, the plan is to create new style statements that combat the cold whilst making us a fashion icon.

Auburn brings you a couture to explore your type of warmer: furry coats, denim jackets, or the exclusive leather ones.

For him:

1. On days when the wind is fierce, a longer coat can really be your best friend. Trench Coats cover down to the knees when buttoned.

2. A scarf is not enough to keep the neck warm, and Turtlenecks are an awesome first line of defense against those frigid winds.

3. Half-Cardigans keep you safe from the winters and also give loud signals of being a stud!

4. Hooded Jackets serve the purpose when it comes to comfort and warmth. They look fluffy and give the perfect winter look.

5. Denim Jackets have been an all all-time favourite. These might not be very chill-safe yet they are your perfect pals when it comes to fashion sense.

6. Bikes, Boots, Babes and Leather Jackets! Every guy must own one of these, it is undoubtedly a safe option!

For her:

1. Quilted Jackets with hoodies are the best for the warmth; they help us keep safe from the freezing cold while maintaining a fashion sense.

2. Initially Blazers were typically worn as officewear, but now they are in fashion as informal wear. Perfect for an interview or your office wear, you can team them up with trousers. You can even wear a casual look by picking up a cotton or linen blazer and a pair of denims.

3. This year was full of prints! Printed Jackets add the right amount of poise in the usual boring winter wear. You can find them in animal prints, 3D prints or blossoming florals.

4. Trenchcoats are a great buzz. Wear them over a sweater or a dress and look dazzling. They are a great pal in the snow and unlike woollen coats they are light weight and waterproof.

5. This season is all about the Faux-Fur Coat. Turn up the texture and team up with dark colours and high collars for some gothic romance.

6. If you want an adventurous or bold look then Biker Jacket is something girl must have. It’s a sort of short coat with hip length. Its made of leather generally and coloured in black, but if you want you can go for other colours too. Biker jacket with a pair of blue jeans gives you a smart and fashionable look.


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Radhika Boruah
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