‘Dress warmly’ in Canada doesn’t mean to layer a sweater with a stylishly opened coat – we wish! Here, we bundle up from head to toe in the bulkiest, warmest knits and outerwear we can find, and sometimes, it’s not the most fashionable look. Are you a Canadian divinista looking to mix your personal style and (actually) warm clothing? Us too! Take a look at our favorite winter looks, taken straight from the ‘Gram.
This stunning all-white look is cozy and stylish — and the tuque (and dog) is adorable. If you’re from somewhere colder, make sure to zip up your coat and opt for a shorter option so that your boots can shine.
The stunning touch of blue is a beautiful pop of color for dark, gray winters. If the wool jacket doesn’t keep you warm enough, make sure to purchase one that is doubled on the inside.
For our divinistas in Montreal who have suffered through the freezing days that just passed by, opt for an all black look on casual days. A puffier winter coat pairs well with a tight thermal shirt underneath and a matching tuque!
We’re going to be trying out this one! On days where the weather is by your side, take the plunge with a lighter and shorter jacket and instead throw on a blanket scarf to create the look of a cape. That’ll make for a pretty Instagram picture too!
Taking the weekend off for a winter getaway? Hiking, skiing… Just remember to dress up warm! A winter vest and workout leggings are a stylish combo for a sporty weekend.
Puffer jackets are in this season, and they’re a great way to combine warmth and style. Style them with tighter pants to create depth in your look — and they look stunning with leather. And that touch of blue? Wow!
If you feel boring in a simple winter coat, use accessories to spice it up. A structured bag, a loose beanie, and stylish sunglasses are enough to do the trick.
A leather biker jacket with lined fur inside is an edgy alternative for a larger, unfitted winter coat. Pair it with mittens and a matching tuque for a clean and warm look and you’re ready to go!