With the mercury dipping and winter finally here, it’s time to break out our winter wardrobe. Here are 5 scarf-and-jacket combinations to try out during the colder months. The best part about layering your outfit with a scarf and jacket is that if it gets warmer through the day, you can shed either or both and still look as stylish as ever. Fall in love with these beautiful combos…
5 Scarf & Jackets Combination Styles You Must Try!
For pops of colour
Get winter-ready with pastel shades for your casual wear. Layer your outfit with Ginger’s solid jacket in a light pink hue. The cropped design comes with a spread collar, flap pockets and prominent buttons. You can throw the white printed scarf from Ginger over it. Detailed with quirky multi-coloured prints, the pink patterns will go well with the jacket.
For an earthy touch
If you like nature themes, you will absolutely love the white scarf from Ginger, detailed with broad tropical leaves in olive green. It will look gorgeous paired with the olive green biker jacket, also from Ginger. It is embellished with distinct metal zips and accents – characteristic of these jacket styles.
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For chic neutrals
The casual beige jacket from Code is a showstopper on its own. With luxe polyester fabric on the outside, the long jacket is defined by the collared neckline with a faux fur trim. Pairing this jacket with Ginger’s printed stole in multi-coloured stripes is one of the many ways to wear scarves with jackets.
For a monochrome vibe
If monochrome dressing is in your repertoire, this combo with the best winter scarf and denim jacket is perfect for you. Ginger’s blue and white stole with a tie-dye effect is easy to style with the stonewashed denim jacket from Levi’s. Try a double denim look by teaming them with skinny jeans.
For a fashion statement
Can you wear a scarf with a jacket? How about with a shrug instead? Let your accessories do the talking with the vibrant pink textured stole from Ginger. Wrap it around your neck with both sides hanging down to let it be the centre of your outfit. A black shrug, like this one from Code, and black pants will complete this look to perfection.