Chalet Chic - The Trend and How to Wear it.
As much as we may live in denial, winter is well on its way. Although the drop in temperatures and frosty mornings aren’t the most enjoyable, winter isn’t all doom and gloom. There’s nothing like a winter weekend away at a chalet snuggling up by a roaring fire and drinking hot cocoa. Even if you can’t spare a weekend to escape to a rural haven, it doesn’t mean you can’t dress like it. Comfy sweaters, fleece lined leggings and the perfect pajamas are exactly what you need for a weekend chalet getaway (or a cozy weekend at home with the girls or your BF). Whether you’re actually snuggling up in a chalet this winter or staying home but want to feel like you’re somewhere else, the chalet chic trend is one you can't help but love. So, here’s your guide to the chalet chic trend and how to wear it.
A cozy sweater is the mandatory uniform for a relaxing winter weekend spent at a chalet. The added detail and fairisle design on these warm, cozy sweaters takes a simple outfit from drab to instantly fab. Cozy up on the couch with your favourite book or wear it out and about on a casual Saturday. These totally on-trend sweaters put the WIN in winter.
When it comes to leggings, fleece lined are better than the rest, particularly during late fall/winter. Leggings are perfect for snuggling on the couch with a mug of hot cocoa, getting those errands done around the house or for outdoor activities. A cozy crewneck sweater paired with some comfy printed leggings = the ultimate chalet chic.
If you're not leaving the house, what's the point in getting dressed at all? Prepare yourself for a pyjama party in the perfect matching Pajama sets. Whether you’re more of a waffle weave, luxe velour or sophisticated satin kind of girl, the perfect pjs are out there for you. Because if you can't wear pajamas on a cold winter's day, when can you? Plus, you and your friends all dressed in the same pjs = squad goals.
So, it's time to get your chalet-chic on. Grab yourself a cozy sweater, fleece-lined leggings and a mug of hot cocoa, put on your favourite movie and relax. It'll be summer before you know it. So tell us, what's your favourite way to spend a cold winter's day?