Winter 21/22 Style Look Book

Hey sweetie pies, what’s good? I am so excited to share this season’s lookbook for style inspiration! This look book features a few client looks and handbags from my boutique! Knee-high boots are in every shoe lover’s wardrobe this season. From patent to butter leather to suede – I created these style sets with boots in mind. I also have a few looks with other footwear to bring some variation. 

Dark Florals

Who said that florals can’t be worn year-round? Florals can be the perfect feminine flair for your seasonal looks if you opt for a rich, jewel tone. (Purple, green, blue, red) This dark floral dress pairs perfectly with this rich plum trench coat. These beaded tassel earrings are super fun and bring out the mauve shade in the dress. Purple gloves because it’s cold af. Black knee-high boots and the Tami shoulder bag for the win.

Animal Print

Snakeskin print boots are super trendy for this season. Whether you are pairing them with neutrals or colors, they are the perfect accouterment for any outfit. I opted for luxe neutrals with black, gray, nude, and metallic. A wrap dress is flattering on every figure. This champagne puffer coat is definitely giving lux + comfort! Oversized sunnies and puffer chain strap shoulder bag to finish this look off!

Green Boots

I love a chic-colored boot. Green has been everywhere this season. Instead of pairing it with the usual white and black, or even baby pink…let’s try NEON! This bold watermelon-hued blazer is stunning paired with dark green. Because they’re different tones, they balance each other out. The accessories are just as bold and eccentric. A mini handbag in a bright hue, structured gold earrings, a printed scarf, and a belt to cinch everything together.

Printed Outerwear

If your outerwear is what people see the most of, why not be bold? Stand out in the sea of black and brown coats with printed faux fur. This one has so much going on that I kept the rest of the outfit pretty basic. A white lace bodysuit – perfect for layering underneath a sweater. Black denim and black boots together are a simple and chic addition. I love the studded detail on this pair. Lastly, this bright neon bag brings out some more color.

Daytime Sequins

Daytime sequins have always been a normal thing to me but the world is catching on. The key is to dress the sequined piece down, to make it casual. Pair it with knitwear, cotton, soft fabrics that are breathable. This sweater is so cute and fun. I love the use of the various colors and shapes. A bright fuchsia coat because why not? I think that Drew brings out more of those warm tones in the sweater.

Animal Print II

In my opinion, leopard print is neutral, especially when it’s done in neutral colors. These boots will pair well with any color but I kept the look in neutral colors so it can be easily replicated. A leather trench coat, leather skirt, and oversized sunnies add personality and texture. This soft bodysuit is perfect for creating some contrast. The Cleo bag worn here as a shoulder bag finishes out the look.

Suede Boots

Oh how I love me a suede boot. These vibrant mustard boots are swoon-worthy! I named this look “Shades of Autumn” because I love how the color palette is reminiscent of Fall. The olive sweater dress is great for highlighting your curves with this mermaid silhouette. The knit pattern draws the eye inward and up. A luxurious fur coat to keep warm and a suede Baker’s boy hat to match. I love the Drew handbag here adding more texture and depth to this look.

Color Blocking

I started this look with the clutch and then added the dress. I liked pairing the warm with the cool. This plum trench coat is super luxe and the rich tone really elevates the look. These ankle booties are so fun and anchor the entire look. Dark hat and sunnies to accessorize without competing.

White Boots

White chunky boots have been trending since early Fall. For this look, I opted for a snow day look. A simple sweater with fleece-lined sweat pants for added warmth. This Balenciaga leather coat is super chic. This coat is lined on the interior and the fur collar so it will keep you warm during these cold months.  To complete this look, I opted for the Bella mini.

Structured Apparel

Apparel with structure and movement is everything at the moment. These dramatic sleeves are stunning while the corset-style midsection provides contrast. Olive pairs beautifully with the color camel. The Cleopatra bucket bag and these boots look so good with the dress. Gold structured earrings and tortoiseshell sunglasses with gold hardware round out the look.

Neon

Colorblocking neon in particular has been seen on the runway and all over Instagram. Between thrifting fashionistas and designer divas, color blocking with bold neons is the wave. I started with the neon yellow dress, pairing it with the Flamez bag. I opted for this camo

Oversized

Oversized sweaters, blazers, denim – you name it! All can be styled easily for the winter months. For a more affordable option, go raid your bae’s closet for an oversized sweater or button-down. I raid my husband’s closet occasionally for an easy look. To stay warm, opt for an over-the-knee boot or a thigh-high. A newsboy cap to keep the look casual and chic. Oversized sunnies for those bummy days. Vicky handbag to complete the look. This is definitely a look that I would put together for an effortless feel.

Over the Knee Boots

This one is a given but I definitely needed to create a look. I love these tall white boots for the winter. I paired them with this pastel blazer dress. Normally pastels are reserved for the Spring but why not do something different?! These sunnies are super chic and playful. I pulled colors from these to create this look. A berry-colored coat with fuchsia gloves, the Elle Wristlet in pink, and a red hat is a major color-blocking moment. Lastly, these earrings add a little sparkle. This look is perfect for all the color lovers out there.

Maxi Skirts & Dresses

Maxi skirts and dresses paired with boots are a stylish combo this season. This is a great way to dress warm and feminine. The print on this dress and the use of warm colors against the black are very striking. I opted to keep the rest of this look in neutral colors drawn from the dress. Sleek pointed-toe boots with a leather trench coat are giving textural chic. An oversized pair of sunnies, the Drew handbag, and gold hoop earrings complete the look.

Velvet + Dramatic Sleeves

Velvet was seen everywhere for the holidays. This is a fabulous look for a night out. This dress is simply gorgeous – from the color to the design. Clothes reflect the 80s in terms of structure and aesthetics. I am in love with the sleeves on this dress providing depth. The Chloe clutch is the perfect fit. Big enough to hold everything and this nude blends in perfectly. A pair of dangling diamond earrings and sequined boots to shine all night.

Color Metallic

Shiny metallic has been everywhere this holiday season as well. Bold, shiny, glittery, or metallic have been grazing designers and fast-fashion brands alike. This one should ruffled bodysuit is super fun. To keep that fun, glam motif going, I opted for sequined pants with ombre sequined boots. Crystal dangling earrings and the Tami shoulder bag complete this look. I would definitely wear this look for a girls night out.

Which look was your favorite? What trend was your favorite to wear this season? Let me know in the comments! If you like these types of posts, check out my other lookbooks here and here. For more outfit inspiration, check out my Pinterest board.

“I want people to see the dress, but focus on the woman.” —Vera Wang

XO, Stormie

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