8 Must-Have Winter Outfits for Men and Women

If you tend to use words like ‘unbearable’ and ‘agonizing’ to describe winters, it might be because you haven’t found the perfect winter outfit yet. Wearing something that actually keeps you warm — whether it’s a fleece jacket, a quilted pullover, or a thick, hooded sweatshirt — will change your entire outlook about this lovely season, especially if you opt for something toasty and stylish.

To help you in this endeavor, we’ve put together a list of the warmest and most on-trend winter outfits. While these options will keep you insulated, we made sure they are also lightweight and super-breathable. Take a look!

1. Men’s Fleece Jackets
When the weather gets too unpredictable, it’s better to err on the side of caution and layer up in an outfit that keeps you cosy without weighing you down. Typically made from polyester, fleece can trap body heat effectively and sustain it for long periods of time.

Fleece jackets are extremely soft and lightweight, which makes them versatile enough to be useful on the colder days of autumn or spring. They’re also moisture-resistant and come with a long shelf life, so you won’t have to wash your jackets too often.

When picking up a fleece jacket for yourself, make sure to choose the right type according to how cold it usually gets where you live.

2. Men’s Windcheaters
Also known as wind jackets, windcheaters are a super-lightweight type of winter outfit that shields you against the wind. These are also crafted from synthetic materials and enhanced with hoods and elastic waistbands.

However, what distinguishes them from jackets is the fact that windcheaters are weatherproof. They don’t have inherent warming properties as such. Instead, they resist cold, heavy winds from reaching your body, which is why bikers choose to wear them for rides. A high-quality windcheater is one that protects against the wind, rain, and cold.

3. Men’s Sweatshirts
Sweatshirts are one of the most effortless winter outfits that serve the dual purpose of keeping you toasty while making you look seriously dapper, whether you pair it with denims or stylish 3/4ths.

The basic features of a sweatshirt include long sleeves, ribbed cuffs plus hems, and a thick, stretchable material that’s made out of a cotton-polyester blend, jersey, or cashmere if you want to feel extra-warm and luxurious.

4. Men’s Winter Vests
Designed specially to keep you warm while venturing into the great albeit chilly outdoors, vests are an indispensable part of every man’s winter outfits. They keep you fresh and comfortable all day while wicking moisture and being highly breathable.

Equipped with antimicrobial and anti-chafing technology that prevents skin irritation when you are enjoying your adventure, a durable winter vest can also be worn as everyday use undershirts, sweatshirts, and t-shirts.

5. Women’s Jackets
Crafted to brave the cold, women’s jackets come in a wide range of styles and materials that serve you well at varying temperatures. From fleece and reversible down jackets to running jackets and parkas, your choice will depend on how low the mercury drops in your part of the world.

When adding a fleece jacket to your winter collection, make sure that it’s been treated with anti-pilling technology for enhanced durability. Similarly, the hallmarks of a good parka include hydrophobic materials combined with Heat Lock features and lightweight construction.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What should I wear this winter?

The secret to dressing right any winter is layering up. Make sure to wear a warm sweater under an insulating padded jacket, maybe a Parka or a Down Jacket, and thermal pants, preferably fleece-lined tights. Regular shoes won’t really cut it with the cold, so put on some winter boots and complete the outfit with a warm winter cap and gloves!

How do you dress comfortable in the winter?

When you’re layering up to hold in the warmth, make sure to choose fabrics and clothing styles that allow you to move freely and breathe easily; a well-padded down jacket or a less bulky nylon-polyester parka that insulates your body while still very packable and lightweight.

How do you style clothes in the winter?

Protecting yourself from the cold doesn’t mean you need to compromise on making it look good. Wear three layers, preferably moisture-wicking and insulating. Tight-fitting and thick clothing will help prevent wind chills and look better with sturdy, durable boots. You can still wear the same jacket every day and just switch the accessories like scarves, caps, and gloves.