So, naturally, winter is all about black, white and grey (think Ansel Adams).
I love this color palette for a couple of reasons:
First, it makes it easy to create high or low contrast outfits (whichever suits your natural contrast level).
Second, it makes it really easy to create an outfit that matches, because black, white and grey pretty much always work well together.
This outfit consists entirely of different shades of grey. It works because there's plenty of variety in tone and texture.
Notice how some greys are cool (the coat and shirt), while some are warm (the pants). Cool greys tend to have blue undertones, while warm greys have earthy brown or yellow undertones.
It's a good idea to mix different shades and tones of grey, lest you end up looking like a wannabe Bond villian.
This outfit can be easily modified. You could opt for black leather shoes or even dark wash jeans.
Dark blue (or navy) and grey is also a strong, timeless color combo, so these jeans fit right in with the rest of this outfit.
If you own black jeans, you could wear those too. Either way, try experimenting with black, white and grey outfits next time it starts getting cold outside.
Do you wear grey in the winter? Leave a comment below!