European women’s winter fashion 2023
We have the best trends of the Women’s winter fashion 2023 brought together and show you the winter trends that you will see everywhere once autumn is over. While you’re at it, keep scrolling for a look at the top jewelry, handbag and color trends for winter.
After three weeks of adventures, here is my recommended checklist for packing winter clothes for Europe:
Heavy Coats: I went for a white oversized fluffy coat (the ultimate marshmallow!), a camel hair coat as a neutral option to pair with all my outfits, and a red coat for some color.
Pullover: I’ve chosen a white, cream, black and gray sweater to mix and match under the coats, as well as a super soft mustard yellow turtleneck to pair with the camel hair coat.
Long sleeve shirts: I wore these as underwear under sweaters on really cold days!
A pair of pants: Black fleece leggings are my favorite for cold weather destinations (you can wear them under jeans or pair them with tunics or sweater dresses). I also picked up a pair of black and light blue jeans!
A pair of shoes: I love boots so I brought dark brown heeled boots, a pair of black over the knee boots to pair with my black leggings and my black Doc Martin boots. I would like to mention that I had to take twice as many wool socks to stay warm in the Docs. What I didn’t have with me, but would have liked to have, was a comfortable pair of warm winter boots like these!
Accessories: My winter accessories included a black trimmed hat, earmuffs, a black/cream beanie, a comfy scarf and a pair of black and brown leather gloves.
Swimsuit: At least one bikini for thermal baths or hotel spa!
Handbag: I always take my camera bag or shoulder bag to use as a day bag!
Stylish winter outfits for your trip to Europe
Here are my favorite styles for winter in Europe, along with similar outfits and items based on my own winter travel outfits! You can find more inspiration for winter outfits in my guide “What should I pack for a winter holiday?