Whether you’re still enjoying the winter-time activities at your lake house this winter or you’re thinking ahead to the fun times you’ll have there come spring, you may be wondering what the latest lake life style fashions are. Here we check out the latest styles for him and her.
Comfortable and casual is the name of the game when you’re up at the lake. First off, you’re going to need some accessories. Sunglasses are a must when at the lake, even in winter. Especially if you add in snow, the glare off the lake can be intense. Protect your eyes with sporty metal frames accented with palladium, gunmetal, and rose gold – all the rage in eyewear this year. Pull-over or infinity scarves paired with leather gloves or even fingerless ones for the spring are a must to protect the neck, while pom-pom hats and even 80s-inspired leg warmers are back in fashion for her.
Outfits for Her
This winter, think layers. Chunky sweaters over shelf bra tank tops paired with a long chunky necklace and faux-fur vest can complete the upper half of your wardrobe. On bottom, skinny jeans with knee-high fur-lined boots ensure you’re ready to take on a day at the lake. Blanket scarves and flannel throws are perfect if you’re watching the kids play in the snow or taking a ride around the lake.
Looking ahead towards spring, shed those bulk winter coats and get bare – shoulders that is! Off-the-shoulder is a big look this spring, as is the puffy shirt, vintage clothing in a variety of colors and textures, denim and bomber jackets. If it gets chilly, throw on a jean jacket or puffer jacket, also making a splash this spring
Fashions for Him
Keep your head warm with a new take on the old wool cap. Go with cashmere for comfort in solids and neutrals like black or navy, says Men’s Health. Throw in some stripes or ribbing to add texture. If you have a black or gray jacket, you can get pretty creative with your scarf. Add a pop of color with playful patterns, checkered looks and plaids in wool and soya blends for a lightweight, soft feel.
For spring-like days, you can ditch the jacket and go with a double-breasted peacoat sweater or shawl-collar cardigan over an all-weather plaid shirt that never goes out of style. A down vest is a nice go-between when the temperature is somewhere between winter and spring. Pair with chocolate leather sheepskin gloves, cashmere socks, and rugged mountaineer boots and you’ve got yourself a first-row ticket to lakeside fashion.
If all this talk about lake life style fashions for him and her has you missing the lake, get out there this weekend and enjoy it! Get in touch with V-Dock for high quality, portable roll in, post sectional and roll-n-float boats docks for easy installation.