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It's kind of sad when the weather changes and you have to put up some of your favorite summer clothes until the next year. This winter, don't pack your sundress up so fast. You obviously can't leave the house in 30 degree weather wearing just a sundress, but there are ways to make it winter appropriate.
Start With Tights
First things first, you'll want to keep your legs warm, so slip on a pair of tights. Since your sundress is probably made out of a thinner material, you'll want nice thick tights to keep you nice and toasty. Black tights are always a great option, but if you want to make your look more fun, try a colored pair.
Now Cover Up Your Tootsies
Once your tights are on, pull out your favorite pair of boots. Your sundress looks awesome in any length boot, so try a knee high or make it more edgy with a bootie. Flat or heeled boots both work, depending on how dressy you're trying to be. If you want to rough your look up a bit, try a military inspired combat boot.
Cover Your Arms
Even if you're working with a long-sleeved sundress, odds are it's not going to be warm enough, so you'll have to figure out something to wear on top. A cardigan is an easy option. If you want to cover your dress up more, try a chunky sweater. If it's not super cold, slip on a denim jacket or a leather motorcycle jacket, both of which will make your ensemble even more edgy and cool.
Scarves are optional here. Of course, if it's absolutely freezing out, you'll probably want to wear a scarf more for function that for fashion anyway. Otherwise, if you don't want to go with one of those huge, thick scarves, try a long scarf that you can tie around your neck a few times. If your look is mostly neutral, add a pop of color with a bright scarf, or opt for one with a creative print.