How to dress in Paris in Winter (December, January, February)
Here some advice on how to dress in Paris in Winter.
In December, January, and February the atmosphere in Paris is always joyful! The city gets decorated basing on many events. From December to February, there is Christmas, then New Year’s Eve; the Chinese New Year parades, and S. Valentine’s Day.
Even if the weather is cold, coming to Paris in Winter is a very good idea. You won’t have to take too much stuff with you to be warm enough if you take note of some advice on how to dress in Paris in Winter.
What to wear in Paris in Winter (December, January, February)
Choosing elements of the perfect suitcase for Winter in Paris is difficult! The weather is very cold but you don’t have to take everything with you. By choosing your clothes smartly, you will be warm and stylish without effort.
Here are the essentials to put in your suitcase:
- 2 or 3 long sleeve tops, plus 3 long sleeve sweaters. Since the weather is very cold during December, January, and February I suggest taking an additional layer.
- Blue jeans and trousers;
- A dress or a suit if you will attend a special event;
- A winter jacket, better if waterproof;
- scarf, hat, gloves;
- waterproof shoes;
- Socks, underwear, sleep set also are fundamentals!
If you don’t know which clothes are the best, I suggest choosing neutral colors for long-sleeves and sweaters, jeans, and a black coat. Using neutral colors allows you to create different outfits mixing a few elements!
The most important things are to have everything to stay warm since the weather in Paris in December, January, and February is cold and there is a high possibility to be there during rainy or snowy days. Anyway, you may be lucky and be in Paris during Winter sunny days! The umbrella is another must-have to make your outfit complete.
Are you looking for some pieces of advice on how to dress like a Parisian in Winter? Well, here’s a detail that can help you choose the fabric of your clothes. Parisians love leather! A leather accessory, as a bag, instantly gives you that ‘French’ touch!