The end of the holiday festivities signifies the end of the magic of winter. Whether you’re knee deep in snow or being bombarded by chilly rain, we can all agree that the cheerful season has lost its edge. We’re in the depths of winter and there’s nothing but snow and cold for the next three months. But don’t despair, fashion is here to save the day! Forgo your crow-black winter wardrobe for more bold and colorful clothing. Eye-catching and warm prints will make you stand out from the doom and gloom of wintry life. Why blend when you can shine?



Sometimes the best way to get rid of the winter blues is to go to extremes. These fun and loud prints will put a smile on anyone’s face and more importantly, keep you warm and toasty!(From left to right: Ski Betties Seamless L/S Top, Tessellate Luxe L/S Top from Sweaty Betty)



Speaking of keeping warm, when it comes to cozy gear, you don’t have to give up color for comfort. Adding a dash of color to your outfit keeps things interesting. (From left to right, Women’s UA Lightweight Pop Over Printed Jacket, Optic Frills Double Knit Pullover Sweater from SmartWool, Women’s UA ColdGear® Infrared Alpinlite Shacket)




The thought that spring is just around the corner, keeps us trudging through the snow. Bring some bright colors to the gym to evoke the refreshing and energizing season we all yearn for in the dead of winter. Or have some fun with your wardrobe and bring out some winter-themed realness. (From left to right: Stargazer Leggings from Reebok, New Perfect Core Capri Leggings from Lucy, 365 Hybrid Camarillo Capris from O’Neill, To The Beat 3/4 Dance Leggings from Sweaty Betty)


Keep your ears warm and cozy with these stylish headbands. Christmas-themed patterns may seem out-of-date, but the tongue-in-cheek kettle-bell patterns on Reebok’s Christmas Sweater Big Bang Headband keeps your style fun and approachable. If you want to a more elegant accessory, Sweaty Betty’s Anna Headband is tastefully eye-catching.




About The Author

Content Manager

A Hong Kong-native with a penchant for good food and drinks, Kelly Lo has always had a love-hate relationship with fitness. In the past, Kelly has backpacked across a good portion of the Nakasendō trail, gone mountain-biking in New Zealand, and white-water rafting in Australia. Now she dabbles in yoga and kickboxing in her new home, New York City. Kelly enjoys writing about her experiences, as well as promoting the Fitness Luxe mission of health and happiness.