The 2014 Winter Olympics are scheduled to take place from February 7th to 23rd 2014 in Sochi, Russia. For many of you, fashion may not be important during these events, but for some look is important. In this post, we will give you a few ideas how to look trendy at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The focus of this post is men’s outerwear. For this season, parka, anorak and classic straight jackets are in fashion. The form-fitting designs with or without belts are also trendy. The quilted material is also in vogue. In other words, you have literally tons of options to create a thought-out style. Classics are one of the major trends in men’s clothing and outerwear. Whatever jacket you choose for the 2014 Winter Olympics, make sure it’s warm enough and can protect you from the elements.
An important accessory to the winter jacket for the 2014 Winter Olympics is the winter hat. In fact, hats should be an essential part of your wardrobe every winter, no matter where you go. Stepping out without a hat would be the equivalent to committing the unthinkable. There are many hat designs, which are trendy for this winter. Choose a hat that will keep you warm and pair it with a scarf and gloves. Remember – the 2014 Winter Olympics take place in Russia. Go to a mall and choose trendy winter accessories, which will keep you warm and complement your overall appearance.
If you’re planning to take up some winter sports during your visit to Sochi, Russia for the 2014 Winter Olympics, you will need to take some ski wear with you. Skiing in other clothes is extremely uncomfortable and will hinder your performance. The right ski wear will improve aerodynamics and protect you from wind, snow and rain. When you’re choosing ski wear, remember that the main purpose of the outfits is to keep you warm, not to look trendy.
These are just some of the basic things you need for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Of course, you won’t spend all the time outside, so you might plan a few trendy outfits for other occasions. This will depend on how long you’re going to stay and you’ll do.