Do you give your wardrobe a complete makeover every winter, while your summer pieces get stored away for months? What if we told you your summer clothes can easily be transitioned into a winter wardrobe with just a few changes and styling tricks? Heres everything you need to know!Boots To The RescueShorter silhouettes can sometimes be difficult to sport when temperatures are dropping. One way to compensate for that is to opt for longer boots. Knee high or thigh high boots can do the trick while keeping your look stylish. If you dont feel the need to invest in a pair of really high boots, pair your regular looks with warm knee high socks to achieve a similar winter look.Image Source: Instagram/streetrendsStockingsAnother way to sport shorter silhouettes like miniskirts and shorts in the winter is to add a pair of stockings to the mix. A good pair of stockings can help you keep warm irrespective of a short silhouette. Change things up with coloured or patterned stockings this season.Image Source: Instagram/streetrendsLayer Inside Out For Dresses And SkirtsWhile we have your shorter dresses and skirts covered with stockings and boots, you might wonder what you can do to winter-ise your maxis and midis. Your airy dresses and skirts can be made warmer by layering on the inside and out. For the outer layers you can pick longline jackets that complement the length of your dress or skirt. For the inside, opt for leg warmers of warm leggings that will remain concealed without taking away from your look.Image Source:Pinterest/carrie bradshaw liedSwitch Basic T-Shirts With SweatersGot that cute pinafore or trousers you always wear with a simple t-shirt? Switch it up with a basic sweater instead. Youll be surprised how well a warm knit can compensate for that simple t-shirt in the winters.Image Source: Instagram/streetrendsSwitch Up The LayersUsing layers to transform your regular pieces to winter-appropriate ones is somewhat a given for a versatile wardrobe. To switch things up dont be afraid to use more than one layer. Especially when it comes to lighter summer pieces. Not only will this help add dimension to the outfit but will also keep you warm at the same time.Image Source:Pinterest/tiffanyishHave you been ditching your summer clothes in the winter? Which styling tip will you use to add some interest to your winter looks? Tell us in the comments below!