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COLOR ME COZY!
Half the battle of going out during the winter is putting together an outfit that allows you to combat the cold in style. But with strategic layering, the right materials, and creative styling, there are plenty of ways to curate a look that offers the best of both worlds. With some of your favorite celebrities as proof, sacrificing a chic ensemble for warmth is no longer necessary. For those who prefer a more low-key approach but want to remain polished, it's all about the accessories—and less is absolutely more. A perfect example, Zendaya's effortlessly chic lingerie outfit makes a strong case for wearing a mini slipdress in the winter. Just add a pair of denier tights and bling-y earrings. If dresses aren't really your thing in winter, consider warm, jewel-toned suiting separates to mark the occasion. (Bonus points if you style them with a coordinating turtleneck to further insulate your look.) The main takeaway? Regardless of your personal aesthetic, you don't have to choose between comfort and style for a night out with friends or your partner. And more often than not, the main pieces you need are already hanging in your closet—you might just need a few extra additions to complete the look.
One of the easiest ways to get dolled up on drab winter nights is to opt for jewel-toned separates that pack a bold yet polished punch. Jewel tone colors are richly saturated hues named for gems including sapphire blue, ruby red, amethyst purple, citrine yellow, and emerald green. This palette is a contrast of intense colors you can wear with neutrals or color-blocked to beam brightly against the stark backdrop of winter and spark the perfect.
A pair of tall leather boots paired with a midi skirt offers just enough coverage to keep you warm when the temperature drops. Plus, when paired together, they create a streamlined look that's chic too. We’ve scoured the street style scene to figure out how fashion girls are faking long legs with their clothing and accessory choices. From nude heels and highwaisted trousers to vertical stripes and monochrome colors, we’ve picked up on some of their insider secrets.
Trade in your classic white top for a version with artful cutouts or textured designs instead. Fashion typically reserves white clothes for hot, pre-Labor Day weekends spent poolside or vacations where breezy white dresses are your go-to. But street style trends and the recent lean into ski culture via aprés-ski are changing that conception with an emphasis on fresh white outfits that will keep you warm, too.
LONG SLEEVE TURTLENECK:
All hail the statement turtleneck. New iterations of the fall essential are proving to be so much more than a cover-up layering piece. While we’ll always love the elegance of a classic turtleneck, right now we’re being drawn to something with a little more flair. And we’re finding inspiration for these tricked-out turtlenecks on both the runways and our favorite street style players.