Getting Dressed Up In Cold Weather

grey wool coat street styleWhen you live in the Northeast, you have to learn tricks to look dressed up in cold weather. A lot of major holidays (when you want to look nice) happen when it’s cold outside, so getting dressed for New Year’s (or even Valentine’s Day) is not an easy feat. You need to find a way to look dressed up while still keeping warm. You can’t simply throw on a cute dress and a pair of heels because you’ll end up being super cold and that will spoil your whole evening. That’s where layering and a great coat come in.

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A Wool Poncho for Layering in Cold Weather

jcrew wool poncho in greyThrowing a wool poncho over a chunky sweater is a chic way to keep warm during cold days. I’m a big fan of layering. First, you can create new looks out of things you have in your closet anyways, and second, I love to pay with textures.

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Long Cardigan and a Leather Skirt

Long cardigan outfit ideaThis long cardigan has become my staple for cold winter days. I especially like the look of a long cardigan over a shorter skirt. The layering effect is very cool.

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Favorite Pieces: Green Moto Jacket and Ripped Jeans

redbag_12If I could put all my favorite pieces of the season into one outfit, it would look something like this – ripped jeans, a suede green moto jacket, and a bag with a chain strap.

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Black and White and Breaking Rules

whitepants_1aI don’t often think about fashion rules, or much less about breaking them. I think, subconsciously, I follow style rules that I’ve learned growing up, but I don’t think about them consciously. The no-white-after-labor-day thing has always seamed strange to me because it’s such a random and unimaginative rule. But I never really questioned it, and I never felt the urge to wear white jeans in the fall or winter.

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