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Layer a plaid button-down under a chunky turtleneck and toggle coat.
Spruce up head-to-toe winter white by adding a few different shades of gray.
Mix prints with printed jeans and a tweed coat. Basic-black accessories keep the look from going overboard.
Knits aren't just for tops and sweaters—try a pencil-skirt version too!
Invest in a mid-length leather skirt that's both ladylike (for the office!) and sultry (for cocktails afterward).
Snowproof your outfit for the final blast of flurries with a hooded anorak, a ski sweater, and snow boots.
Add a stylish pair of socks and rock those cropped pants you love so much, a la Man Repeller's Leandra Medine
Opt for a long-line shearling coat and skinny jeans for a super-flattering silhouette.
Break out that miniskirt! With booties, black tights, and a turtleneck sweater, you won't freeze showing a little leg.
Treat army green as a neutral, and add a contrasting pop of color with a bright red sweater.
Mix shades of black, white, and gray to add dimension to an outfit without looking like a rainbow.
Winterize distressed denim and a T-shirt with an oversize plaid scarf like Courtney Kerr
Add a touch of color to a black-and-white look with a classic camel coat.
Monochrome red sweater and skirt
For warm winter days, layer a sleeveless coat over an oxford shirt and jeans.
Go for a '70s vibe with a pair of high-waist flares and a long-line coat.
Insert color into the last dreary weeks of winter with a checkered coat and red accessories.
Layer a long-sleeve tee, sweater, denim jacket, and shearling coat to keep warm and look effortlessly cool.
The Blonde Salad's Chiara Ferragni in a chunky sweater, white jeans, and loafers
Blanket coat, leather leggings, and a metallic belt
Gary Pepper Girl Nicole Warne at NYFW
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Polka dot jeans. Pic: We Wore What
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