5 Winter Styling Essentials : Winter Fashion Formula

What is your winter look?
Layer-friendly fashion essentials are the building blocks of a solid, stylish wardrobe—5 gotta-have-’em pieces that will get you through even the coldest of cold-weather seasons.

Make A Statement With Your Scarf
Bright accessories are a great way to liven up your layers, and get more wear out of your summery accessories. The trick to make clashing look cool is to bring in just a pop with a fun scarf and stick to simple solids for the rest of your look!

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Throw A Long Cardi-Coat Over Everything
The longer, roomier mix between a cardigan and a coat is perfect for layering and gives anything from your fave lived-in jeans to floral dresses a cozy-cool look.

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Try Sweater Sleeves
Not ready to part with your go-to denim jacket? The sweater sleeves on her tribal-meets-denim jacket are really warm, but the denim body is more light-weight, so it’s perfect for layering over a tee and under a coat when it gets colder

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Play With Length
Rest a pea coat on your shoudlers for a less bulky, more fashion-y way to bundle up in the morning while it’s still frosty; when it warms up in the afternoon, ankle-grazing trousers, a tucked-in tee and slip-on sneaks will look totally appropriate on their own!

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Rock A Statement Coat
Thigh-high sweater socks, tights, and knee-high boots equal three layers of chic warmth! When rocking a seriously glam faux-fur coat, keep the rest of your look simple and fitted so it doesn’t come off as try-hard.

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How do you keep out the cold? And which layering formulas do you fall back on? Share your pictures, ideas and styling tips with us!

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