I’m not one for jackets. My friends call me crazy, but even when it’s thirty degrees, you won’t catch me in one of those floor length puffers. Instead, I’m layering cardigans over turtlenecks and probably wearing two to three pairs of fuzzy socks. In other words, I dress a lot like this Fashionista come winter. I stock up on colorful wools and invest in a good scarf, and while I’m not a fan of earmuffs, beanies work just as well.
Although this Fashionista's outfit tackles the cold, there's an element of summer to her ensemble. Those jersey maxi skirts we wore in the warmer months with cut off tanks are proving themselves to be true wardrobe staples. Throw this Eileen Fisher one over thick tights and your favorite moto boots will peek out, just like this Fashionista’s cowboy kicks.The look is a cozy solution to the harsh winds, and you won’t have to sacrifice your style by covering up with a boring black coat. But since your friends will probably scold you, you better have an awesome sweater for an excuse.
Topshop has a metallic ombré version that comes in confetti rainbow or muted pastels and Free People’s stitched patterns feel very bohemian, as you might expect. If you’re scared you might be too cold, the chunkier the better. Try tweedy yarn or splurge on Rag & Bone’s Adirondack pullover.
This Fashionista sported an orange scarf, which is fitting in light of Thanksgiving, but if it’s not your hue, American Apparel has you covered.