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WHAT TO WEAR: Cold Weather

March 9th, 2016 at 2:10am

Winter in New England can be unpredictable. One day it will be 50 degrees and sunny and the next day it will be sub-zero temperatures and snowing. With the erratic weather patterns, choosing an appropriate outfit for the day can be a challenge. This Fashionista shows that layering is key to cold-weather style.

This Fashionista has perfected her wintertime look. She chose a pair of ripped boyfriend jeans, showing off just the right amount of skin, and paired them with a knit sweater for a cozy, casual look. Despite it being a sunny day, the temperatures were below freezing. She accounted for the chilly weather, adding a thick military coat with gold embellishing on the sleeves for added style. A plaid blanket scarf protected her face from the harsh winds and a cute pair of sunglasses helped accessorize her look. She opted for a pair of brown ankle boots to keep her feet toasty and add an edge to her look. Her layers were perfect for keeping her warm (and stylish) while she ran errands around town.

This Fashionista shows that accessories can really amp up an outfit. She tied a second scarf around her head to add extra style to her bun while providing a summerlike aspect to her wintertime look. Stacks of turquoise rings and bangles also gave a breezy, warm-weather vibe to her outfit. Even while bundled up for a cold New England day, this Fashionista used fun, bright accessories to add even more warmth to her look.

Next time you find yourself struggling to find the right outfit for a cold winter day, take a tip from this Fashionista. Add a few summertime pieces to remind yourself that warm weather is on the way and bundle up in cozy layers for a unique look that will keep you feeling warm and looking fashionable.

One Simple Change: Heading to class? Swap out the clutch for a chic leather backpack for a fashionable and functional statement piece.