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Winter Fashion For Women: How To Look Stylish In The Cold

The colder months are upon us, and if you live in a chilly place like I do in Chicago, the winter can get drab fashion-wise. Even though the weather can be brutal, you don’t have to look that way. Below are several options for you to keep warm and stay stylish.

Outerwear

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Fall and Winter are great times to mix and match textures and styles of all kinds. This can be best expressed through your choices in outerwear. From leather and fur to wool and down feather, you can play with your looks by changing up the feel. Also try using two or three different kinds of coats to interchange over the months to preserve their wear and your sanity.  Don’t be afraid to try new styles that compliment your height and figure as well. From a fitted trench to an oversize coat, shake up your routine outerwear this Winter.

Layers

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Layering up your favorite colors and patterns can help add warmth and color to your look in the cooler weather, even while indoors. You can start with simple cotton basics and then layer a long sleeve sweater, chambray shirt, flannel, etc. Add a cardigan, vest or button up over it, add a statement accessory, and coordinate with a flattering coat or jacket. Oversize sweaters and vests are making a comeback for the season, making it easier to add layers for a comfy yet on trend look.

Hats

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This year has been big for hats–literally. Celebs and stylists such as Pharrell and June Ambrose have embraced the large wool hat trend and it fits well from Autumn to Winter. The beanie cap is trending this year, which can range from baggy to fitted beanie caps with jewels and poms. Have fun with color and don’t be afraid to mix it up for the season with colors, sizes, and styles with hats as well.

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