When the weather gets colder, you don't have to sacrifice style for warmth. It's still possible to rock your look, even when it involves tons of layers.
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DO cozy into a roomy, comfy coat.
Being comfy — and keeping your body temperature up — doesn't mean you have to jump on a one-way train to Frumpsville. A coat in blanketlike stripes is as warm as it is stylish. Plus, it works perfectly with your trusty jeans and boots.
DON'T get too warm and fuzzy.
Fur — real or fake — can be nice, but you have to wear it and not let it wear you. Try something that gives you a defined shape and people will see you and not just a pile of fuzz.
DO brighten up with some colorful accessories.
DO resist the urge to stay in your pajamas.
We know it's hard to get out of bed and dressed for the day when your room is refrigerator-cold. But baggy pajamas aren't going to keep you any warmer — and definitely won't make you look cool. Try a pair of sleek, comfy leggings instead.
DO add some oomph to winter's basic black.
Jersey, leather and knit can all work in the same outfit, especially when they come in body-conscious cuts like a slim-fitting pencil skirt and bomber jacket, and in figure-slimming black.
DON'T lose count when layering.
Yes, layering is a good thing. But so many layers that you wind up looking like a big pile of laundry? Not so much. When wearing three or more layers up top, keep the bottom long and lean with a pair of skinny pants.
DO use winter's basic black as a canvas to show off some quirky accessories.
Just because you have to layer up every day doesn't mean you should put your fun stuff into deep storage. Think of your trusty black coat as a chance to show off your flirty boots and cheeky, chunky jewelry.
DO try a bright coat this season.
One way to beat the winter blahs is with a vibrant coat. Tailored styles make Crayola colors look grown-up, while fun details — like this fancy collar — will make the jacket you wind up wearing 24/7 always feel like something special.
DON'T OD on trends.
Metallic leggings, colorful knee-high boots and bright accessories might fit into the trendy category, but when worn all together, they just look wacky. Save the summery clutches for warmer weather, and remember that trends are best test-driven one — or maybe two — at a time.
DO sport a posh bag.
A polished-looking bag says you're pulled-together — even when it's hard to tell underneath all those layers.
DO flaunt your figure.
A cinched-waist coat can show off your sexy curves, even in sub-zero temperatures. And just think of heeled boots as winter's answer to those leg-lengthening stilettos you wear May through August.
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