Ready Made Outfit: Cold Weather Chic

January 27th, 2009

Cold Weather Chic
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After a whirlwind weekend at the Sundance Film Festival in snowy Park City, UT, we bring you a cold weather outfit that’s as comfy as it is chic. 

1. Start with a snug fitting base layer (not pictured) for warmth. As Traci said, keeping warm in the cold is all about keeping your core warm.  A heat-retaining base layer will help you do just that.
2. Build the core of the outfit: a pair of super dark denim pants and a soft turtleneck sweater.  For extra warmth, splurge for the cashmere.
3. Slip on a low-collared coat.  The beauty of the low collar is that it allows your turtleneck collar to peek out.  Collarless coats are very chic as well; try out the look.
4. Finish the outfit off with key cold weather accessories: a trapper hat to keep your head (and ears) warm, a cashmere scarf, and a flat pair of boots.  Tuck your pant legs into the boots for the sleekest look.

What do you wear to beat the cold?  Share your style with us in the comments!

Entry Filed under: Ready Made Outfits,Women

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sal  |  January 27th, 2009 at 9:20 am

    Oh those perfect, perfect boots. Love ’em! This whole set is fab, as usual. My only concern is the low-collared coat: Cute, but breezy. I’d rather have a coat that shields my neck from the bitter winds.

    Although it can be a real challenge here in MN, I do my best to stay stylish all winter long

  • 2. Manja  |  January 27th, 2009 at 9:27 am

    Great outfit, it is a shame that it is not appropriate for work, more of a corporate environment, any suggestions for a more work appropriate cold weather outfit, thanks and stay warm!

  • 3. T  |  February 5th, 2009 at 1:15 pm

    I see these “cheap” winter coats featured on blogs and in magazines everywhere… the idea is novel and they are often cute, but have you ever tried one of them on? Paper thin. They don’t cut it in colder climates, not by a long shot.

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