#Blizzard2016? What's that?
I know I was all "Go away, '70s references," but in this instance, it's just too fabulous.
If doesn't persuade you to buy a statement coat...
Katie Couric will.
A second sighting of the Coat Dress Trick. (See below.)
Very Dries with the print-mixing. Gold star for you, Brooklyn Decker.
When you dial up the clapback to 11, make sure you're wearing your boss-b*tch pants.
::strains to keep self from saying "pop of color"::
She's doing so well! The styling here is romantic and cozy at the same time.
Thing #78 people should be doing more of: layering their outerwear. See how that bit of silk kimono breaks up all the black?
Exhibit B. (At the risk of sounding like somebody's mother, she def came in with another jacket on. Right? Right?)
And while we're on the topic of outerwear: Leopard-lined capes are always welcome.
What did we say about this specific way of buttonage? Thought so.
When your coat is also your dress, looking chic is one less thing you have to worry about.
Note the hem of her Karen Walker jeans, which end right where the boots begin. That's what you want to go for these days.
Little House on the Prairie/varsity cheerleader = my new aesthetic.
Points for coordinating the stitching on your coat pockets to your sweater stripes. More points for the miraculous Robert Clergerie shoes, which have a tiny heel.
And now begins the Chloe Sevigny Show. Love the hair and the lipstick and the Coach shearling and the L.L. Bean-y tote and the Tory Burch hiking boots.
Kick flares! And a Victorian blouse masquerading as a Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini sweater. Brilliant.
Love the Gucci vibe even more.
Remember when Alexa Chung wore tights under her denim cutoffs all the time? It's still good.
As close to a knit muumuu as you can get while still being chic.
With just a few inches of exposed flesh between the end of her skirt and the top of her boots, Zosia Mamet avoids hypothermia while embracing the '70s revival.
HTT black never fails, especially when you've got a bomber (the coat of the moment) and a septum ring (the piercing of the moment).
She's got a degree in layering, I bet. Leather leggings under an abbreviated hemline are like the cigarettes of the pants-and-dresses world.
The 🔑 here = Her Loeffler Randall rain boots, which are appropriate without putting function over form, if you know what I mean.
A '40s glam outfit for an actress with the glammest name we've seen in a while. Repeat "Belt your outerwear" 10 times a day to drill it into your brain.
The editor jacket-drape is still going strong, as is the ol' I-could-be-wearing-long-johns-under-this-maxi-dress trick.
A good, fluffy coat, Aquatalia Chelsea boots, and you're good to go.
You can never go wrong with flannel. Especially this Moose Knuckles one.