Cold-Weather Dressing Tips from Some Stylish Celebrities

The weather outside is frightful, but theres no need to sacrifice fashion once the temperature drops, as demonstrated by these stylish (and warm!) celebrities.

The weather outside is frightful, but there's no need to sacrifice fashion once the temperature drops, as demonstrated by these stylish (and warm!) celebrities.
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Caped Crusader
Take it from Blair Waldorf — er, Leighton Meester: For a statement piece that's classy, functional, and fun, nothing beats a cape.
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Stone Cold Style
Emma Stone tips her hat to the boys and rocks a streamlined tweed and leather coat. Perhaps a nod to her also-dapper beau Andrew Garfield?
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Keep Your Belt On
Opt for a warm belted coat that draws emphasis towards your waistline like Twilight beauty Ashley Greene.
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Praise for the Parka
Yes, even the most utilitarian of outerwear can be current. Modern Family's Ariel Winter chose a sapphire parka with a cinched waist — a look that's much more chic than those of her nerdy TV counterpart.
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Pretty in Pink
You've gotta give it to Dakota Fanning — not many women outside of the teen set can don multiple pastels and still look composed.
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Bombs Away!
Season after season, shearling is a must-have. Kate Bosworth takes to the streets of L.A. in a comfy shearling-lined bomber jacket that would make Amelia Earhart jealous.
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Warm & Cozy
Proof that cozy can be chic: Olivia Wilde's ensemble of feel-good fabric staples wool, cotton, and denim looks as cuddly as the dog she's walking.
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Start Your Engines
The only surefire way to stand out in a sea of black jackets? Opt for a monochromatic coat with a vibrant hue (say, red?) like stunner Salma Hayek.
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Heavenly Headwear
Kylie Minogue rocks multiple trends that work well together: a quilted aviator jacket with cozy statement collar and chunky knitwear (pompom optional.)
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One-Color Chic
Monochromatic dressing is a great way to elongate your figure — just look at fashionista Kate Moss. Pro tip: if you're dressing in all black a la Queen Kate, be sure to add texture to your outfit with some leather or lace. Otherwise, you might end up looking like you're on your way to a funeral.
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The Allure of Layers
Actress/musician Zoe Kravitz looks warm and effortlessly chic with her multiple layers (both clothing and jewelry), comfortable headwear, and perfectly undone waves. She makes it look so easy!
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Lollipop Girl
Even on playground duty, there's no doubt Gwen Stefani makes a fashion statement in her nubby fuchsia overcoat.
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