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Layer Cake1 of 12
Love the winter but hate the cold? It's easier to bear if you view bundling up as an opportunity to flex your style muscles. Just take a cue from our favorite celebs and their savvy, subzero style.
Double Take2 of 12
By Laurie Trott
Wear the shortest length as the outermost layer to reduce bulk brought on by layering coats and sweaters.
Thick & Thin3 of 12
Create the appearance of longer, leaner legs with monochromatic legwear, including your leggings, socks and boots.
Tailor Made4 of 12
A coat that's sharply tailored at the shoulders and fills out into an A-line silhouette is roomy (and comfy) but keeps you looking trim as well.
Neutral Territory5 of 12
"Take a cue from ladies like Jessica Alba and Rachel Bilson," suggests Katherine Power, cofounder and creative director of celebrity style site WhoWhatWear.com. "Instead of opting for all-black, mix gray, camel, navy and army green into your winter wardrobe."
Warm Front6 of 12
Cold weather doesn't always involve subzero temperatures. For a warmer climate, keep a casual look cozy by ditching the coat and going with a luxe sweater jacket over a light dress and ballet flats.
Pump Up the Volume7 of 12
Balance the drama of an oversize fur vest with skinny jeans and a fitted knit top.
Plus One8 of 12
Having a mommy-and-me day? Opt for an unfussy coat or poncho that makes it easy to tote the little one and your carryall.
Puff Piece9 of 12
A parka with an embellished hood will lend any outfit a polished, dynamic look.
Swan Song10 of 12
Off to a formal evening event? Ladylike details, like ruffles, lend instant glamour to an otherwise sporty down jacket.
Sister Act11 of 12
Often credited by style experts for resurrecting the layering trend, the Olsen twins create depth in their all-black evening ensembles with attention to details, like waist-cinching coats, fur trim, textured knits, patterned tights and embellished shoes.
Color Theory12 of 12
When dressing for a festive evening out, add a shot of red in a cape or coat.