If the dropping temperatures and slushy streets have sent you into a winter outfit rut, you’re not alone. Dressing for work underneath a giant puffer coat can sometimes feel a bit uninspired, so take note from these well-dressed women who have their cold weather looks on lock.
Don’t be afraid to layer a turtleneck underneath a blazer—a thinner fabric (think cotton or jersey) makes the pairing polished, not bulky.
Liven up your look with bold prints. Take note of Olivia Palermo, who’s not afraid to mix and match multiple patterns in one outfit.
Wide-leg pants paired with a duster coat give you legs for days—and work perfectly with pumps or sleek boots.
You can never go wrong with a classic black suit. To keep the look minimal, style a crisp white button-down underneath. To add a little bit of flair, go for a bright-colored blouse or turtleneck instead.
For those days when your office is freezing, opt for a fur chubby draped over your shoulders to keep warm (and look glam, of course).
Make summer-y jumpsuits or coordinating separates work for the cold weather by styling a turtleneck underneath.
Florals for winter? Groundbreaking. Brighten your look (and mood) with spring-inspired patterns, stripes and colorful hues.
Make a classic skirt suit feel fresh by opting for one in a bright color, like Amal Clooney’s deep red hue.
Don’t count your spring pieces out entirely—a bright, lightweight piece from your warm-weather wardrobe can still be styled for winter with the help of a blazer or jacket.
Bypass the need for tights by styling a midi pencil skirt with knee-high boots.
Leather pants can be office-appropriate when styled with a structured blazer or jacket.
WINT your culottes by opting for a pair in a thicker fabric like Kate Bosworth’s velvet bottoms. Finish off the look with a tucked in turtleneck and flats, pumps or booties.
A turtleneck, skirt and black tights are the ultimate no-fail outfit combination for winter.
Give your go-to all-black uniform a break by opting for navy instead.
For a laid-back, casual Friday look pair white sneakers with a pair of trousers.