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Don’t let the cold weather prevent you from dressing up this season. After all, winter is just beginning, so we’d recommend holding out on the unremarkable (albeit cozy!) hoodie, legging, and slipper uniform for as long as possible. These winter 2023 trends make getting dressed in January, February, and March a bit more exciting and hopefully less dull, from fabulous faux fur coats inspired by the likes of Saint Laurent and Gucci (Aspen anyone?) to playful winter sweater sets in marvelous mohair. There’s also cargo denim, which will surely be the supermodel go-to this winter, and pair perfectly with Proenza Schouler’s metallic turtlenecks. Shop them all below.
Padded Versus Puffer
The sporty puffer jacket now has a stylish relative—the padded coat. Insulated and warm like a puffer, the padded jacket is a softer, less technical take on the winter style, but provides a just as warm option.
What could be better than dressing head-to-toe in soft mohair separates? These strokable sets in bubble gum pink or purple stripes are the perfect antidote to depressing winter days.
Be the Scarf
We’ve seen winter coats affixed with built-in scarves, but how about skirts, sweaters, and capes? Like blanket skirts or scarf wraps, the cozy winter accessory has found itself on more than just outerwear.
Long Skirts for All-Day-Long Wear
Ankle-length maxi skirts have made a maximum impact on the everyday wardrobe. Supermodels like Gigi Hadid have taken to the trend offered by favorable day wear designers like Khaite and The Row. While the denim maxi feels like a new staple for spring and fall, wool, corduroy, or velvet versions make a good alternative for winter wear.
Spending the winter mountain or countryside? Be sure to bring along a cozy Fair Isle or chunky cable knit sweater. Meanwhile, Barbour’s collection with Chloé will have you covered when it comes to the outerwear department.
Big Time Faux Furs
Be it Saint Laurent, Gucci, or By Malene Birger, shaggy, larger-than-life faux fur coats are the coolest and possibly most fabulous way to bundle up this season. Throw one on over anything and call it a winter’s day.
The utility pant has been a trend for almost all of 2022, so it’s no surprise that the cargo silhouette has entered the denim space. Only this time, the style combines two trends into one casual and comfy winter staple: the baggy jean and the cargo pant.
Winter and sweaters go hand in hand. Bring your cold weather wardrobe to a whole new level with an outfit-making cardigan from Gucci or Saint Laurent’s faux fur collars to Tory Burch’s three-layered spin on classic cashmere.
Easy-to-wear silhouettes like long sleeve midi dresses or turtleneck tops stand out in a new way this winter. Metallic threads, lurex, and subtle sequins are woven into these foundational staples, giving them a festive wintry spin that can be worn well past the holidays.