Victoria Beckham looks amazing is this short fur coat — one of the hottest, must-have looks of the winter. And for those who would rather go bare, there are plenty of faux fur options that will keep you warm and clear your conscious.
Camel is the color of the season. From a classic trench, like the one on Peaches Geldof, to a more traditional camelhair coat, the color evokes autumnal panache and classic style.
Mix it up this holiday by swapping your usual winter coat for a thick, comfy sweater jacket like the charcoal-gray one spotted on Tatiana Del Toro. Paired with an over-sized scarf and gloves, this one sweet winter look.
Once the snow starts, take advantage of all the incredible winter accessories available this season — like Michelle Trachtenberg’s chic black leather gloves accented with gold buttons.
Keira Knightly scores with this wrapped, animal print scarf — adding a little life to an otherwise unremarkable fall/winter outfit.
Channel fashion divas of a bygone era this season by harnessing the ’70s vibe with fitted, brown leather. Like Blake Lively’s coat, the burnished hue that defined the period is the perfect compliment for cooling temps.
Believe it or not, puffy jackets can be sleek and trendy. To avoid looking like your grandmother, choose a curve-hugging, well-tailored version of this winter staple. For a little added edge, take a cue from Naomi Watts and pick one in a shiny or textured material.
Fur lined anything is a safe bet for the season — but a classic anorak with a fur-trimmed hood is a sure thing. Michelle Williams hits a home run with her elegant take on the trend.
One of the most versatile pieces to include in you winter wardrobe, a soft, oversized scarf is essential for anyone who plans on traveling over the holiday. We love Kerry Washington’s light blue choice.
Shearling is one of the top trends of the season — and for good reason. These super cozy pieces compliment both sophisticated and casual looks — yes, that’s Rachel Bilsondressed down— and will keep goose bumps at bay.
Knit caps are not just for teenage skaters. Like Kate Mara’s, a brightly-colored cap will liven up otherwise weighty and dark cold weather wear. Keep warm with one of winter’s most classic pieces.