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During the chilliest months of the year it can seem hard enough to leave your house, let alone worry about looking good when you head out the door. After all, no one can tell if you're wearing that ratty old sweater from college under that sleeping bag-style parka, right?

The thing is, sweater season can actually be one of the best times of the year to express your personal style. Unlike the warmer months, you get to be a little more creative while keeping cozy with fabulous boots, chic coats and fun winter accessories like faux-fur earmuffs. Check out our style boards below for inspiration on staying fabulous (and warm) from head to toe! 

Coats

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The colder months are the perfect time to add some sophistication and glamour to your wardrobe by taking some cues from more retro styles. Showing any skin is pretty much out, so create a major wow factor by bundling up with coats featuring flattering fits and eye-catching colors.

Scarves

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Scarves are the ultimate winter accessory, doubling as a lifesaver and a chic statement piece. Have some fun by jumping on the faux-fur trend or stay classic with a gorgeous infinity scarf. 

Shoes

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Boots have to be one of our fave parts of wintertime. If we could, we'd wear them all year long. Make a statement with tall leather boots worn with a sweater dress, or pair some stylish short booties with your favorite pair of jeans. 

Fabulous Accessories

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The winter months let you have a little more fun with your accessories than you can the rest of the year. We're talking cozy hats with animal ears, beanies with funny phrases and gigantic faux-fur earmuffs. While we're focusing on cold-weather accessories, we'd like to direct your attention to the most underrated one of allyour trusty pair of sunglasses. When it's snowy out, the sun reflects on the snow and it can be really harsh on your eyes. So don't stow your shades the minute summer is over.

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