Headed Somewhere Snowy? Here's What to Wear
When winter storm Nico hit the North East, the fashion crowd likely took a collective gasp as they scrambled to reconfigure their outfits for New York Fashion Week. Lucky for the rest of us also experiencing ghastly winter weather, fashion show-goers provided a bevy of cool, chic outfit ideas we can copy.
Street style pro, Leandra Medine Cohen and her partner-in-fashion, Amelia Diamond, prove the importance of fun-yet-functional footwear. Also, "teddy bear" coats are a snow day must.
Track pants are the winter wardrobe essential you didn't know you needed. Pair with a shearling-lined, chunky knit cardigan and white sneakers, and brace for the cold.
Some refused to let a little snow cramp their style. Danielle Berenstein looks super polished in burgandy block heel boots, a red plaid jacket belted at the waist and olive-colored trousers.
Just because there's 6 inches of snow on the ground doesn't mean work is cancelled. A tailored, green wool jacket, ribbed turtleneck dress and a bright red lip look professional yet still maintain an element of fun.
Long coats are non-negotiable. Opt for a tapestry-inspired one to really punch up your look and beat the winter blahs.
Everyone knows snow is more bearable with friends by your side. Take note of how this stylish trio stays warm and chic with turtlenecks and black leather booties.
The weather may be dreary, but that doesn't mean your outfit has to be. A whimsical bag and pastel-colored coat boosts optimism and happiness. It might even make a passer-by smile.
OK, so this isn't the most practical outfit, but, hey, it's New York Fashion Week. You can't let a little snow crush your style spirit.
Tired of pants? A summery, floral dress works for winter too. Just don't forget tights, a fur shawl and sturdy leather boots.
And, when all else fails, wear a jumpsuit or a bright pink sweater, and call it a day.
Make the most of this snowy weather by displaying your best and brightest coats, boots and knit hats.