25 Winter Outfits We Want to Copy Right Now


Have you started repeating the same jacket and scarf ensemble already? We thought so. Instead of getting in a winter fashion rut, it’s time to take the pieces you already have (and maybe a few you scored over the holiday!) and style them in a new way. We soured the web for our favorite cold weather looks to help keep you inspired and layering like the best of them. From snow flurries to sunny Los Angeles, there’s inspiration for every climate.

Source: The Fancy Pants Report 

Take a cue from The Fancy Pants Report and layer a bright turtleneck under a tartan flannel. Bonus points for a matching beanie and cuffed jeans!

Source: A Sequin Love Affair

We love this classic look from A Sequin Love Affair! Add some spice to a classic sweater and skirt combo with some sparkly earrings, a patterned coat, and cap toe flats.

Source: And I Get Dressed

Who said you can’t wear white after Labor Day? We love this vintage look from And I Get Dressed—white trench, white tee dress, with a pop of leopard shoes. (Perfection!) Plus, we love her tips on how to shop vintage in plus sizes.

Source: ExtraPetite

Don’t wait until spring to pull out the bright pants! Extra Petite’s smart ensemble with a striped turtleneckcropped trench, and metallic heels will have you winning ‘Best Dressed’ at the office and will bring a little cheer to your workday wardrobe this winter.

Source: Love Taylor Mackenzie

A foolproof winter color combo: black and tan! We’ll be copying this tan trench vest, black dress, and boots combo ASAP!

Source: Finding Beautiful Truth

Casual yet feminine—you can’t go wrong with this ensemble of skinny jeans, riding boots, a pink sweater, and a matching beanie.

Source: Shop Dandy

As you know, we’re pretty big fans of mixing prints, so Shop Dandy’s snow day outfit is right up our alley! A plaid scarfstriped tee, and Hunter boots is a combo that is always sure to please.


Source: Prosecco and Plaid

Whether you’re heading to dinner or the office, this look from Prosecco and Plaid will be perfect for the occasion. The pleated midi, chunky turtleneck, and camel overcoat ooze neutral sophistication.

Source: Curvy Girl Chic

We love Curvy Girl Chic’s bold, yet casual look of a poncho, chambray, flat over-the-knee boots, and a deep red lip!

Source: A Dash of Details

And speaking of OTK boots, they look just as amazing paired with jeans (was there ever a more versatile boot?). We love how A Dash of Details styled hers with grey skinnies, a chunky sweater, and soft waves.

Source: Kendi Everyday

If you weren’t sure about the whole matching look before, you’ll likely be convinced by Kendi Everyday’s amazing ensemble of matching pink turteneck, beanie, clutch, shoes and forest green coat. (Were we right?)

Source: Margo & Me

The best way to balance out a super short miniskirt for winter? Pair with a chunky, oversized sweater, and OTK boots. (Of course!)

Source: The View from 5 ft 2

The View from 5 ft 2 proves you can wear your white jeans all year long! Pair yours with (wait for it) OTK boots and a chic camel coat for the most classic of combinations.

Source: The Lipstick Giraffe

We love The Lipstick Giraffe’s casual combination of a cardigan, cuffed boyfriend jeans, and blanket scarf. Effective and easily replicated!

Source: KBStyle

If you thought puffy vests weren’t polished, you can think again! KBStyle layered her puffer with a plaid button down, booties, and a statement necklace—we can’t get enough of it!

Source: Brighton The Day

Ever since we saw this little plaid mini on Brighton, we knew it had to be ours. Pair yours with black opaque tights and black suede booties for a classic throwback vibe.

Source: Rose City Style Guide

Leather? Office appropriate? Turns out it can be! A leather pencil skirt is a great office appropriate staple when styled with a cozy sweater and heels.

Source: Alicia Tenise

Dolled up in a gingham midi skirt and chic black turtleneck, Alicia Tenise couldn’t be cuter in her black and white number. (Which we’ll be copying, immediately.)

Source: Lace and Locks via The Everygirl

Taking a tip out of The Everygirl archives, Lace & Locks styling trick from last year still holds true—a flannel button down paired with a statement necklace and maxi skirt always results in a winning combination!

Source: GabiFresh

Sometimes too much of a good thing is a good thing. GabiFresh is nailing her edgy casual leather on leather look, with leather leggings, and white moto jacket! 

Source: Here & Now

It’s hard not to feel like a million bucks in a red coat, especially when it’s paired with leopard wedges and faux fur—are we right?

Source: Penny Pincher Fashion

Grey, white, and black is an understated combo that is anything but boring. We love how Penny Pincher Fashion styled her neutral feminine layers—a ruffle tank underneath a cable-knit sweater, coated jeans, grey coat, and a pop of pink fringe for good measure!

Source: Upperlyne via The Everygirl

Another tip out of The Everygirl archives, Juley shows us how well black and navy work together with black leather leggings, a navy sweater, and leopard heels.

Source: Lows to Luxe

This sequined ensemble on Lows to Luxe will be one you revisit long again after New Year’s Eve! To re-create her look, pair a sequined pencil skirt with a plaid button down and your best statement heels, and you’re ready to party from the office, to dinner, and everywhere in between.

Source: See Anna Jane

If we had to play favorites, See Anna Jane’s ensemble would be a top contender. A striped turtleneck, jeans, a navy overcoat, and those red suede heelsswoon!

What are your go-to winter outfit combinations?