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6 Ways to Layer Your Outerwear This Winter

By / Published on Saturday, 20 Feb 2016 12:18 PM / No Comments / 182 views

February is notoriously the most bitter cold of all of the winter months. In preparation of the whipping winds and biting temperatures, we look for the heaviest coats, furriest scarves, and most covered silhouettes around. We’ve all stocked up on the essentials—the puffers, hats, boots, and the like—but what do we do when it’s so cold that our go-tos aren’t sufficient on their own? Layer.

Editors and street style stars braved the frigid temperatures this past week at New York Fashion Week, and layer up they did. The emerging trend on the streets? Not one, but two coats. Scroll through six chic ways to layer your outerwear for winter here.

Blogger Helena Bordon layers a statement coat over an army green bomber. It’s the perfect insulated layer to keep warm with a thinner springtime coat.

Capes are one of the chicest silhouettes—but on a freezing winter day, keeping your arms covered is a must. Look to stylist Leaf Greener for inspiration and slip into a casual denim jacket under your wool cape.

Model Lineisy Montero pulls on navy trench over her embellished leather jacket to keep warm and protect herself from the wet weather elements.

Blogger Pernille Teisbaek adds extra warmth to her tailored black coat by putting an oversized blanket scarf on top.

Glamour‘s own Florence Kane rocks the classics by topping her navy wool coat with a much-needed winter parka.

Buro 24/7‘s Nasiba Adilova styles a high-low look with a casual grey hoodie peeking out from underneath a luxe furry jacket.

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Photos: Style du Monde

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