The Best Celebrity Outfits of Winter 2019 (So Far)

Unless you're blessed enough to live in a climate that's enviably mild year-round, winter can be a tough pill to swallow. It's easy to feel like you'll never be warm again, but the good news is that a chic outfit can help combat the winter blues… at least partially. We're not even a month into winter yet, but there have been plenty of opportunities for celebrities to step out in cold-weather looks this season, and we've been taking notes (just as we did this past fall). Accordingly, we took it upon ourselves to choose the best winter celebrity outfits we've seen this season.

Ridiculously stylish women like Victoria Beckham, Bella Hadid, and Alexa Chung are actually making us look forward to cold weather right now. And in case your city isn't quite as frigid as others, we found some less bundled-up looks for you to consider copying. With that, keep scrolling to see Who What Wear's picks for the best celebrity outfits of winter 2019 and shop the key pieces needed to re-create them.


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Style Tip: Avoid boring outerwear at all costs.

On Bella Hadid: Colin Locascio coat; Re/Done jeans; Prada bag; Maison Margiela Leather Sneakers ($895)

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Style Tip: Swap jeans and a sweater for something just as comfortable but more interesting.

On Yara Shahidi: Missoni jacket and pants; Christian Louboutin shoes

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Style Tip: Pair an all-black look with animal print.

On Victoria Beckham: Celine sunglasses; Victoria Beckham Belted Chenille-Jacquard Coat ($2394) and sweater

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Style Tip: Swap dresses for a fancy two-piece set.

On Sofia Richie: F.R.S For Restless Sleepers robe and trousers; Gianvito Rossi 100 Leather Mules ($695)

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Style Tip: Invest in an on-trend yet timeless leather coat.

On Kendall Jenner: Frame coat; Re/Done jeans; Celine shoes

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Style Tip: Make metallics daytime-appropriate with the help of black pants.

On Miley Cyrus: Louis Vuitton top and bag

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Style Tip: Pair voluminous outerwear with skinny jeans.

On Gigi Hadid: 3.1 Phillip Lim coat and shirt; Versace Chain Reaction Sneakers ($995)

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Style Tip: Fun earrings cure all the winter blues.

On Blake Lively: Versace dress; Judith Leiber bag; Christian Louboutin shoes

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Style Tip: Bunched-up jeans with boots are cool now. Try it.

On Hailey Beiber: Sonia Rykiel blazer and belt; Yeezy Canvas Lace-Up Ankle Boots ($800)

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Style Tip: You only live once, so if you want to wear sequins during the day, do it.

On Jennifer Lopez: Quay sunglasses; Sally LaPointe Fur Detail Tailored Cady Coat ($3550), Sequin Embroidered Dolman Tee ($790), and High-Rise Belted Sequin Straight-Leg Pants ($1450); Valentino bag; Jimmy Choo shoes

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Style Tip: Bring midi skirts into 2019 with the help of a cropped cardigan and slouchy boots.

On Kate Middleton: Brora Cashmere Cropped Cardigan ($265); Emilia Wickstead skirt

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Style Tip: Get away with wearing your prettiest non-winter shoes with the help of cozy socks.

On Alexa Chung: Fjallraven Expedition Down Lite Jacket ($500)

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Next up: seven things celebs stopped wearing in 2018.

Allyson Payer
Senior Editor

Allyson is a senior editor for Who What Wear. She joined the company in 2014 as co-founder Katherine Power's executive assistant and over the years has written hundreds of stories for Who What Wear. Prior to her career in fashion, Allyson worked in the entertainment industry at companies such as Sony Pictures Television. Allyson is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in theater. Her path to fashion may not have been linear, but based on the number of fashion magazines she collected as a child and young adult, it was meant to be.