6 Winter Outfit Ideas From Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford


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Sure, Kaia Gerber's modeling career is white-hot right now, but let's not forget about Mom. Cindy Crawford continues to serve style inspiration well into her 50s and I have a feeling her streak will continue indefinitely. Another OG supermodel, Christy Turlington, has also been on my radar again lately thanks to several fantastic recent outfits, so I decided to whip up a little guide to dressing like them.

Naturally, both Cindy and Christy are pros at giving us range. They can pull off red-carpet minis just as easily as laidback denim looks—and there's a 10 out of 10 chance I'll want to copy whatever they're wearing. Scroll down to re-create winter outfit ideas courtesy of Cindy Crawford and Christy Turlington. 

Denim Days


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You simply can't go wrong with a half-zip striped sweater, bootcut jeans, and ankle boots. It's the perfect mix of timeless and trendy. 


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Instead of your go-to denim jacket, why not throw on a blazer with your jeans? It'll add just a bit more polish to your casual 'fit. 

Bundled Up 


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All-black never looked so chic. Photographed in New York City—coffee in hand—Crawford wore fantastic buckled boots with a classic black coat. 


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Copy Turlington and wear an oversized turtleneck sweater with extra-long, wide-leg trousers. 

Party Time


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Nothing screams holiday season like a sparkly minidress. I'll be emulating Crawford and wearing mine with black knee-high boots. 


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Leather-on-leather is always a good choice. Turlington looked sultry in this red-carpet outfit, which included classic black pointy-toe pumps. 

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