How It Girls Dress for the Snow

Whether they’re braving the extreme conditions of the latest major snowstorm to hit or are escaping to the ski resort for a mountain getaway, fashion girls are always finding a way to look extremely chic. Think it’s nearly impossible to achieve such stylistic goals during a whiteout? Think again. From the slopes to the street, these looks prove that sometimes cute snow outfits come down to just one piece: a major winter coat. See the looks we’re loving right now and get some much-needed inspiration for the next time you’re face-to-face with three feet of snow.

There's nothing cozier than a huge teddy jacket. In a warm blush color, Margaret Zhang's look is giving us major outerwear envy. Not to worry—you can shop the warmest winter coats right here.

Nobody makes the case for insanely furry snow boots like these two Italian style stars.

When everyone else is off hitting the slopes, you can find us cozying up in the cabin in this look.

Filing under "how Parisians dress for the cold" and taking extra notes on Jeanne Damas's furry statement sleeves.

When it comes to winter layering, there's one rule we always abide by: The limit does not exist. Oh and the bigger the coat, the better.

We didn't think a ski look could be this chic, but thanks to Evangelie Smyrniotaki, we're on board with topping off our snow gear with a waist-cinching belt.

Did Bella Hadid just single-handedly redefine what a snow-ready look entails? On a trip to Aspen, the model sported a pair of her enviable sneakers and a snakeskin set.

Fashion girls everywhere are layering up on coats, too. A puffer over a denim jacket? Aimee Song makes a strong case for it.

We love how Shea Marie wore refreshing winter whites with her heavy-soled, snow-ready boots.

Puffer-coat game strong.

A matching set completed with an industrial-inspired belt is a perfect example of the cute snow outfit so many stylish women are wearing this season. 

When up in the mountains, Chiara Ferragni piles on the fur with her adorable pup in tow, of course.

When you're bundling up for a day of snow-filled activities, A+ accessories are a must. 

Don't leave your beanie at home. The warm hat is the finishing touch to any cute snow outfit.

This look puts the matter to resta faux-fur coat is the only piece you need to make a chic statement in the snow. Balance out the heavy topper with slim-fitting pants.

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