Dressing for cold weather means different things for people in different cities. Still, no matter the temperature, residents find a way to master the trends and expertly style the pieces they love. This year, we've seen fashionable women figuring out how to wear mules in the winter in climates that range from temperate to freezing. While, in some places, forgoing socks works if the rest of the outfit offers warmth, in other locales, it's all about keeping the toes cozy. Below, we're rounding up 12 ensembles that prove you can wear mules when it's chilly outside (great news, we know).
Style your mules with a cozy sweater and flowy dress for an evening look that feels just fancy enough.
Jeans make a dress and mules much more appropriate for chilly weather.
Try layering tights with jeans and mules to add an extra layer of warmth.
Open-toe shoes may feel a bit daring for chilly days, but for days when the weather permits, style with a jacket and you're good to go.
An option for those shoes that are too good to give up: Add socks.
Try sticking to layered neutrals (and relaxed jeans), then finish off with a pair of statement boots.
Classic mules can go with anything and everything.
Try color coordination from head to toe.
Mules instantly dress up casual denim.
Dare to try contrasting colors, like adding a bolt of bright pink with your shoes.
Heeled mules add a touch of dressiness to a casual sweatshirt.
Love the minimal look? Try styling simple mules with a tonal ensemble, finished with a shearling jacket.