3 Cosy Pieces Sienna Miller Has in Her Cold-Weather Wardrobe

Maybe it's just me, but as soon as the temperature drops to single digits, I need much more style inspiration than normal. Day to day, I'm pretty comfortable throwing an easy look together, but as the foggy mornings creep in and we edge closer to Christmas, my mind seems too wrapped up in other things to formulate a look. Thankfully, Sienna Miller has stepped up to provide the first inspiration of December, and its a three-piece outfit formula I'll be repeating throughout this cold snap.


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Over the past few months, we've been graced with more sightings of Miller than we've had in a while, and with every noteworthy look, we get more and more style suggestions to keep our outfit compilations feeling fresh. Whether she's heading to an exclusive event or simply popping to the shops, her laid-back style can be seen throughout. It may seem simple to combine a wool coat, beanie and shearling boots, but the neutral-and-navy palette is truly timeless and will feel refined for years to come. Shearling boots are an unexpected choice away from snow-covered mountains, but with shearling having a moment, it's a clever choice this winter. Plus, it's warm enough for this chilly spell.

Miller's innate way of pulling pieces together may be natural to her, but if you need a little more guidance then scroll down for a breakdown of the required pieces to copy and paste this easy look all winter long. 


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