I Live in L.A., But I'm Dreaming of Snow After Seeing Free People's Winter Line

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As I write this, the sun is shining bright, and I'm wearing shorts because it was a moderate 70 degrees outside while I walked my dog. And with that, I can say not even the giant Christmas tree in my living room can make me feel like it's December right now. I'm craving cold weather and winter vibes, and now that I've seen Free People's winter collection, I'm dreaming of snow, too. From dare I say cute snow clothes and accessories to giant teddy coats and super-cozy loungewear, the retailer has everything anyone wants to wear in the snow. Since I already shopped out these enviable looks, I'm leaving them here for you while I dream about renting a cabin for the rest of winter.

Monochrome FP Movement 'Fit


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It's already a fun idea to get super matchy with your athleticwear, but a head-to-toe monochromatic look in the snow really makes your outfit sing.

Head-to-Toe Snow Gear


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Aforementioned cute snow clothes here. I don't know about you, but I remember the days of wearing bulky, less-than-flattering snow gear to my ski lessons. Oh, how times have changed.

Casual Mountain Town Look


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This coat has the magical power of being as comfy as a robe while also being cute enough to turn this casual jeans-and-sweater outfit into a statement. Just wait until you see the boots.

Warm and Cozy Loungewear


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It's never a bad idea to go full monochrome with loungewear either. This all-white ensemble looks extra chic because of the various knit and fuzzy textures. Now I know my New Year's Eve will entail this outfit, a comparable fireplace, and a really good book.

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Copy Editor, Branded Content

Aralyn Beaumont joined Who What Wear as the copy editor for branded content after a career in food media. Years of poring over intricate recipes with a fine-tooth comb and working with high-profile chefs has prepared her well for working with fashion's top brands while honoring Who What Wear's voice. Her background as a research editor makes her a finicky editor who will probably care too much about making sure all copy is as factually accurate and aligned with the house style guide as can be. Maybe it's because she's a Gemini, but her personal style is impossible to pin down: One day you'll see her in a turtleneck sweater tucked into a midi skirt with heeled boots, and the next, she'll be wearing mom jeans, a white Hanes tee, and classic Vans. At the end of the day, her style reflects her various moods. Sometimes it will be feminine and elegant, and others it will be grungy or androgynous. Certain things will always remain constant, though. She'll forever be on the hunt for the perfect pair of high-waisted jeans.