While we all gush over the looks of our favorite street style stars, let’s not write off the brilliant outfits of stylish civilians. There are plenty of trendsetters out there who may not have millions of Instagram followers but are still pretty darn inspiring. To help showcase some fresh winter style, we partnered with Pose.com to bring you a winter fashion slideshow of giant proportions.
Below you'll find outfits that work for just about every occasion in the coming (chilly) months. And with staples that run the gamut from fast fashion to designer, there’s a little something for every budget. Getting to the crux of it, we can safely say there’s no shortage of winter style ideas ahead. So whether you’re all about the statement coat, or if minimalism is more your look, there’s an inspiring outfit to try.
Read on for all the winter style inspiration you need, courtesy of Pose!
A fur coat is already pretty fab, but a fur coat with a little bit of colorful gridwork is fab times two.
Swap out skin-tight leather skinnies for a loose-fitting alternative. It's the same chic look but with a little more breathing room.
Wrapping your scarf around your neck an extra time or two makes for bundled look that's as stylish as it is warm.
Dress up a simple, monochromatic look with a statement coat that does the talking.
A structured over-the-shoulder bag can instantly elevate any ensemble.
Black on black on… camel. Don't be afraid to pair a classic black look with an some unexpectedly light-colored outerwear.
On Stephanie Liu: Trina Turk coat.
A coat that's basically as soft and warm as a blanket makes it easy to keep your summer sleeveless staples in play all winter long.
On Coco Rocha: Christian Siriano coat and dress; Banana Republic heels.
A pair of unconventional heels with a little more coverage are the perfect replacement for open-toed options you're looking to rotate out for cooler temperatures.
The perfect way to tone down an ensemble or keep things looking classic, a pair of sleek pointed loafers is a definite must.
On Jill Lansky: H&M coat; Aritzia scarf.
Create a sense of outfit cohesion by throwing on a scarf that's accented with the same colors as other pieces in your look, like your shoes and purse.
On Louise Roe: Anine Bing sweatshirt; Marks and Spencer skirt.
Show off a leather midi skirt's ability to be totally dressed down by pairing it with a basic sweatshirt for a casual afternoon.
On Jenny Cipoletti: Bardot jacket; Yves Saint Laurent bag.
Soft pastels balance out the edginess of pairing a mid-length coat with an exposed, flowing high-low blouse.
Miniskirts can be easily transitioned into winter when they're styled along with a pair of over-the-knee boots.
On Model: Adidas x Stella McCartney sneakers.
If you're only wearing your running shoes in the gym or on your morning jog, then you're probably not getting the most out of them.
Successfully combine different prints—like stripes and checks—by opting for a common color scheme.
On Model: Ryan DeBonville for Of a Kind Stone beanie; Ray-Ban sunglasses.
A colorful knit beanie is a simple way to add a fun element to your ensemble.
Winter whites are definitely a thing—and the look happens to work especially well when the piece you're sporting is an extra-cozy oversize knit.
On Jess Kirby: Vintage coat; Bella Luxx sweater; Hudson jeans; Converse sneakers.
When it comes to achieving a cozy look for winter, nothing pulls the task off quite as well as an oversize vintage coat.
On Vivian Tse: Selected scarf; Mango jacket and sweater.
Sometimes the best accessory to take a monochromatic look to the next level is a bright, dramatic lip.
On Model: Stella McCartney blazer, skirt, and bag.
A pair of chic heels gives a menswear-inspired blazer a feminine touch.
On Lisa DiCicco Cahue: Yves Saint Laurent bag.
Ripped-knee jeans get a cold-weather upgrade with the help of a cozy oversize sweater and pair of ankle boots.
On Jess Kirby: Nautica coat.
Look for a black winter coat that has a little something extra—like gold buttons and a military style.
On Coco Rocha: Noon by Noor jacket, top and pants; Diesel Black Gold bag; Paul & Joe heels.
Try a black-and-white matching shirt-and-pant set for a look that's totally effortless.
On Model: Cook & Gates for Of a Kind tote.
A dramatic carryall is perfect for adding some flair to your look.
On Tienlyn Jacobson: One Teaspoon jeans; DJ hat; Love Juliet ring.
Pair distressed denim with a tailored coat and felt hat for a look that is equal parts stylishly shabby and clean cut.
On Model: Josi Faye for Of a Kind scarf.
Throw on a chunky infinity scarf for optimal defense against the winter elements.
Keep your scarf from blowing out of place by draping it over your neck and tucking it right into your belt. (Talk about statement style hacks.)
On Xeni Kouveli: Chanel purse.
A robe-style duster coat is as comfortable as it gets when it comes to warm winter style, and a funky pair of platform oxfords to go along is the perfect way to (literally) elevate the look.
On Jill Lansky: Zara sweater; Chicwish skirt; Stuart Weitzman heels.
Give summery lace dresses and heeled sandals a winter upgrade by simply throwing your favorite oversize sweater on top.
Statement sweatshirts are the way to go when you're looking to give casual weekend style a little something extra.
On Karolina Jo: Zara sweater and jeans; Mango bag.
Forget tucking; when it comes to sporting girlfriend, boyfriend, and mom jeans with your favorite ankle boots, try rolling up the ankles for a different look.
On Mind: Morgan Carper for Of a Kind cape.
Take a break from the usual outerwear and throw on a cape for something with a fresh silhouette.
Pair an oversize top and chunky fur coat with skinny pants to balance out the top-heavy outfit.
On Claire Liu: BB Dakota sweater; Paige Denim jeans; Adidas sneakers.
No matter what you're wearing, basic white sneakers should always be on the list of possible shoe options to complete the look.
On Model: Nikki Chasin for Of a Kind dress.
"Winterfy" a summer mini dress with the help of opaque tights and a leather jacket.
On Angela Fink: Tibi coat.
When you're looking for a new go-to coat, skip the usual black picks and go for an unexpected gray, which has all the versatility you need and the fresh look you want.
On Jenny Cipoletti: Ashley B NYC jacket; Bebe hat.
Make an all-black look a little more exciting by playing with elements that have different textures— e.g., a suede skirt with a felt hat, a fur vest, and leather sleeves.
All-black everything, give or take a coat and purse. Look for ways to sneak unexpected pops of color into your look to freshen up any monochromatic ensemble. (Also, say yes to fringe.)
On Jill Lansky: ASOS hat.
You can never go wrong with a classic plaid scarf, no matter the color scheme.
On Jess Kirby: Vintage coat; Charlotte Ronson jacket and jeans; Rachel Zoe boots.
Decked-out heels turn simple ankle booties into instant statement pieces.
A light skirt paired with a dark top, coat, and pair of thigh-high boots gives your outfit a little more dimension.
On Stephanie Liu: Rachel Comey jacket; James jeans; Kurt Geiger heels; She & Lo bag.
Classic pointed pumps are a chic style staple regardless of the temperature.
On Model: Stella McCartney top and pants.
Keep summer co-ords in use all winter long by layering with long-sleeve blouses, sweaters, and coats.
On Model: IMAGO-A for Of a Kind bag.
Colorful patent oxfords are a fun, classic addition to any outfit, which also happens to be the case for a good-old collared cape.
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This post was updated by Aemilia Madden.