Here's How To Keep Your Winter Layering Far Away From The Michelin Man

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Here's How To Keep Your Winter Layering Far Away From The Michelin Man

For the girl who wants to keep her off-duty classic, chic, but most of all, super casual, pair a cool combination of plaid print, knitted layers, and a mixed-media coat to achieve your desired effect.

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This is equal parts tough girl (look at all that leather!) and girlie-girl (a soft pink textured sweater is key), and it just so happens to hit all the right notes for a low-key cold-weather look.

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Winter whites with a layered, cozy twist. To make sure you're not drowning in the lighter hue, take care to play with proportions, tones, and texture.

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Let's take a moment to put aside the holiday styling preparations, and turn our attention to a more casual affair. We're thinking off-duty here. More specifically, we're thinking about the ways in which we can take our low-key Winter looks - layers, layers, and more layers - and transform them into chic, functional, nonbulky uniforms.

Let's start with three solid outfit ideas: a silky maxi dress-turtleneck combo for the feminine styler, a plaid-infused ensemble for the classicist, and a leather-fur-wool trifecta that won't let a textural enthusiast down. Click on for our latest (off-duty) edition of how not to look like the Michelin Man when heading out into subzero temps, and tell us how you'll be wearing your laid-back wares this weekend.

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