Winter Ready: What to Wear in 30-Degree Weather

When the temperature drops below freezing, dressing to brave the outdoors isn't an easy task. Dressing to brave the outdoors in a stylish getup is even more of a challenge. To get you through these winter months—bundled up to face the cold without compromising your personal style—we've put together some welcome inspiration for what to wear in 30-degree weather. Straight from the streets of New York, Paris, and Stockholm fashion weeks, our favorite style muses serve up plenty of cold-weather outfit ideas to try this winter. Just add your coziest pair of gloves and your favorite insulating beanie, and you'll be good to go.

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Invest in a thick mid-length coat—bonus points if it boasts quilting.

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A touch of faux fur in a fun color makes for a warm (and stylish) detail.

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A long coat can literally make your whole outfit.

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A shearling jacket layered over a classic hoodie is cool girl–approved.

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Brighten up your wintertime look with pops of unexpected color.

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White ankle boots make a striking statement with any cold-weather ensemble.

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Spice things up with a statement jacket that carries the rest of your outfit.

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Combine a statement jacket with white ankle boots for the ultimate power coupling.

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For a classic off-duty look that's approved for winter weather, wear an oversize shearling jacket with skinny jeans and ankle boots.

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Teddy bear fur is an on-trend way to stay super cozy this winter.

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A military-inspired jacket works with any casual look.

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Even elevated fur looks cooler when paired with a laid-back ensemble like a T-shirt and jeans.

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Color-coordinate your accessories to instantly bring your look together.

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If you have a long coat to top it off, a sweaterdress over skinny jeans is a cozy way to switch things up.

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