Sometimes it's difficult to create an ensemble that's both stylish and cool-weather appropriate, but Emma Stone's latest NYC look proves it's possible to be toasty and trendy. The actress styled her signature sweater and blouse combo with true blue skinny jeans and black ankle boots, then topped her cozy look with a plaid buckle coat and slouchy gray beanie. We love how her printed topper breaks up her neutral staples and adds a touch of personality to this casual daytime look. Re-create Emma's layered look with a gray sweater, blue denim, black ankle boots, a beanie, and a plaid coat for a day of errands.
With Fall in full swing, warm coats and lots of layers are in major rotation among Hollywood trendsetters, and for singer Ellie Goulding, cozy knit hats top all her cool-weather wear. Last night, Ellie chose a colorful printed pom-pom hat for a showcase at PopSugar Studios in LA. On other occasions, the singer worked a mustard knit hat at a performance in Pennsylvania, then went back to basics in a white cable-knit hat in London. Ellie's cozy-chic hats are fashionable, functional, and easy to wear, so shop our favorite picks below to stay toasty and trendy all season long.
If a little cold, snow, and ice isn't going to keep you from running outside, make sure that you're properly dressed. An essential part of any good Winter running ensemble is a beanie — and not just any old beanie. Since it's a tricky thing to be sweating out in the freezing cold, you are going to need something to keep you both warm and dry, like the Smartwool Beanie ($25) (a favorite of FitSugar editor, Jenny). Not your style? Keep reading to see five more excellent picks for Winter running beanies.
>> Stepping outside your cozy abode can be a cold and scary thought. No fear, our cuddly knit accessory picks are sure to alleviate your anxiety: Thinsulate-lined mittens from Lauer, wool blend scarves from Rag & Bone, and DVF head wraps are sure to keep you looking stylishly warm while you trek all over town. Peruse the slideshow for more of our favorite knits.
We love mixing together classic Winter essentials — like a cable-knit sweater — with unexpected pairings for a new twist on cold-weather dressing. Take cue from this street style snap and contrast our cozy cream pick from American Eagle with a flirty floral skirt from Vanessa Bruno Athé, a Lot78 leather jacket, polka dots tights, and clay-colored boots from Coach for a refreshingly sweet vibe.
Left to right: Lot78 Ziggy Leather Biker Jacket ($1,390), Vanessa Bruno Athé Watercolor Print Skirt ($193, orginally $275), AE Cable Knit Sweater ($60), Mulberry Alexa Bag ($1,150), Coach Sydney Bootie ($348), Asos Turban Headband ($14), Roxy Footprint Tights ($11, originally $16)
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There are many moments in fashion when I can't believe someone made that! But that's what makes it all so fun — the industry encompasses the chic, the not-so-chic, and the flat-out bizarre. Like these chain shoes; they make Alexander McQueen's armadillo platforms look like a breeze to walk in. I may not want to own them, but I can appreciate them. Proceed to see more similarly unusual pieces, some worth considering, some totally not.
We often look to Diane Kruger for red carpet inspiration — now let's take a lesson from her cold-weather routine. The actress was spotted shooting a movie in Berlin wearing a bundled-up outfit that's cozy cool. She kept her look dim but injected some light via an ivory knit beanie and red hoodie. Mortal combat boots lend a rough edge.
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Fab reader allthingsgrow recently wrote in asking for chic Winter hat suggestions for her upcoming trip to Prague. Good thing she did; it inspired me to embark on a major hat hunt. Not only will my finds keep your head toasty, they'll also make it look ahead of the game. Get it? Whether your preference is berets, trappers, beanies, or turbans, there's a chic Winter hat waiting to be worn by you.
I can't think of a better time than now to present you with De*Nada, an emerging accessories line that gives a whole new meaning to the term cozy chic. It specializes in knits, more specifically beanies, gloves, and amazing roped scarves ($58). Peruvian designer Virginia Blanca Arrisueño started De*Nada — translating to you're welcome in Spanish — in 2005, and yearned to mix modern styles with ethnic touches. The latest Autumn/Winter '09 collection makes me want to smother my body in its delicately cool knits and frolic in bed all day.