How To Master The Minimalist Look In Winter

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We don’t need to remind you that dressing for the cold can be a tricky task. Attempting to marry various trends while keeping the freezing temperatures at bay can be frustrating. When in doubt, we recommend keeping it simple. Opt for modern silhouettes, quality fabrics and neutral hues for a fresh, streamlined palette that’ll undoubtedly deliver a chic cold-weather outfit. Here, four ways to create an anything-but-basic minimalist ensemble that can’t be beat.

Vanessa Jackman

Simply Chic

Style tip: Select an easy silk jumpsuit and layer on a crisp white shirt and longline waterfall coat for a gorgeous flowy-yet-polished look.

Silver-Tone Resin Earrings

$25

Noir Jewelry

Low-Tops

$595

Calvin Klein Collection

Draped Silk Jumpsuit

$695

Tibi

Hand Made Coat

$199

Zara

Ribbed Cashmere Beanie

$71

N.PEAL CASHMERE

Margaux Cotton Shirt

$170

Equipment

Style tip: Update classic gray trousers with a winter white vest and loafer pumps. Add some luxe extras, such as a faux fur stole and mirrored sunnies.

Mirrored Sunglasses

$1,119

Linda Farrow

Slip-On Booties

$1,135

J.W. Anderson

Humphrey Collar

$65

Babaton

Garrand Sweater

$75

Wilfred

Slim Trousers

$695

DSquared2

Wrap Sleeveless Jacket

$105

Topshop

Style tip: Opt for a gilet and trousers combo for the office. Incorporate a little edge with long leather gloves and pointed-toe shoes with zipper and snakeskin details.

Frankie Brushed Wool Gilet

$450

Mayor Pointed Flat Shoe

$40

ASOS

Oversized Poplin Shirt

$185

M.I.H. Jeans

Style tip: Stay comfy with yummy suede leggings, a cape coat and flat booties.

Ankle Boots

$560

Acne Studios

Large Leather Tote

$950

Saint Laurent

Radio Star Acetate Sunglasses

$70

Le Specs

Cape Sleeve Jacket

$695

Jacky Leggings

$1,283

Stouls