We're not about to let a little snow or ice stand in the way of a good outfit — especially since Winter is only just beginning. That doesn't mean going bare-legged or refusing to bundle up  — remember, we want to look stylish, not clueless — but we refuse to wear a sleeping bag masquerading as a coat .
Clearly, this street styled crew knows the feeling, showing off a set of Winter-ready outfits that don't include oversize puffers or snow pants. Instead, their looks inspire a sleek, pulled-together standard for your cold-weather style, because a little inclement weather should never stand in the way of a great outfit. Click through for the inspiration, and prepare to layer up in style.
Tone on tone color play made this combo a standout.
Orange you glad she added some wow-factor color?
Nothing emboldens a Winter look quite like a flash of bright color.
Sometimes, it's all about how you style it — the fastened collar provides extra warmth and makes a statement.
All black, coupled with a printed blue coat and minimalist chain-adorned booties might be the quickest way to a chic Winter style moment.
For the fashion fearless, a crop top is surefire way to beat the Winter doldrums.
Sure your puffer jacket is a Winter necessity, but it also looks pretty cute atop skinny jeans and a cozy sweater.
Now's the time to embrace luxe texture like a furry coat — the perfect antidote to black skinny jeans.
Dress up your shearling with a cross body bag.
Practicality doesn't have to trump style, just perk up your layers with a bright knit.
Wide leg pants further the vintage flair of a fuzzy coat.
Don't let the Winter shut out your style, add personality with a scarf — that's easy, right?
Layers and leopard print, need we say more?
Her hat may say tomboy, but that Chanel bag says fashion darling.
Bundling up looks better in shearling, doesn't it?
We can't take our eyes off of her bright separates.
Black and white done right, with a chic bag and a flash of print on her scarf.
A riff on the classics with red, white, blue, and camel.
Dress up any outfit with bright color.
Do it all up in neutrals for a keep-cool Winter approach.
If you're going all black, don't underestimate the importance of great accessories.
Turn up the outfit interest any time of year with a pair of patchwork pants.
Ladylike plaid and a bit of camo are the proof that opposites do attract.
This furry vest is as cozy as it is cool.
Bundling up can look downright artistic with the right draping.
Getting playful with your Winter dress code is as easy as adding prints.
A hoodie and a beanie lent a sportier, '90s-girl effect to this Winter style.
With a plaid coat, you need little else to tie together your Winter look.
Nothing adds interest quite like a furry vest.
Sure, it's simple, but this all-black look scores points with a little leather and a pair of tough-girl boots.
A luxe muff does more than provide warmth.
Layers don't mean covering up your style — a bold camo-print coat was the perfect way to show it off.
Let your layers be an opportunity to reinvent your look — she did with a denim dress, sweater, and camel coat.
This is why we'll never tire of a great coat — invest in one and wear it proudly all season.
Winter doesn't have to mean gray days; this street style pro added interest with a blue-hued leather jacket and white jeans.
Sometimes, it's all about how you wear your accessories, like her shoulder bag thrown on crossbody style.
Hanne Gaby Odiele stayed spunky with camo-print pants, an oversize fur, and a bright beanie.
Say goodbye to the Michelin Man effect and add warmth with a sleek puffer.
Shorts over tights can be tricky, but when it's done right, the effect is oh so cool.
Nothing wrong with the classics, especially when they look like this.
Take the grunge-inspired approach and add a little plaid and sheer black tights to the mix.
If you're prep through and through, you'll appreciate this checked scarf and structured satchel.
Make your all-black looks infinitely cooler with studded footwear.
Give your edgy look a Winter upgrade with a cozy beanie and boots.
Play the part of city sophisticate in a posh leather jacket and pumps.
Borrow from a little model-off-duty style and add luxe with a furry topper — then elongate those stems with skinny black jeans and black booties.
Refresh a bookish look with layers and geeky-chic specs.
We never met a leopard coat we didn't like — how very Kate Moss , no?
Let your scarf be the star of your outfit — and watch the compliments roll in.
Counter your tough-girl ensemble with some smart footwear.
Nothing breaks up all black like a bit of eclectic print.