Snowfall Style Inspiration: Winter street style 2016/17

Snowfall Style Inspiration: Winter street style 2016/17

by Paige Exell -

While autumn's leaves have still yet to fall, it's not too early to start prepping your wardrobe for the first snow fall. Think heavy boots, coats, gloves and cool hats that will keep you warm throughout the snowy season. Lost for winter style inspiration? Get The Look is showing you some of the best winter looks, inspired by New York's brightest street style stars and fashion bloggers. From shearling lined coats to layers on layers, read on for a few key items you'll want to add to your winter wardrobe!



Faux fur has always been a key fabric when it comes to winter wardrobes. But this year, try a different approach to the trend by opting for a shearling lined coat, instead. The shearling lined coat is a more subdued take on fur, because it only allows for a small bit of the wool to show underneath the coats lining. It also does a great job in keeping you warm, and can be found underneath an assortment of different style coats like leather, suede and even denim!


Winter accessories are essential for braving the cold weather and snow. Whether it's a cozy blanket scarf, a toque, gloves or all of the above, winter accessories have the power to pull your look together while keeping you warm all at the same time. Layer a long, fleece coat with an oversized scarf, then top off your look – literally – with a cool beanie hat that will hide a bad hair day and give you serious style points!


While camel, black, and shades of grey may be the most popular colours when choosing a winter coat, spice things up a little by adding an unconventional, printed coat to your winter wardrobe. Whether it's graphic lettering, a bright spring colour or a subtle print, a unique coat will add life to your winter wardrobe.


Who said you can't wear white after labour day? This winter, become one with the snow by trying out a daring white-on-white look. For a clean, sophisticated look, opt for an off-white winter coat, white trousers and a black tee to break up the cool shade.

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