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Winter Fashion Guide

This season, play with mustard, blush tones, and wine hues with hints of sophisticated black and cream. Mix fun
textures like suede, matte leather, velvet, and tweed. For an extra touch of holiday color, use pretty plum colored
beauty products like Nars’ Mind Game Velvet Lip Glide Collection ($41) or Burt’s Bees lipstick ($9), or opt for sleek,
oxblood red gloves.

Dress up a pretty pink sweater-trouser combo with a classic grey wool coat and black bag and belt, or go casual in
denim and boots. Repurpose the blush, wide-leg trousers with a flattering black top, or bring in fun stripes and
patterns with a daring dress pant. Matching black accessories add a professional touch to either ensemble, and
emerald green gloves provide an unexpected pop of spontaneous holiday style. Stay monochromatic with Essie’s
Cashmere Matte Nail Polish ($18) and Nars sheer, nude illuminator ($29).

For holiday parties or dressy winter weddings, opt for berry tones and warm browns. Velvet is the universal holiday
fashion textile; bring it to life in a swing dress or elegant top and pair with a sensual trench coat or structured leather
jacket. Chelsea boots or strappy sandals go well with this ensemble, and for an unexpected pop of print we chose
70s style python booties and a rose-gold clutch to hold your L’Oreal Paris Color Riche red lipstick ($12).

Nothing says classic like navy, so for this guide we opted for a classic two-piece suit in the hue complemented by
pleated cream trousers and a flattering silk tank to be mixed-and-matched or worn by color. Dress up the ensemble
with black suede pumps, a black leather clutch and a silk scarf, or go casual in ankle boots, camel tote, and retro
shades. For beauty, go natural and dewy with Bobbi Brown’s SPF Lip Balm ($24) and smell incredible with Byredo’s
Gypsy Water fragrance ($240).

Dress chic in nostalgic, warm winter browns with a hint of navy. We like the classic white-shirt black-trouser
duo paired with a dark brown tweed overcoat. Go the full monochrome mile with a sleek burnt-caramel
colored tie, or go black-tie with a great…black tie! We like the versatility of this unexpected color combo in
that either brown or black brogues will work like a charm. Extra points for matching accessories, like this Mr.
Jenks umbrella ($200).

Navy, second only to brown, is our favorite men’s color for winter. Dress up navy trousers with a lighter,
matching toned button up and black boots and belt, or go casual in a warm long-sleeve henley and
sneakers. The classic pieces in traditional colors lend themselves well to a variety of shoe choices from
boots to brogues to suede blue sneakers.

This style guide marries three of the season’s best colors– navy, oxblood, and burnt caramel. Accessorize
the classic pairing of white button up and navy dress pant with matching black or brown belts and shoes,
and top off the look with a smart grey blazer or wine-toned overcoat for warmth. Tie or no tie, finish the outfit
with Uniqlo’s 100% Cashmere Scarf ($38).

This casual style guide is built on Gap’s Classic Plaid Utility Flannel Shirt-Jacket ($98). Dark grey or tan
casual pants pair well with sneakers or boots, and a navy bomber and scarf. Accessories are, essentially,
limitless. We pulled fun shark keychains and buckskin work gloves for outdoorsmen, and a suede belt and
Marshall headphones ($150) for city dwellers.