Cold-Weather Outfit Ideas From Paris Fashion Week—in GIFs!

There’s nothing like a little bit of Paris street style to inspire our cold weather dressing. And when the chicest sartorial stars are moving, in GIF form? Game over. To infuse new life into your winter wardrobe, look no further than the streets of Paris Fashion Week, where the below 10 fashionistas continue to hit it out of the park.

From daytime metallics to statement coats, suede skirts to chunky-knit sweaters, these ladies show us how it’s done, rocking some of the season’s most popular trends. Scroll through to see them in action!

Try a little metallic for daytime by layering a dress over pants and belting the look at the waist.

There’s nothing more elegant than the long lines of a duster coat, whether you’re draping it over a dress or throwing it on over a pair of ripped jeans.

Treat a chunky turtleneck sweater like a shirt and tuck it into a textured midi skirt.

Have a bit of fun if you’re planning to hit the the dance floor by opting for a dress with fringe for dynamic movement.

Try a modern approach to traditional suiting by going for a matching set of a structured top and wide-leg trousers.

Balance high and low dressing by styling your skirt and blouse combo with a pair of lowtop sneakers.

Add extra flair to a solid shirtdress by accentuating your waist with a statement belt or scarf.

A sleeveless coat is a great option for transitional weather, as you can layer it over or under additional knits and jackets, as needed.

With all the time we spend in the cold during the winter months, use it as an opportunity to invest in a coat that’s as head-turning and awesome as everything you’re wearing underneath!

Add texture to a simple LBD with a leather or suede trench.


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