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6 Cute Ways to Wear Dresses in Cooler Weather

When we interviewed playwright, Sun Mee Chomet for our new Find Your Perfect campaign, she made us see the beauty in dresses again. After all, they’re simple, feminine, and instantly pulled together. Just one step and you’re done. The only problem comes with cooler weather. When we asked Sun Mee how she winterizes her favorite shifts, she made it sound easy: “Thick tights, thick socks, and boots.” But sometimes that isn’t a perfect formula for chic. Because it’s not just about layering cozy scarves and stylish coats, it’s about bringing complementary colors and textures together. Here are six cute ways to style your dresses this winter.

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1. Over & Under

If you’re still taking baby steps towards the dress-over-pants trend, try layering a trim little mini over skinny black jeans.

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2. Sleeves, Please

Long-sleeved dresses are perfect for fall layering. Wear yours with thigh-high boots and a cozy circle scarf. Hint: neutral, tonal fabrics call for an eye-catching bag.

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3. Block it Out

Mix and match color-bocked pieces for a chic statement look. And guess what else goes great with color-blocking! Yep, block heels.

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4. Layer Up

Don’t say goodbye to that summer slip dress just yet. Winterize it with a fitted turtleneck (worn underneath, of course!) and rugged boots.

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5. Pretty in Pink

This minimalist coat picks up traces of pink in the ultra-feminine dress. Keep the whole look feminine with stiletto boots.

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6. Leather Weather

Warm up a leather shift with a cozy poncho. Hint: tan boots look fantastic with black tights and an otherwise monochromatic outfit.

Want more outfit inspiration? We’ve got you covered.

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