Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.

10 Rad Ways To Wear Baroque (Outside Of A Renaissance Fair)

  1. Begin
    baroque-opener

    479

    SHARES

    comments
    See All Slides

    Once those low temperatures start to hit, it becomes harder and harder to find the motivation to infuse anything other than warmth into our wardrobes. Gone are the flirty florals and playful prints of summer, and we're left with decidedly more dreary options. Our solution? A little baroque.

    Metallic foils, fleur de lis prints, and heavy-duty brocade couldn't be more perfect for chilly temps — and they're not so bad for your style, either. Here, 10 Renaissance-inspired pieces that'll fancy up your closet without looking the least bit costumey.

    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Tinseltown

A Definitive Ranking Of Santas In Hollywood

Santa Claus/Saint Nicholas/Father Christmas/Kris Kringle — whatever you call him, he's coming to town. He's making a list and checking it twice. He's already found out if you've been naughty or nice. You better watch out, though. Some Santas aren't all about that holly jolly. Hollywood has given us plenty of Kris read

Tinseltown

Fancy Winter Shoes That Are Actually WARM

While you may have every intention of showing up to your holiday parties this weekend in open-toe sandals or pumps, the weather can make big snow boots seem way more appealing. Too bad those clunksters just won't cut it with your festive look (unless your outfit of choice involves snowboarding pants; we won't judge). read