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16 Winter Must-Haves & Styling Guidance From L.A.'s Rising Wardrobe Star!

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    We all agree, a styling gig playing dress up with Hollywood's heavyweights is a to-kill-for career. But, paying your dues in order to get top billing of your own far exceeds coffee runs and taking memos. It's heavy lifting (literally), folks! That's why we're thrilled to see stylist Caley Lawson ascending the red-carpet ranks with gusto.

    After years under Tara Swennen's tutelage, Lawson is now the West Coast ambassador for Gwyneth's go-to stylist Elizabeth Saltzman, and has also flown solo, working with the likes of Jena Malone and Camilla Alves. The Kansas native has earned a glowing rep for her understated and elegant ensembles, and deserves her success in spades.

    To share all of that wardrobe wisdom, we've slated you an appointment for an easy lesson on winter dressing straight from the woman herself. From the ultimate handbag staple to an all-time favorite flat, there's no denying this ingenue's spot-on suggestions. Get clicking, and swipe some star swagger of your own — schlepping not necessary.

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