Not too long ago, skinny jeans, miniskirts, and body-con dresses could be found in almost any girl’s night-out repertoire. And, truthfully, many of these still are. But, the fashion industry has gotten the memo: Vessel-constricting apparel does not a lady make. As far as we're concerned, baggy's not back — it's here for the long run.
So, consider the slides ahead your outfit inspiration wish list of non-Spanx-required looks that will allow you to have your holiday feast and eat it, too – yes, even that extra helping of your mom’s famous mashed potatoes. And, luckily for us, oversized fashion is far from frumpy and shapeless, which makes winter dressing a whole lot more exciting. The loose-fit trend is ideal for layering, appropriate from day to night, and will keep you extra-toasty in the constant battle against Mother Nature.
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Introducing the LGSD: the little grey sweater dress, a.k.a. your new winter staple.
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A tunic-length top is the easiest of oversized essentials. Standout prints are optional but recommended.
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Goodbye, body-con. Hello, flouncy frock.
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Because wearing slightly loose-fitting clothing takes us one step closer to Jenna Lyons' aesthetic.
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Embrace your inner Edie Sedgwick with the biggest and shaggiest coat you can find.
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Our kind of winter tux.
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Doesn't get easier than a printed jumpsuit that can be layered over long johns or under chunky sweaters for the duration of the season.
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Cocoon coats instantly create a mod moment.
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Sequined sweater that doubles as a tunic: yes. Denim jacket over sequined sweater that doubles as a tunic: double yes.
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Just because it's oversized doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your shape. This flared skirt highlights curves while the top remains relaxed and comfy.