11 Winter Finds That You Can Actually Wear In Miami

Forget dreaming of a white Christmas. We’re just hoping the temperature drops low enough that we can wear our knee-high boots, and if we’re really lucky, maybe even a leather jacket. Realistically speaking, it’s not going to happen. But don’t worry. That doesn’t mean we can’t rock this season’s top trends without sweating—from faux-fur vests to light ponchos, we’ve rounded up 11 not-so-toasty winter finds that are Miami-proof. So, quit your longing for cold December nights (shivering isn’t a cute look anyway) and get inspired by some seasonal staples that look cool, but don’t require you to be, well, cold.
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A full fur coat. Ridiculous. A faux-fur vest with a knitted back. Miami chic.

Ella Moss Arabella Faux Fur Vest, $259, available at Nordstrom, 4310 Ponce de Leon Boulevard; 786-999-1313.
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There are two reasons why these booties are Miami-appropriate: the peep-toe and that killer stiletto heel.

Sam Edelman Sahar Bootie, available at Koko & Palenki, 7441 SW 88th Street; 305-668-2233.
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Cardigans aren’t quite as warm as a full jacket, but they’ll keep us snug during the occasional winter wind storm.

Clear Dawn Cardigan, $79.50, available at Madewell, 714 Lincoln Road; 305-534-8079.
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It's a better idea for your accessories — and not you — to be covered in knitwear.

Michael Kors Chunky-Knit Messenger, $125, available at Net-a-Porter.
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This pair of vegan leather pants isn’t as hot as the real thing, plus it'll give your ankles some room to breath. Score!

Blank Vegan Leather Pant, $88, available at Urban Outfitters, 5701 SW 72nd Street; 305-663-1536.
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This three-quarter-sleeve jacket covers up without a full-body takeover. The sparkle is just an added bonus that can take you from day to night.

Starshine Bolero, $138, available at Anthropologie, 19501 Biscayne Boulevard; 305-933-3512.
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Forgo the thick scarves and try this light handkerchief, complete with the effect of nostalgia.

Vintage Egyptian Ancient Scarf, $20, available at American Apparel, 720 Lincoln Road; 305-672-1799.
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There’s something about this print that makes us want to cozy up with a good book and a fireplace. Yet, something tells us these chic shorts will take you way beyond your den.

Blu Moon Navajo Shorts, $127, available at revolveclothing.com.
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We blame our affinity for floppy hats on Rachel Zoe. So when we realized this ranger rendition was knitted and not made of heavy wool, we thought that was just bananas (and convenient).

Shri Ranger Knitted Hat, $48, available at Free People.
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We’ve never understood why our northern counterparts wear capes to keep them warm. The garb seems much better suited for us, don’t you think?

Scarf Cape, $128, available at Juicy Couture, 1103 Lincoln Road; 305-534-4516.
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Not only do these tights protect our (ass)ets, but the cheetah print pattern offers an on-trend look that's just breezy enough for our winter months.

Spanx Tight End Animal Print Tights, $42, available at Nordstrom, 4310 Ponce de Leon Boulevard; 786-999-1313.
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