30 Perfect Looks To Copy This November

Okay, so it may not exactly feel like winter is coming here in New York City, but we know that the moment we'll have to layer up and face the cold is coming sooner than we think. Hey, it may have already arrived where you are. So, it's time to get prepared.

'Tis the season of turtlenecks, oversized sweaters, and outerwear that feels like blankets — and truthfully, minus the freezing temperatures, we're kind of excited. Because what's better than bundling up to max coziness, in style? To get our winter wardrobes ready for what's to come, we rounded up 30 killer outfits (one for every day of the month) to wear this November. Expect lots of wrap coats, moto boots, and layers upon layers in your future. Like, your very near future.

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A metallic turtleneck is the perfect excuse to get creative with your reliable top-and-midi-skirt combination. Plus, it can be worn tons of other ways, like underneath a silky shift, or tucked into a pair of embellished denim.

Dior top, skirt, jacket, and bag.
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Sometimes, the only solution to winter weather is bundling all the way up, so finding a coat that's cool and cozy is key.
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Even in chilly weather, casual Fridays call for jeans and a T-shirt. Make the look winter-ready by adding a thick blazer and skinny scarf (yes, it's a real trend) to the mix.

Rag & Bone T-shirt, A&E jeans, Zara blazer, Topshop shoes, vintage sunglasses, Céline bag.
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We're calling it now: An all-black outfit with sneakers and a playful jacket is going to be your wardrobe savior this season.
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When sticking to neutrals, opt for a colorful accessory (like this simple yellow clutch) to break things up.

Sandro shoes.
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On days where you just can't bear to not go bare-legged, make up for a lack of coverage with an extra-warm blanket coat and some chunky platforms.

Mark Cross bag.
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Layering is our cold weather best friend, so why not get extra mileage out of your trusty jumpsuit by throwing on a sleek button-up underneath?

Stella McCartney shirt and jumpsuit.
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A full-on leather look (think miniskirt, jacket, and moto boots), never hurt anyone.
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Running sneakers, ripped jeans, and an oversized camel coat? We call this the winter wardrobe trifecta.

Fendi bag, Nike shoes.
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Dangling earrings: The unconventional cold-weather staple you had no idea your wardrobe was missing.

DraugsVold earrings.
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For the days you really don't want to get dressed, opt for a sleek pair of sweats. If it's good enough for Kendall Jenner, it's good enough for us.

Gosha Rubchinskiy sweatshirt and sweatpants.
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This lace dress over pants is very Simone Rocha spring 2016, and we love it. What better way to add an extra layer to your look?

Kyrz's Closet dress.
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We said it once, and we'll say it again: Pink is the new black.

Kate Spade dress, The Nineteeth jacket, Topshop bag, Kurt Geiger shoes, Karen Walker sunglasses.
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The monochromatic ensemble gets an upgrade thanks to four varying shades of grey (hello, groutfit!). If you like to stick to neutrals, this turtleneck sweater/sweater skirt pairing is just for you.

Zara sweater, Dune London shoes.
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Never thought you could wear your bathrobe out of the house? Think again. Paired over some floral trousers and underneath an embellished jacket, this at-home staple suddenly gets a new life.

Nicholas Kirkwood shoes.
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No need for the blues this season if you've got a pastel coat and some patent platforms.
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Adding bold accessories — like lace-up heels and a thin scarf — can up the ante on any neutral look (a belted statement coat doesn't hurt, either).

Chloe jacket, Givenchy bag, Tony Bianco shoes, Karen Walker sunglasses.
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Proof that suits can be as versatile as an LBD.

LXÉ suit, Beau Coops shoes.
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Find a colorful fur scarf and stay wrapped in it all. winter. long...

Anton Belinskiy jeans.
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Because leggings are officially considered pants, so it's time to embrace them and all they have to offer (style, versatility, you get the picture).
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A color-blocked, multi-textured coat can make a major statement.

DROMe jacket, Play No More bag.
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Pink. Purple. Blue. Don't fall into an all-black rut this winter; try to incorporate some bright colors into your wardrobe whenever possible.
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A midi-length turtleneck dress is one you can wear all season long.

Bon Bon Sucre Boutique dress.
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A leopard coat can show off your wild side. Just do it.

Chanel bag, LUISVIAROMA shoes, Max Mara jacket, Céline sunglasses, Designer's Remix sweater, Noa Noa scarf.
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Dress up your favorite slouchy sweater by pairing it with a vibrant pleated skirt.

Chanel bag, Céline sunglasses.
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This is how you make bundled-up-in-monochrome look good.
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Keep warm with a scarf-meets-poncho-meets-blanket that is (at least) half comfort, and all style.

Lulu's poncho, Circus by Sam Edelman shoes.
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Surprise! The '70s aren't going anywhere. If you haven't hopped on the flares bandwagon, it's time you did.
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Instead of all black, try all blue. If you're extra daring, pick a contrasting coat, too.

MSGM coat.