30 Perfect Looks To Copy This November

If you're feeling the type of temperatures we've been feeling over the past week or so in New York City, then you've likely had to break out those winter coats and sweaters. It's gotten a little chilly, hasn't it? And while we're thankful for the switch in seasons (our summer dresses got a little too much wear), there's just one problem: we kind-of skipped fall.
Since we have a feeling November might be a bit of a gamble — it's supposed to be 70 degrees tomorrow, but could easily snow in three weeks — we're giving you a variety of ways to wear your cold-weather staples. That go-to knit? Tuck it into a skirt and go bare-legged, or let it hang loose over boyfriend jeans. That silky, long-sleeved dress? Wear solo with platforms or pair it with kick-flare trousers. With unpredictable temperatures, your wardrobe is going to have to pull double-duty. Let these 30 outfits ahead help your closet hit its full potential.
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You can't go wrong with a sweater dress and Converse.

Converse shoes.
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Frayed hem jeans will never go out of style. Use the style to switch things up.
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If you haven't invested in a pair of white boots, well, now's the time to.

Saks Potts dress, ATP Atelier shoes.
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Try two totally different prints in the same color scheme for one killer combination.

Monki top, Marks & Spencer skirt, Vagabond shoes.
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Puffer coats are the new norm. If you're worried about feeling too much like a marshmallow, balance it out with a flowing dress.

Ganni dress, Moncler coat, New Balance shoes.
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This outfit is simple, but packs a lot of punch. Grab a white shirt and black skinny jeans, and throw a bustier on top. Done.

Versace sunglasses, Winden Jewelry necklace.
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Or, style one over a coat worn as a mini dress.

ASOS coat, Yandy corset.
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Dress up sportier bottoms with some gold hoops and an extra-mini bag.

ASOS bottoms, Evans Clothing sweater, Nike shoes, Urban Outfitters bag.
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Go full-on '70s with flared jeans, platforms, and a faux-fur coat.

Fashion to Figure top, ASOS coat.
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Socks are this season's coolest accessory. Seriously. Hike up your sweatpants to show off what's happening at the ankle.

Yeezy x Adidas bottoms, Nike shoes.
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Take your cold-shoulder tops into the winter by layering it under a trench or bomber.

ASOS top, PrettyLittleThing bottoms, Primark shoes.
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Trade in your trusty black tote for something less expected.

Louis Vuitton bag.
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Give your puffer coat more definition by belting it at the waist. A little D.I.Y. never hurt anyone.

ASOS coat, Reebok shoes.
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Embrace the It girl accessory du jour: the beret.

ASOS dress, Everlane shoes, H&M hat.
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Get personal with your knitwear.

Hades top, Levi's bottoms, Aurevoircinderella shoes, vintage bag.
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Say it out-loud with a graphic tee.

Lazy Oaf top, Boohoo bottoms.
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Use a turtleneck as a layering piece, not just a statement-maker.

H&M top and bottoms.
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A solid leather skirt is an old reliable. Try a mini version, a pleated version, a pencil version, or any version you'd like.

Eloquii top and skirt.
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Never underestimate the power of a well-fitted suit.

Mulberry suit, shoes, and bag.
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It may be winter, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't give your sunglasses a thought. Try a pair of colored lenses for a little extra oomph.

Forever 21 top, ASOS bottoms, Zara cardigan, YF Designs bag.
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See, you can wear glitter in the daytime.

PREMME bottoms, Gucci bag.
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A lesson in how to wear a power blazer. Boom.

Reebok shoes, Chanel bag.
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Teddy coats are it. Make the trend your own by choosing a color or silhouette that best suits your personal aesthetic.
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If you're someone who lives in denim, try adding a colored pair of trousers into the mix.

New Look top, ASOS bottoms, Adidas Originals shoes, Zara bag, Mango earrings.
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A colored dress can be worn countless ways. Here, we love how it's toughened up with sneakers and backpacks.

Adidas shoes.
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How good do these three prints look all together?

H&M x Erdem top, Tracy Reese x Gwynnie Bee skirt, Anna Suit x I.N.C. jacket, Old Navy shoes, Rebecca Minkoff bag.
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Give throwback logos a go.

Fendi bag.
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Track pants can get dressed up too. Just add shiny shoes.

Younes Ouazzani bottoms, Ganni jacket, ASOS shoes.
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Throw your fanny pack over your arm, rather than at your waist.

H&M dress, vintage jacket, Supreme x Louis Vuitton bag.
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A black turtleneck and jeans is a solid foundation for an endless amount of outfits. Here, a printed high-waisted skirt and boxy blazer is added for extra effect, but you can incorporate pretty much anything.

Ganni skirt, Loewe bag.
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