Get ’em Now: Fierce Fashion Finds for Freezing Temps

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Think covering up isn’t cute? Think again! We’ve rounded up five fierce fashion finds that will keep you wildly warm this winter without cramping your style. Because, after all, showing a ton of skin when it’s freezing cold outside isn’t exactly hot, is it?

1. Sequin Sleeve Twill Jacket

$118 at


Army jackets are back and better than ever for winter. Do yourself a solid and buy yours with a bit of bling. We’re currently obsessing over this fab Faubourg du Temple olive green twill jacket featuring gold sequin sleeves that scream sexy in a chic, subtle way. It’s the perfect piece to dress up a basic T-shirt and jeans. Simply add some military boots, and you’re ready to march on.

2. Vegan Leather Skinny Pants 

$98 at


You can never go wrong with a little leather, real or faux! These sizzling skin-tight black pants are bound to bring all the boys to the yard -- not to mention have all the ladies in the room begging to know where you bought them. Style ’em with an oversized sweater for day or a beautiful blouse and blazer for night. 

3. Faux Fur Moto Jacket 

$198 at 


What do you get when you combine faux fur with a moto jacket? One seriously sick coat if you ask us! Take a walk on the wild side this winter and let your true colors shine in this loud and proud, dip-dyed ombre jacket from Chaser. You’re sure to stand out in a crowd when you sport it, while staying toasty at the same time.

4. Velvet in Versailles Dress

$80 at


Velvet is one of the hautest trends of the winter, which is precisely why we’re crushing so hard on this gorgeous purple velvet maxi. Paired with a cool black leather jacket and pumps, it’s a dress that can be worn both day and night. 

5. Asymmetric Knee Boots

 $270 at


When in doubt, break some sexy leather knee-high boots out! These are a must in every girl’s winter wardrobe. Not only are they practical weather-wise, but they look super hot when worn with tights, a mini dress (or skirt) and a pretty peacoat.

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by Elizabeth Mitchell