What To Wear When March Goes Out Like A Lion

I’m sure I’m not alone in saying I’m SOOO over this winter. And I know I’m not the only one who feels like it’s dragged on far long enough to punish us for last year’s super mild, barely-winter winter. So how about giving us a break there Mother Nature? While I await her response and while it continues to slush outside and the temperatures remain in that balmy 30-degree range, I need some more cold-weather fashion inspiration to get me through the final stretch of winter. Luckily, some of my favorite stylish stars were happy to oblige. These are the outfits I’ll be stealing while winter continues to remind us East Coasters how easy we had it last year.

Olivia Palermo Walks Her Dog In The Snow

Olivia Palermo’s cozy camel adds a luxe contrast to her army green pants

Kate Bosworth Arriving On A Flight At LAX

Love Kate Bosworth’s oversized jacket/blazer with her leather skinnies.

Olivia Palermo and Her Boyfriend Shop in New York

Olivia Palermo’s cool kicks and military jacket make this standard jeans look so much chicer.


Mixing patterns makes a winter outfit far less dreary


Miranda Kerr makes me (sorta) not mind another day of winter.


How to make snowboots work-appropriate, because you might as well get one more wear out of those babies.


Too cool for school in a beanie. Love the mustard tweed.


Well, as this stylish look reminds me, the good news is, you don’t have to wait until spring to wear a spring dress. Just pair with tights and boots and a fab cardi (or blazer/leather jacket/army coat) and top with your winter coat.

How are you getting through this never-ending winter in style? Give me some pre-spring sartorial pick-me-ups to keep me from holing up in uggs and my J.Crew sweateggings until its time to hit the beach.

{via FameFlynet/Le Catch/Vogue}


One thought on “What To Wear When March Goes Out Like A Lion

  1. Pingback: How To Take Leather Skinnies Into Spring | I Want Her Outfit

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