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How to dress if you hate winter

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How to dress if you hate winter

Consider the scarf

If you dread putting on your winter coat every morning, opt for the coziest, prettiest scarf you can find to brighten up your parka. On warmer days, you can even get away with wearing it, cape-style, over a leather jacket.   READ MORE: The best things $100 will buy you right now

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How to dress if you hate winter

How to dress if you hate winter

Weekend Max Mara scarf ($185), at matchesfashion.com.   READ MORE: These trends had a major impact in 2015

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How to dress if you hate winter

Stock up on sweater dresses

A cozy, knit dress is the ultimate one-and-done solution to those dark early morning spent in front of your closet exclaiming you have nothing to wear.   READ MORE: Here's why forest green is the new black

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How to dress if you hate winter

How to dress if you hate winter

Proenza Schouler wool knit sweater dress ($1,122), at ssense.com.   READ MORE: How to wear all-white, all week

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How to dress if you hate winter

Pair tall boots with culottes

Make winter culottes an option this winter without damaging the nerve endings on your ankles.   READ MORE: Get ahead of the pack in these metallic kicks

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How to dress if you hate winter

How to dress if you hate winter

Fratelli Rossetti tall boots ($657 USD), at shoescribe.com.   READ MORE: 50 stunning cocktail dresses

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How to dress if you hate winter

Embrace the duck boots

Face it, there will come a day this winter when serious footwear will be the only option. Paired with the right pant (in this case, a tight black pair) this utilitarian shoe can look, dare we say, cute.   READ MORE: This accessory will spark your PINterest

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How to dress if you hate winter

How to dress if you hate winter

L.L. Bean women's Bean boots ($139 USD), at llbean.com.   READ MORE: 50 pairs of winter boots that don't suck

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How to dress if you hate winter

Layer, layer, layer

Start with a thermal shirt, then, a lightweight jacket and finally, a long coat. Consider it winter dressing maximalism.   READ MORE: Let these faux fur pieces fill a void in your closet

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How to dress if you hate winter

How to dress if you hate winter

Madewell side-button thermal tee ($71.39), at madewell.com.   READ MORE: How to make a bigger statement with your wardrobe

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How to dress if you hate winter

Keep wearing colour

If your favourite colours also happen to be flavours of gelato, don't trade them in for black and grey just because it's cold out.   READ MORE: How to wear thigh-high boots, from tame to thrilling

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How to dress if you hate winter

How to dress if you hate winter

MSGM astrakhan effect coat ($777.87), at farfetch.com.   READ MORE: The Canadian label that's shaking up womenswear

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How to dress if you hate winter

Find your perfect sweater

Here's the great thing about an oversized sweater: With the right layers underneath, it can replace a coat – perfect for a day when you won't be spending too much time outside.   READ MORE: What's your sweater personality?

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How to dress if you hate winter

How to dress if you hate winter

Polo Ralph Lauren wool-alpaca pullover ($435), at stylebop.com.   READ MORE: 10 statement necklaces under $50

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