By: Callie Kim

Photos by: Sarah Mardjuki

“It’s too cold” should not be an excuse to stay in, especially when you have these versatile winter jackets on hand. Outerwear should accentuate your style, not cover it up. Keep reading for staples that will add warmth and style to your looks this winter, plus trendy tips that will make you stand out from the group.

Denim Jacket

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An oversized denim jacket brings a laid-back vibe to any outfit. Pair it with a bodycon dress, hoop earrings, bouncy ponytail, and bold lipstick to transform into the ultimate vintage party girl.

Leather Jacket


A structured leather jacket is a time-tested formula for instant edginess. Take things to the next level by rocking a crop top or bandeau and high-waisted pants underneath. Add heels for legs that last for miles.

Faux Fur Jacket


If you’re in the mood to be extra, the faux fur jacket is the move. Keep the rest of your outfit simple to keep attention on your textured centerpiece and avoid overdoing it. If you’re like me (aka vertically challenged), throw on a pair of platform heels to play with different shapes and really grab people’s attention.

Bomber Jacket


A black bomber jacket can dress up any daytime outfit and transform it into a nighttime ensemble. Try layering it with different textures such as velvet, lace, or anything sparkly. The simplicity of this jacket makes it a great piece to wear with statement necklaces and giant earrings.

So whether you got a Facebook invite to Brown House or Formal, you won’t have to hibernate this winter with these stylishly warm tips.

CALLIE KIM is an Econ major in the College. When she’s not tossing salads at Hilltoss, you can find Callie watching Friends (or one of her many favorite reality TV shows), and playing Candy Crush.
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