Article on Vogue.com
What do you wear to work when the forecast says 15 degrees Fahrenheit and six inches of snow? First, the basics: We pull out our warmest parkas, our sturdiest snow boots, and our chunkiest sweaters for a cozy weekend of Netflix and hot chocolate. But when it comes to getting dressed for work, things get a lot trickier. Instead of re-wearing the same cashmere sweater every day, try thinking of clever ways to layer and style your favorite pieces—even during winter storm Harper, which is set to bring heavy snow and freezing rain to the East Coast this weekend. Below, we’ve outlined our ultimate cold-weather style tricks, and the pieces you need to get the look.
Invest in Formfitting, Neutral Knits—And Wear Them Under Everything
Here’s an easy way to wear your favorite summer dress all year round: Whether it’s a turtleneck, a snug ribbed sweater, or a simple crewneck, layer a sweater under (not over!) every pretty thing you own. Commando’s black turtleneck bodysuit is the perfect layering piece for body-skimming dresses, or you could even wear it under a light cashmere sweater, should you want to double up.
Socks Are Your Best Friend—Find Some You Want to Show Off
Instead of sticking to your everyday black socks that disappear inside your boots, find a pair that acts more like a statement accessory. Argyle socks look chic with backless shoes and loafers (without exposing your ankles to the elements) while a pair of preppy, over-the-knee socks can become a second layer under your trousers. [Read More Vogue.com]