What celebrities are wearing this winter
Celebrities are notorious for bringing out the big guns when it comes to winter fashion. You’ll see a variation of styles that have all the fashionistas in a frenzy! This season is no different, and celebrities have turned winter on its fashion ear in a major way. Here’s a list to get you celeb-worthy:
This year’s coats are full of vibrant color in orange, electric blue, post-box red and canary yellow in pea-coat styles, mid-length tailored looks and full-length options to get heads turning. Gwen Stefani wore the style best with her beaut check coat, paired with a black shift and boots.
If you watch television, nothing can compare to the white coat from the Burberry Prorsum Spring 2013 collection Olivia Pope of Scandal wore that had the fashion world buzzing.
Bomber-style jackets with furry hoods are hot, hot, hot! You can see this style spotted on almost every A-list celebrity for a cute and casual change of pace.
The man-tailored look is still in, and the tried and true trench coat will never die. This winter also introduces the fringed trench coat as a popular style.
Hot tailored looks are in this year. Booties are still a permanent staple in all styles. Leopard print booties have been spotted, but this winter welcomes over-the-knee boots and calf-length selections as major go-to contenders. It seems the warm and fuzzy ugg trend is over.
Leather skinnies are quickly becoming the go-to selection for A-list celebrities this winter paired with sweaters, jumpers, thigh-high boots and booties. Although there are many different selections, black is the reigning champion.
The mini dress in winter fabrics is popular, and if you’re going out for a night on the town, try a glittery skirt with a beautiful knit sweater to stay warm and chic.
A celebrity wouldn’t be a celebrity without the perfect accessories to match their outfits. The reigning champion this season that has been consistent on every celebrity is a pair of hot sunglasses. You can’t deny their versatility and ability to up their “it” factor.