30 Cool Outfit Ideas to Keep You Warm Every Single Day of November

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‘Tis the season of layering. Slip a structured dark coat over a light blue button-down and a black turtleneck. Keep your black jeans cropped so the hems just touch your ankle boots.

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The dress-over-pants trend isn't going anywhere. To make it more winter-fashion-appropriate, simply slip on a kelly green sweater over the polka dot dress you put on over your jeans.

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Make your neutrals stand out by combining an ivory textured sweater with white wide-leg pants. Opt for an off-white bag, but work in a black belt and matching boots to break up all that white.

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Sweater coats were made for late November dressing. Look for one that boasts ribbed accents to coordinate with your striped shirt and cap off your distressed denim with red hot boots.

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You can't have too much texture this time of year. Top off side-tie black pants with a dark grid sweater boasting tons of fringe. Strap on a belt bag crossbody fashion for a winning almost-winter look.

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Around Thanksgiving, extra thick layers may be required. Slip a plaid blazer over a chunky tan sweater to keep the chill at bay. White pants and green boots tie everything together.

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By the end of the month, double denim may not be enough to keep you toasty. Add in a colorful sweater for extra warmth. Roll the cuffs on your jeans to show off those patterned boots.

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Remember when extra long tops were trending? Dig out your favorite and sport it under a patterned blazer to have a little fun with proportions. Cropped dark jeans ideal for flaunting those white boots add another layer to the winter fashion look.

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Show your stripes by slipping on a dark blue jacket over a red striped button-down. Basic blue jeans and red studded boots further define this winter fashion look.

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Keep logomania going by layering a designer tee over a button-down. Cover up with a bright yellow coat and tuck your dark jeans into reddish boots.

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Layer a statement gingham coat over a faux leather tan blazer and a white polo shirt. Cinch your classic jeans with a snakeskin belt and round out the look with your go-to dark brown boots.

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Perk up a pale top and pale pink pants combo with a colorblock coat. Earn extra points if you find one with a bold lining.

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Invest in a vest this season so you’re not always stuck wearing the same winter coat. Pick separates in a lighter shade for a little contrast.

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A plaid coat over a patterned top and blue jeans provides contrast without clashing. White boots and a textured brown tote add polish to the winter fashion 2018 look.

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Shiny pants can carry into cold weather as long as you pair them with a fluffy striped sweater. Work in a beaded mini tote and tan sneakers for extra texture.

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Asymmetry is your friend for fall. Layer a charcoal turtleneck under a statement sweater and matching knit skirt to keep warm sans coat. Tie a striped scarf around your (turtle)neck for extra pizzazz.

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Wrap up a bold striped maxi dress with a colorfully patterned sweater. Add in black kicks to ground the look.

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A long, khaki puffer gets an instant upgrade with a statement tee and off-white jeans. Two-tone boots will jazz things up even more.

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A plaid coat pairs perfectly with rust-colored patterned pants. Add in a black turtleneck and white boots to balance out the look.

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Match the accent colors of your collegiate sweater to the colors of your platform sneaks. Slit-hem jeans let your color coordination skills shine.

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Yes, you can still wear dresses when it’s cold out. Opt for a maxi version in an oh-so-trendy tie-dye pattern that screams fall. Square-toe white boots are the perfect finishing touch.

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Make your utility jumpsuit stand out with a pair of dark brown gathered boots.

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Take your cropped jeans from summer through fall by capping them off with caramel cowboy boots. Work in a camel blazer over a white button-down and carry a colorful snakeskin bag to up the cool factor.

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If you indulged in the Hawaiian shirt trend over the summer, you can still sport it in November. Just layer a dark blazer on top and finish it off with worn-in blue jeans along with black and white kicks.

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Extend the life of your sheer maxi skirt by tucking in a black shirt under a blue button-down up top. Wear socks with your sandals to keep them in rotation, too.

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A colorful striped shirt pops under a green lightweight jacket. Dark jeans and sneaker-like black boots keep the focus up top.

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A burgundy Adidas track jacket over a brightly striped top tucked into a pale pink maxi skirt is surprisingly chic. Especially with those white boots.

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Because there’s no such thing as too much denim when it comes to winter fashion 2018. Layer a denim jacket (preferably patchwork) over a denim button-down with the buttons undone to reveal a neutral turtleneck. Add in patchwork jeans and pointy white boots for an urban cowgirl finish.

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Glamleisure is still going strong so dress up your green track pants with a colorful floral coat layered over a muted turtleneck.

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Amp up a winter fashion 2018 staple faux fur coat by teaming it with a neutral top and purple pants. Complete the cozy look with camel suede boots.

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November is a bit of a crapshoot. You can go from relatively mild temps in the 50s to bone-chilling readings in the 30s. And there’s always the possibility of rain and/or snow. But have no fear: we collated 30 winter fashion looks to keep you toasty in 2018/2019. While most involve a little lot of layering, let your personality shine through by picking statement outerwear (think plaid coats), patterned pants and whiplash-inducing sweaters.

Find out how to survive November in style in the slideshow above.

[ Next: A Month’s Worth of Fall Outfit Ideas for Every Rainy, Chilly, Windy Possibility ]

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