Americans are experiencing an extremely cold winter, and with yet another storm on the way, people may be thinking of ways to stay warm.
Just because you're in a puffy coat, that doesn't mean you can't look stylish. The key is thin, efficient layering for a sporty, polished look, Bergamotto said.
Uniqlo heat tech turtleneck, $19.90
H&M Fair Isle snood, $17.90
Hue rugged cable knee sock in ivory $7/pair
Charlotte Russe lace-up rain boots $35.50
American Eagle Outfitters cable knit convertible knit gloves $14.95, www.ae.com
Tommy Hilfiger sailor knit cap, $29.00
You might not want to look all sporty and bundled up. For moments when you want a trendier look, try pairing a camel coat with cozy, modern pieces that have a menswear-inspired vibe, Bergamotto said.
Talbots fedora $24.50
Uniqlo women's vintage soft leather belt, $24.90
Wooden Ships Isadora chain link scarf, $38.00
Dollhouse Athena faux fur wedge boot, $36.76
Isotoner suede gloves, $17.99
But let's say you're going to a more formal event. How can you really dress up while staying warm?
Even if it snows on the night of your big, dressy event, you can still step out in style, said Bergamotto. All you'll need is a little sparkle and a little shine for your look to transmit an evening vibe.
Jet Beaded cloche from TJ Maxx, $9.99
Club Monaco patent leather cropped glove, $29
Payless "Radley Over the Knee Boot" $49.99
Luxury Divas ruffled scarf , $17.99 at Sears.com (It's a close match).
You don't want to walk into your morning meeting with hat head or crazy hair static, so you can opt for sophisticated earmuffs instead, Bergamotto said. You can also wear gloves with fingertip grips so you can use your smartphone while you're commuting to work, and wear boots that look professional but have rubberized soles so you won't slip on the street.
Surell faux fur earmuffs, $29.00
Echo touch glove, $30
Aerosoles "Roley Poley" slouch boot, $29.99
Coat: Attention by Kmart