It’s Finally (Kinda) Cold – Here’s How to Look the Part

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If we can draw any conclusions based on the weather of the past few days, it’s that we’re in for a chilly weekend ahead. Whether you plan on staying indoors or venturing out, we recommend grabbing your coziest knits and staying comfortable. The trick, however, lies in doing so while remaining stylish. Here, Savoir Flair brings you four outfit ideas that will work with whatever kind of knit you own.

Neutral Territory

Whether it’s a pair of brightly hued pumps or a novelty bag, make a neutral outfit stand out with bold accessory choices like fashion blogger Marta Cygan.

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Cozy Effect

An oversized knit, when teamed with a lace-trimmed slip dress, makes for an ultra-cozy and understatedly sexy combination.

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Medieval Remixed

Turn to VS Angel Martha Hunt for tips on how to make a ruffled turtleneck look less medieval and a lot more downtown-cool. She layers hers underneath a black crop top for depth and wears it with distressed, oversized jeans for texture.

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Dress It Down

Tone down the dressy factor of a flirty frock and make it work for a casual weekend with the girls by wearing a thin knit top underneath. Complement the look with boy-meets-girl brogues or slip-ons.

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