By Andrea Cheng
Updated Jan 02, 2014 @ 7:30 am
Credit: Imaxtree (2), Courtesy (2)

Temperatures are on a steady decline. But instead of digging out your sorry excuse for adequate winter accoutrements, turn to the runway for guidance and inspiration. At Tracy Reese, the designer did away with monochromaticism and topped models off with fluro beanies. Mulberry designer Emma Hill reinterpreted short-sleeves for the winter, pairing them with sexy opera-length leather gloves. From girly trapper hats to faux fur snoods, see all 10 ways to look stylish (and most importantly, insulated) amid blistering cold blizzards and turbulent winds, and you'll have mastered the art of cold-weather dressing with the greatest aplomb.