These 10 Celebs Have Kindly Requested That You Step Up Your Accessories Game This Winter

Georgina Kim

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When you’re in your warm, cozy home, bracing yourself to head into the bitter winter cold, you probably instinctively start piling hats on top of scarves and mittens and another scarf and hope your more-is-more approach will be enough to keep you from freezing down to the very core of your soul during your 40-minute commute.

But this winter, celebrities—leading by paparazzi-photo example—urge you to take a more considered approach to your winter accessorizing.

Let’s review their suggestions.

Bella Hadid

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Robert Kamau

If you’re rushing around New York City lasike Bella Hadid does—here, leaving a studio at Chelsea Piers last month—keep slicked-back hair in place with a fitted beanie.

Yolanda Foster

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Raymond Hall

Here to school you in “how to style a scarf so it doesn’t look like you accidentally left the house with your kid’s blanket stuck to your jacket” is Yolanda Foster, who fashioned a silk scarf into an upscale neck warmer.

Megalyn Echikunwoke

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On the set of Almost Family, Megalyn Echikunwoke says, “Damn, this knee-length overcoat is keeping my look streamlined.”

Romee Strijd

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Robert Kamau

A moto jacket is never quite warm enough once it turns truly chilly. Romee Strijd suggests picking up a scarf that’s the same color as your leather for a look that’s seamless.

DJ Harvey Ambomo

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Foc Kan

I don’t know who DJ Harvey Ambomo is, but I do know he’s wearing the hell out of that scarf. Follow his lead, and mix and match patterns if you want all eyes on you.

Kaia Gerber

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Gilbert Carrasquillo

On the Coach 1941 runway, Kaia Gerber’s hair was bed-heady. To make an exit without looking as if she’d run through a wind-tunnel, she smoothed the waves and covered messy roots with a black Ben Davis knit hat.

Nicole Bus

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Arturo Holmes

At Billboard’s R&B Hip-Hop Power Players event, Nicole Bus demonstrates that, when paired with bold lip color, a beanie on the red carpet just works.

Sutton Foster

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On the set of Younger, Sutton Foster’s Liza goes head-to-head with drab winter weather in mixed-patterned layers and a punchy red knit hat.

Rita Ora

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Adrian Edwards

Exiting JFK airport, Rita Ora reminds you that the easiest way to wear layers upon layers is to go monochromatic. (Her top, jeans, and sneakers were black too.)

Joan Smalls

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Kirstin Sinclair

Maybe you woke up today thinking, “I’d like to wear an Under Armour men’s hunting fleece as a dress to Paris Fashion Week.” When that popped into Joan Smalls’s head, she paired hers with thigh-high boots, an ankle-length black overcoat, and an army-green beanie. The look becomes front-row ready with help from saucer-size gold hoops and vampy lipstick.

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