dressing when it's warm out is fairly easy: You just slip on a sundress, an off-the-shoulder option, or any one of the playful, skin-baring numbers hanging in your closet and you're good to go (more or less). Fall, however, is another story. Layering
may be the name of the game, not to mention comfortable, but it's a bit harder to feel sexy and alluring when you're bundled up like Nanook of the North. So how exactly does a girl get her flirt on when it's freezing out? Take a cue from the outfit experts, of course. Scroll through a few looks from our favorite Insta It girls, see how they master the cold-weather conundrum, and shop the key pieces you need to look hot when it gets chilly. (Photos via Sazan
The long sleeve midi dress makes for a stylish night-out look when you pair it with boots. Try cinching the waist with a corset belt for an extra sassy effect. (Photo via karenbritchick
Just because the temperature's dropped, it doesn't mean you have to pack away all of your bare-shoulder tops. The quickest way to upgrade them to cold-weather status? Switch out your jeans for leather pants, a la Olivia Culpo. (Photo via OliviaCulpo
Give sweater weather a whole new meaning by wearing an oversized knit as a dress. Adding OTK boots brings the sexy — and the leg coverage. (Photo via Sazan
Sometimes less truly is more. A simple lightweight turtleneck and fitted jeans that show off your curves can make as much of an impact as a bodycon dress. Hot damn! (Photo via walkinwonderland
Of course your slip dress works for fall and winter. And we're betting you didn't think to layer it over your chunky turtleneck, either. Just peep how Chriselle Lim slays the look. (Photo via ChriselleLim
A jewel-tone version like this NSR Velvet Midi Slipdress
($68) will up the luxe factor of your look. Plus, it looks just as sexy over a tee or under a moto jacket — or both!
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