During Milan鈥檚 Menswear Fashion Week, photographer Vanni Bassetti of Getty captured looks on the street, and what he found has us (almost) wishing for even more cold days so we can rock some of these cold-weather styles. Just because you have to layer up doesn鈥檛 mean you can鈥檛 make the look your own. These street style mavens know how to accessorize a winter coat, adding unexpected pops of color to make their look Fashion Week-worthy. So let鈥檚 keep it toasty, shall we?

Street Style - Day 3 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

1. Pants-less in the Winter: Who needs leggings when you鈥檝e got over-the-knee boots? With a chunky oversized sweater and the most perfect cat-eyed sunglasses, this look has us all wondering, 鈥淚s she wearing shorts under there?鈥 (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 2 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

2. Blue Hues: There鈥檚 something so classic and slightly Scandinavian about this gray-blue combo. We noticed so many women in Milan wearing their coats like capes, so we鈥檙e going to go ahead and snag their sophisticated style. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 3 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

3. Long Plaid Coat: We鈥檙e getting slight Seattle-grunge vibes from this look, in a high-fashion way. This vintage ensemble pulls together so many earthy tones, topped off by an adorably skater-boy knit hat. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 1 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

4. Menswear Inspired: This oversized Rick Owens coat not only looks super warm, but also super stylish, especially with the pop of the Alexander McQueen top underneath. Her understated jewelry gives this menswear-inspired look the feminine touch it needs. A closer look reveals understated jewelry and a slouchy clutch that鈥檚 to die for. How much do you love that shade of orange? (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 1 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

5. Perfect Faux Fur Hat: Elena looks super cozy in her Russian-inspired faux fur hat, which has us wondering if we could pull off the look as well as she does. Her red sweater is reflected in her whimsical choice of red socks, which pull it all together. Gotta keep the feet warm, you know. A close-up on her ViaVela14 shoes shows just how much fun personalized accessories can be. These Italian shoes come with velcro letters, so you monogram them yourself. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 1 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

6. A Little Bit Nautical: We love a touch of nautical, especially when it鈥檚 accented by awesome leopard-print shoes. Plus, you can鈥檛 go wrong with a navy peacoat. A close-up shows her killer green Prada clutch, which looks like it could fit everything you need and more. And that kelly green is on point. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 1 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

7. Boho Hat: Sometimes, a classic camel coat is all you need to look like a fashionista. But throw on a great felt boho hat, and your look is complete. Her Fjallraven bag might seem like the practical choice, but it ties the whole schoolgirl-chic look together. And we never hated a bag for being practical. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 2 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

8. Kerchief Skirt: A kerchief skirt doesn鈥檛 have to be limited to warm-weather ensembles when it鈥檚 accented with leather and a turtleneck. This look is total rock-and-roll gypsy, but with beautiful minimal jewelry. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 2 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

9. Furry Details: Nothing keeps you as warm as faux fur does, so why not keep your belongings warm as well? That bag adds a trendy pop of color to this look, while the baby blue faux fur stole, accented with what looks like feathers, is too much fun. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 1 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

10. 鈥70s Style: Between the coat and the geometric silk scarf, we鈥檙e definitely getting 鈥70s vibes from this look. Her style reminds us of the fresh-faced supermodels of a different era. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 2 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

11. Shades of Gray: From white to black, this look runs the gray color spectrum. We love her platinum hair, and those Fendi sunglasses are calling our name. This is just more proof that a long wool coat is the perfect signature statement piece for the winter. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 2 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

12. Leather Look: This leather ensemble is actually a Calvin Klein dress that looks as fierce as it does warm. Who needs a coat when your dress does double duty? (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 3 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

13. Open Toes: Your toes don鈥檛 have to go into hiding in the winter. A wintry open-toe platform heel is totally acceptable, and when you鈥檙e wrapped up in a cocoon like this Ferragamo long coat, you won鈥檛 even be worried about feeling a chill. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

Street Style - Day 2 - Milan Menswear Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015/2016

14. Splash of Hot Pink: Any monochromatic look needs a good splash of color, and hot pink is obviously the best choice. Also, when you鈥檙e rocking a coat you designed yourself at Milan鈥檚 Menswear Fashion Week, like Joy Lee, you can wear tights with your Nikes any time you want. (Photo by Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

So do you need a long wool coat now or what? What about a new faux fur accessory? Let us know in the comments!