Lifestyle Winter fashion hacks to stay stylish in NYC weather Winter in New York City doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your style. Photo Credit: Sorel, Uniqlo By Keira Alexander firstname.lastname@example.org January 30, 2017 4:58 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Every fashion girl has her breaking point. Whether it’s a nor’easter bearing down on the city or tear-inducing temperatures, it can be tempting to declare “style be damned!” and bundle oneself up beyond recognition. It need not be so — with some fine tuning of sartorial choices, one can still be chic while retaining precious body heat. Beyond the usual suspects of scarf, hat and gloves, here are our winter styling essentials. L’Etoile Sport windbreaker vest Sure, it might be designed with golf in mind, but we think this unobtrusive nylon vest is perfect for layering. $185 at letoilesport.com Sorel ‘Addington’ waterproof nubuck boots Featuring rubber traction soles, waterproof nubuck leather and a fleece lining, these edgy heeled boots pack all the protective punch the brand is famous for. $275 at net-a-porter.com Adidas neo women’s essential windbreakerFor unbearably blustery days, there’s just no beating an old-school windbreaker. Paper- thin, it can be popped on underneath a winter coat. We love this new style from Adidas, which features eco-friendly recycled polyester. $40 at adidas.com Uniqlo HEATTECH extra warm scoop neck tee The Japanese brand’s line of insulating basics is even warmer this season, with argan oil added to its warmth- retaining technology. $19.90 at uniqlo.com Tory Burch oversized square sunglasses Make like Jackie O and cover those peepers with a pair of shades that will shield from wind and bitter temps. Opt for a lighter lens gradient for gray days. $195 at bloomingdales.com Wolford merino tights There’s no need to ditch the miniskirt with these cozy wool-nylon-blend tights. $75 at wolfordshop.com By Keira Alexander email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.