I'm Heading to NYC Next Month—Here Are 35 Winter Things On My Packing List

From basics to winter trends.

I'm Heading to NYC Next Month—Here Are 35 Winter Things On My Packing List

I have plans to visit NYC for Thanksgiving and I’ve already been thinking about which items to add to my New York packing list. I used to live in NYC but I’m out of practice now that I live in L.A.—especially when it comes to dressing for cold winter days. With that in mind, I needed some reminders of what to wear and came up with a handy list of pieces to pack in my suitcase next month.

It’s a mix of pieces I already own that I consider to be winter staples, like tailored coats and turtlenecks, with some trend-forward pieces that are having a moment this season that are sitting in my cart. That includes everything from chunky platforms boots and shearling jackets cargo pants and colorful striped knits. Ahead, see the pieces that have landed on my New York packing list.

A tailored coat is a winter staple that'll be the first piece going in my suitcase.

To style with ankle socks.

Upsized leather bomber jackets are making a major comeback.

Platform boots are a closet staple at this point.

A weekend staple to wear with jeans, sneakers, and a coat.

Totême can do no wrong.

Sneakers are a must for any NYC trip.

Speaking of ribbed socks, I really love this pair.

My favorite hat was just restocked.

This Khaite bag is the ultimate dream tote.

Yes to all the vegan leather.

When a sweater isn't just a sweater.

This print and these colors, though.

Everything I want in a winter jacket this season.

The perfect silhouette.

To pair with jeans with a dinner look.

My favorite take on sleek ankle boots.

How stunning is this Jacquemus jacket?

It's going to be the winter of shearling, mark my words.

The boot shape every fashion person owns.

I can't get enough of quilted jackets this season.

Heattech is the fashion insider secret for staying warm in the winter.

I'd wear this with the matching trousers.

These puffer jackets acutally save you when it's freezing outside.

These clogs keep selling out but just came back in stock.

This isn't warm enough on its own for winter but perfect to layer underneath a coat.

Did you think I'd forget slouchy trousers?

For that chic, cozy life.

I love the idea of a denim-on-denim look with this top.

The color I can't quit.

One of my favorite knit brands right now.

Nope, I won't stop talking about cargo pants.

Next: The 12 Editor-Approved Trends I'm Wearing Until Further Notice

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I've Lived in Paris for 8.5 Years—This Is the Dress French Women Always Wear

And how to style it in five different ways.

I've Lived in Paris for 8.5 Years—This Is the Dress French Women Always Wear

I’m a big advocate for the capsule wardrobe—an armoire filled with cherry-picked items that, to borrow from Marie Kondo, give me only joy when wearing them. Conscious shopping is something I’ve adopted too in the past eight and a half years since moving to Paris, and it’s also incidentally something I write about in my new book, Practising Parisienne: Lifestyle Secrets From the City of Lights, which is out now.

I’ve found that Parisians have a knack for picking forever pieces, are less likely to buy into fast fashion, and have a penchant for vintage and pre-loved clothing that they mix in with more up-to-date styles. They have certainly inspired my own style that’s a lot less try-hard than it used to be, and I now invest in pieces that last: elevated basics that I can wear again and again, such as a black blazer, a great pair of jeans, a trench coat, a shirt or a slip dress. 

At first glance, you might think that a slinky, body-hugging slip dress should only be worn to elegant soirées, but its simple silhouette means it can actually be styled in a multitude of ways for different occasions, making it one of the most effortless and versatile pieces you can own. It can easily be dressed up or down and worn with everything, whatever the weather or your mood. Scroll down to see how I’ve styled one five ways.

I’m a blazer girl, but I sometimes like to switch it up with an oversize denim jacket, which immediately dresses down your look. Throw a cozy sweater over the shoulders for the cooler temperatures. This striped style has become my go-to and gives a nod to the city I live in. 

No capsule, or French wardrobe for that matter, is complete without a good white shirt. It also makes a great cover-up for a slip dress, dressing it down so you don’t look too overdone. Go for an oversize style that works with today’s trends. 

A slip dress looks great under a trench (ideally one that’s the same length). Pair it with long, chunky boots for a casual yet chic lunch look.

A slip dress plus a knit is the perfect example of effortless dressing. I think it would work just as well for a date night on a cold evening as it would for the office teamed with a blazer.

This is probably the easiest evening look I know: a slip dress paired with a blazer, a baguette, heels, and a slick of lipstick!

Next up, seven things French girls wear every fall.

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