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 Warm, but cool outfits for cold weather (Photo: iStock)

It has been raining cats and dogs lately, and getting out of your warm house can seem like a task. However, life must go on. Errands have to be run, you probably must report to work and events must be attended.

How do you keep warm amid all these though? To those who drink hot beverages for warmth, you know you can’t get them all the time. If your closet has not adjusted to the weather, it is time you buy some warm clothes.

However, it is important to note that warm outfits don’t have to be bulky. You can keep warm but still look cool and cute.

For those going to work in this cold weather, having more garments under an official outfit is better than spoiling the outfit with heavy coats and sweaters.

This means that you should put on a vest, brassiere for ladies, and a tiny T-shirt among other undergarments before putting on your official top and blazer.

Turtle necks are one of the saviours during such times since you can pull off a casual or official look with those that have a heavy material.

If the material is warm enough, you can just combine the turtle necks with the undergarments, step out and the cold will have nothing on you. It is important to have a coat or a jacket. You can never go wrong with a winter, leather or trench coat that is long enough to cover past your knees.

These coats can help when you feel like showing some skin, which is not advised during such weather. Remember that the colour of the coat matters, especially if you are using public transport.

For instance, you decide to rock a white or bright-coloured coat

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As coveted aesthetics like the “’90s NYC fall girlie” continue to trend on TikTok, both millennials and Gen Z-ers are in pursuit of a cozy-yet-quintessentially-chic fall wardrobe.

One stylist has taken to TikTok to share what she describes as her “eight-point system” for getting dressed and looking aesthetically on point, especially as we transition into cooler months.

Marissa Fair (@marissafair), a stylist whose TikTok account includes videos like “90s/Old Money Fall Outfits to Try This Season,” “5 Outfits as Olivia Rodrigo Songs” and “30 Days of Fall Outfits,” recently shared what she described as a “beginner’s style tip” that “will help you achieve all those aesthetic fall outfits” you’ve been drooling over on Pinterest.

The eight-point system, according to Fair, mainly operates on the idea that certain categories or articles of clothing are worth a certain amount of points. The goal here is to always curate an outfit that clocks in at around six to eight points in total.

“I will never get dressed again without doing this trick,” she said on Sept. 18. “The eight-point system is a counting method that determines whether your outfit is overwhelming, underwhelming or right on the money. How it works is, you count your outfit using a point system.”

Statement pieces or garments that feature a pattern will typically amount to two points, while everything else — tops, shoes, belts — will be worth one point, said Fair.

Fair’s point system goes as follows:

  • Tops: 1

  • Bottoms: 1

  • Dresses: 2

  • Patterns: 2

  • Jewelry: 1

  • Shoes: 1

  • Socks: 1

  • Belts: 1

  • Hats: 1

  • Overcoats: 2

  • Hair accessories: 1

“My shirt would be one, jeans would be one, sneakers would be one, and I don’t have any jewelry on,” she explains of

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After what felt like the most confusing September of all time, the freak hot weather has finally cooled down. And whilst it’s not quite time to start wearing scarves, tights and faux fur coats, we are excited to ready ourselves to hunker down and make the most of the cosiest season in the calendar by wearing jumpers, jackets, boots and more of autumn/winter 2023’s biggest trends.

For those who had gleefully packed away their “sensible clothes” in favour of swimwear and linen, I regret to inform you that now is definitely the time to start rebuilding your cold-weather wardrobe. But if you’re bored by the thought of wearing the same autumnal outfits on rotation, fear not. I’ve searched through social media to find some autumn outfit inspiration that is anything but samey. 

If the giant bows, head-to-toe leather and femme fatale dresses that made their way down the A/W 23 runways weren’t exactly what you had in mind for this season’s dressing, I’ve come up with nine entirely more wearable ways to tackle the trends, so all you have to do is chose your favourite aesthetic and let it inspire the rest of your wardrobe. 

From Emily Wells’ take on dressy minimalism to Emili Sindlev’s adorable nod to balletcore, keep scrolling to shop the chic influencer-approved outfit ideas we’re already re-creating this season. Now, just to order a Pumpkin Spice Latte…

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If I have a hobby in Starfield, it’s collecting outfits. Not armor, outfits, the things that go under your armor, which may have some resistances and damage reduction, but a tiny amount, and it’s mostly about looking cool.

As such, across three playthroughs, I have collected dozens and dozens of outfits, picking up at least one copy of all of them. Sadly, after two NG+ runs, I have lost a bunch of them, but now in my “final” playthrough, I am back to trying to catch ‘em all again.

Here are my favorite outfits in Starfield. Some of them you can find in very specific places from very specific quests, but others you’ll have to search a bit more widely for, just keep an eye on the name. And keep in mind, these are not only for your character, but if you give them to your companions and tell them to equip them, they will wear them and look cool too. So, here we go:

Amarienas’ Outfit – This is from a certain path in the Operation Starseed quest. While I won’t go into spoilers, you’ll probably guess how you get it when you see her. There are at least a few more outfits in this quest worth getting to if you go in other directions.

Formal Slack Suit – There are a few dress up suits like this, but this one is the cleanest for sure. You can find it, or it’s sold at EIT in New Atlantis.

First Officer Outfit – These next two require one of the game’s two cowboy hats to look their best. You can find the outfit randomly or from the main bad guy in the “Deputized” quest. I’m not sure if there is a set

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While you might be familiar with the ‘wrong shoe theory‘, this latest TikTok outfit formula might just change your whole aesthetic and leave you looking like you ‘belong in a Pinterest board.’

Now, Pinterest itself is of course a great place to find all your capsule wardrobe inspo but it’s also become pretty synonymous with an aesthetic we can really only describe as ‘cool girl’-coded. Think ‘90s fashion, mixed with a few Scandi-esque mismatched pieces, that just seem to work- though you’ve never thought of pairing them together before.

Well, now TikTok creators think they’ve finally sussed out the exact elements behind these eclectic ensembles and apparently, it takes just six simple steps…

What is the TikTok Pinterest outfit equation?

Describing the look as a “vibe sandwich”, TikToker @arcticjackie has well and truly cracked the Pinterest aesthetic code, in just six steps.

In Jackie’s video, which has now wracked up over one million views, she says to first: “Put on a button-up, tank top, or a graphic tee,”—it doesn’t matter which just as long as you feel cute. Step two, sees you slip on a pair of bottoms that do not match the ‘vibe of the top’—we repeat, do not match the vibe!

Here’s where that ‘sandwich’ term comes into play, Jackie says: “Step three, put on a pair of shoes that match the vibe of the top. It’s kind of like a vibe sandwich,” before layering any part of your outfit, whether that’s a shirt, scarf or jacket.

Then step five, sees you take a bag that matches any part of your ensemble so far (whether it’s the bottoms, top, or shoes.), then step five…”accessorize to the moon.”

Layer on all your fave rings and gold huggie earrings, plus a pair of your

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March 7th, one of the main characters in Honkai Star Rail has had several leaks and speculation related to her. On Aug. 19, a significant one surfaced on social media, showcasing the character in an alternate outfit, one that doesn’t quite differ as much from the original as fans would have hoped.

The image, which was posted on Twitter by prominent leakers Yarik and JoQa, and shared by Twitter user hsr_stuff2, shows the character in an alternate outfit that looks quite similar to her current outfit. While having some noticeable new traits like new shoes and a tiara, the overall outfit still barely has any differences. Several fans have also noticed this, with some noting how it “looks bland” and “it’s kinda the same as her original skin,” though this wasn’t unanimous criticism. 

Related: Best March 7th builds and skills in Honkai: Star Rail

It’s worth noting this isn’t the first time rumors of an alternate skin for the character have surfaced online. Several prominent leakers in the community previously brought to light a possibility of an alternate skin for the character, but those claims were speculative until now. 

This new leak proves that miHoYo intends to bring cosmetic items and outfits to the game in the future. It’s also possible that this new outfit may be one of the first released in the future, especially as March 7th is one of the game’s main characters and a permanent four-star character in the player’s roster.

For now, we just have to wait for the full reveal of the skin. It doesn’t have an official release date, but it will likely be released as part of a future update for the free-to-play game.

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Doja Cat showed up to the 2023 Met Gala in New York City Monday dressed as Choupette, the cat of the late designer Karl Lagerfeld.

The theme of this year’s Met Gala is “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty,” the same name as the exhibition which opens at the Met on May 5.

“The show spotlights Lagerfeld’s unique working methodology, focusing on the late designer’s stylistic vocabulary as it was expressed in ‘through lines’—aesthetic and conceptual themes that appear time and again—in his fashions from the 1950s to his final collection in 2019,” the museum’s description reads.

Doja and her team did their best to ensure that her outfit was unveiled at the right time, using umbrellas to hide her as she exited her hotel.

Doja took the role so seriously that she conducted a whole interview where she meowed with Emma Chamberlain for Vogue.

The musician also spoke with La La for Vogue about attending her first Met Gala.

Jared Leto also paid tribute to Choupette with a full body costume, which kept his identity shrouded in mystery until he removed the head. The actor/musician had a full outfit change on the carpet, switching into a black ensemble.

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