Street Style: New York Dresses for Mixed Temperatures

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New York is in the thick of layering season, meaning it’s no longer advisable to leave home without your turtleneck, scarf, and beanie, and yet tomorrow might have a high of 60. While for some, the arrival of cold weather is an all-too-welcome excuse to stay in and hibernate, for the heartier — and fashion-obsessed — it’s a chance to break out their coziest, chicest garments, from bathrobe coats to calf-length cardigans. We sent photographer Alexandra Gavillet out on the street to shoot New Yorkers’ cold-weather style, which included a tapestrylike, floral velvet overcoat, a bright-red, vintage L.L. Bean windbreaker, and everything in between. Off-duty models paired track pants and Adidas sneakers with classic peacoats, while others opted for leather biker jackets with Ray Bans and blanket scarves. The more playful sported orange leather gloves, bright-green mohair, and a Féline beanie. Click through the slideshow for all these looks and more.