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Leggings will forever be one of the most functional and comfortable items a girl can own. Thus, season after season we’re constantly seeking ways to breathe new life into the beloved piece via thrilling, fashion-forward outfits that debunk its basic reputation. Incorporating layering tricks, of-the-moment separates and standout accessories, we’ve created four fantastic looks that are guaranteed to bring the wardrobe staple to new heights.

Look ahead for cool outfits to try now and score our styling tips to pull them off like a pro this season.

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A bright velvet puffer is both warm and fashion-forward. Temper it with a tonal sweater and black ankle boots. A minimalist bag with a metallic ring handle adds a cool touch.

Velvet Puffer Jacket, Topshop $135
Tall Ring Bag, The Frankie Shop $185
Heattech Ultra Warm Leggings, Uniqlo $20
Mohair Tunic Sweater, Tibi $375
Martaa Booties, Opening Ceremony $450

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Photo: The Zoe Report
Photo: The Zoe Report

Adapt a flowy frock for cold weather by donning your leggings underneath. Provide extra coverage by layering a sweater over the dress. Over-the-knee boots further help streamline the silhouette and keep you toasty. Adorn with simple gold hoop earrings.

Cobden Sweater, Community $62.50
Trace Gold-Plated Hoop Earrings, Eddie Borgo $130
Polka Dot Dress, Zara $50
Cienega Over The Knee Boot, Jeffrey Campbell $142

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By Amy Lee for The Zoe Report.
This post originally appeared on The Zoe Report.