Dua Lipa is seen on November 13, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marc Piasecki/GC Images)

If you’re like us, then cold weather is a bittersweet thing. One the one hand, it gets dark earlier, the warmth of summer won’t be back until March at the earliest, and we can’t wear some of our favorite summer selects. But on the other hand, cold weather means layering outfits, and with that come infinite possibilities of cozy, bundled outfits that scream fall. Dua Lipa of course knows this, as a bona fide Instagram and red carpet fashion icon, and on her recent trip to Paris, Lipa gave us some major cold weather vibes.

Now I know, we’ve already discussed the headscarf trend that’s swept the S/S 2022 runways this year, but what about something more practical for the bone-chilling winds of the coming winter? Dua Lipa, in these pictures, can be seen sporting a green headscarf over top a graphic baseball cap to cover up any skin that would be sensitive to the cold.

Dua Lipa is seen leaving the ‘Caviar Kaspia’ restaurant on November 13, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marc Piasecki/GC Images)

But let’s talk about the chic elephant in the room with this trenchcoat, shall we? Trenchcoats have long been a staple of cold-weather fashion. It gives us all sorts of references to femme fatales in spy movies and Milan Fall/Winter fashion shows, it’s exactly the type of look Lipa can be expected to wear as she’s gearing up to play the villain in an upcoming spy movie, Argylle, directed by Matthew Vaughn.

Lipa paired this ensemble with a fluffy white handbag that featured a thick gold chain as the strap, giving all sorts of Pomeranian in the snow/ ski resort style.

Dua Lipa is seen on November 13, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marc Piasecki/GC Images)

The season of showing skin is officially over, well, for people in areas that experience cold weather that is. So be eon the lookout for some new fall trends and outfits to be coming our way as we look for cold weather dressing inspo. Because, in reality, you can never dress too warm in the upcoming bone-chilling temperatures. It just get so windy in New York City!

thoughts?