Alfred Wainwright once said "there's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing."
Which is why guys like Moncler exists for the snow, Stutterheim for the rain, Patagonia Houdini for the wind, and Dennis Basso if you just want to hibernate in fur during the New York City winter. I do.
So in light of winter and coats and everything cold and numb, I maintained my warmth in this amazing wool puffer coat by Moncler that's then blanketed in veritable lamb fur, one of my newer winter go-to's since my mother decided she didn't really make much use of it in her sunny California residence. Good for her. I've also fell in love with this longer length shirt by COS because the hem hits right where it needs to for my proportion. I'm telling you, COS can really nail the white shirt even for the shorts. We can trust them. In this case, as long as the long length hem appears a little irregular on the talls because it's a mere two inches below their crotch, I'm certain it'll hit around mid thigh for most of the shorts which is exactly where we need it to hit.
Here's to black and white on a cold winter day in Tribeca.
l/s silk panel shirt: COS
l/s turtleneck: One Teaspoon
leather pants: Zara
boots: Dusica Dusica