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Here’s (arguably) the best news about tonight’s new moon: If you’ve been feeling even the slightest bit of regret for not setting fresh intentions for the New Year, tonight’s the perfect time to start. At least that’s the advice we got from someone who knows a lot more about this evening’s celestial happenings than we do—astrologer Natalia Benson—and who gave us some helpful advice to make the most of it. That includes what you stock your closet with, as well.

“New moons are always what’s considered a fresh start in the lunar cycle,” Benson tells us. But considering this one happens to be in Capricorn, “the most work-driven of the signs,” it’s especially fitting that you should approach this opportunity as one that’s a “new beginning,” she advises.

>Capricorns are “#girlboss status,” says Benson of this evening’s moon phase. Therefore, should you be scanning your favorite e-commerce site, keep your eyes peeled for something in the same spirit. “Stylistically put yourself into something that makes you feel empowered and bossy; think shoulder pads and chic pantsuits. New moons can be quite magical in terms of calling things into our lives, so dress the part of your goal and intention even if you aren’t directly experiencing it right now,” she says.

Not in the mood to spend your hard-earned cash? That’s fine too. “Do a comb-through of your closet and donate anything that doesn’t feel up to par with your goals or where you feel you are moving this year,” Benson adds.

Date-night dressing is already complicated enough. Do you wear a fancy dress or keep it casual-cool in jeans? Go for an eye-catching color or an understated neutral? Should you attempt those killer heels or be comfortable in no-fail flats? But when you throw some winter weather into the mix, the challenge can be enough to make you want to stay home and #NetflixandChill. So to give you some winter-ready date-night outfit inspiration, we’re turning to some of our favorite fashion It girls to show us how it’s done.

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On Kendall Jenner: Monica Rose x Sarah Chloe necklace; For Love & Lemons bodysuit; Beau Souci kimono; Saint Laurent bag; Balenciaga leggings; Gianvito Rossi pumps

RtA Denim Karina Velvet Trench Coat ($595)

Available in sizes XS to L. 

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On Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Balmain x H&M jacket; Paige leggings ($199); Saint Laurent bag; Giuseppe Zanotti boots.

The Arrivals Modular Leather Moto ($745)

Available in sizes XS to XL. 

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On Chrissy Teigen: Balmain cardigan and skirt 

Sonia Rykiel Metallic Stripe Cotton-Blend Midi Skirt ($720)

Available in XS to XL. 

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On Olivia Palermo: Tibi top pants; BaubleBar Occult necklace

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On Victoria Beckham: Cutler and Gross sunglasses; Victoria Beckham; Francesco Russo pumps

Everlane Wool-Cashmere Rib Oversized Turtleneck Sweater ($125)

Available in sizes XXS to XL.

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On Behati Prinsloo: Prada coat; T by Alexander Wang dress; Manolo Blahnik sandals 

Frame Faux Fur Coat ($695)

Available in sizes S to L.

Over the weekend, snowbound, patiently waiting out Winter Storm Jonas, a pang of envy took over as I peered upon my French sistren in Paris attending men’s Fashion Week. Sure, gusts of chilly wind were likely blowing off the Seine, but how could you tell, watching those effortlessly chic gamines flit about between shows in thin statement-making floor-dusting overcoats, oversize flight jackets, and suede trenchcoats? No dipping temps could curtail their style, a lesson those of us stateside could use as a refresher in the throes of winter. We consulted the chicest of the chic, model Jeanne Damas, who gamely let us in on the French girl’s winter uniform, from the essential coat to the coolest knits—and, for once and for all, finally debunks the beret myth! Here, seven easy secrets to perfectly Parisian winter style—shop the looks in the slideshow above.

1. Winter Essentials: Borrowing From the Garçons
The caban—peacoat—is a timeless classic, like the long men’s trench or the pour la peau coat, but each has to reinvent itself each season. I love men’s coats, especially because they’re so large and they give plenty of room; the man’s coat remains one of my favorite classics.

2. Let the Fur Fly—To an Extent
I have a few vintage furs and have a particular weakness for Mongolian lamb fur—it’s quite ’70s—and I like the volume fur gives. Parisians wear less fur than New Yorkers, I think, because it’s not always well received in Paris. People here prefer restraint, and you do not necessarily feel at ease in furs. Personally, I do wear fur if it is very cold, because admittedly, there is nothing warmer. I like to wear them with jeans and flats—not too sophisticated for the day—and at night I love to wear very colorful or Sonia Rykiel dresses with them.

3. Sweater Chic
I have a passion for sweaters. Besides jeans, they are the clothes I have the most of in my closet. I must have a hundred! I cannot resist a nice sweater. My favorites are by Nathalie Dumeix, a Parisian designer. She makes perfect cashmeres, and this season she made a very wide V-neck cashmere menswear-inspired style: I bought them in every color. They are soft and go with everything and are perfectly cut. I love turtlenecks, they are very chic, but I don’t wear them very often because it bothers me to have something around the neck. For the colors, I love a navy blue sweater, red, pale pink, beige. I’m also a big fan of sweaterdresses. They’re so super comfortable, warm and sexy, With flat cuissardes—knee-high boots—it’s a very ’60s look.

4. A Scarf, Naturally! But Gloves? Not So Much
Beautiful dark gray or navy blue scarves are best when it is very cold—especially in cashmere. Otherwise, personally, I never wear hats, gloves, or other winter accessories. I find it is not cold enough in Paris. But I do find it quite chic to wear a wool scarf over a silk one.

5. How the French Do Winter White
Personally, I like the classic blue jeans, a little darker in winter and summer. But actually it is very chic to wear white jeans with a big man’s winter coat; in winter it’s more stylish than in summer, I think.

6. Comment Dites-Vous “Snow Boot” en Français?
To be honest, women do not wear snow boots in Paris, as it’s snowing no more than two days out of the year. But for skiing I have a pair of classic navy Moon Boots. And to be honest, I bought a pair of Ugg boots eight years ago in Australia. I wear them at home and very rarely—incognito—to get my baguettes. Don’t tell anybody!

7. And for the Love of God, No Berets!
I do not know anyone who wears a beret. The other day on a special “Parisian-style” shoot, there was an outfit with a beret, a trench, a marinière shirt, a cigarette, and a red lip, all of this photographed in front of Notre Dame—“hardly” cliché—and we realized that nobody knew how to place the beret on my head correctly. The French stylist had to look on the Internet to check how it is supposed to be worn!

The holiday season, and its seemingly never-ending stream of parties, lends itself to sparkly cocktail attire and demure shifts. But when overly feminine dresses don’t make many appearances in your default wardrobe, it can be hard to feel comfortable in those glamorous pieces that you find yourself wearing just once or twice a year.

There’s more than one way to dress for a party, however, and adding a surprising flourish can easily transform a simple dress into something much more interesting. For one, wearing a pair of pants underneath a velvety gown, like a deep red one from Attico, can create an unexpected contrast and provide some much-needed coverage in the frosty climate. Or, if you’ve been searching for a way to add some edge to that prim Oscar de la Renta houndstooth frock in your closet, you can layer it with a sheer mesh Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini long-sleeved top, finishing off the look with chunky Proenza Schouler oxfords. So whether you’re adding a hard-edged boot, a bold blazer, or flared trousers, shop these six unorthodox looks. Each one brings something new to the tried-and-true party dress.

There’s a shoe company in the U.K. that really believes in the power of slippers. To most, the cozy slip-ons are for nothing more than scuffing around the house or wandering from the bed to the bathroom in the middle of the night. For the founders and employees of Shoegarden, slippers are a significant part of what makes their label tick. This week they’ve claimed that wearing slippers can help people in all fields be more productive at their jobs. While they didn’t cite any scientific proof in their claim, they did release this statement: “It is now increasingly acceptable to dress in an off-duty, effortless style. We feel employees should work in comfort and we therefore sell a huge variety of indoor slippers with contoured footbed insoles to ensure the utmost comfort and foot support.” The statement goes on, “We have found this to be tremendously beneficial for our workplace performance.”

There is some truth to this. Carolyn Mair, PhD, psychologist, Professor of Psychology for Fashion, and freelance consultant told NBC News in August that a “great” work outfit is only such if it is comfortable and the wearer feels confident in it. While that may mean an expensive, perfectly tailored suit to a banker, it could mean jeans and a hoodie to a coder in Silicon Valley. “It’s about finding the clothes that make you feel stylish and appropriately dressed for the situation you’re in,” she said. She also added, “Being comfortable in our clothes is really important as it allows us to forget that we are wearing them and concentrate on the task.” In other words, if you can wear a pair of slippers—fancy or not—to your office without provoking any complaints to HR, have at it. Comfort always equals confidence and this season, there’s no better footwear than a warm and fuzzy slipper to wear while getting through that daunting to-do list.

Here are 17 work-appropriate slippers that might just get you a raise or, at the very least, give your feet a well-deserved rest.