There’s something about the cold weather that makes getting dressed so hard. It might be because my wardrobe consists mainly of crop tops and mini skirts, but it also might be because the wind and snow make me lazy – too lazy to pick out a good outfit. Everyday I’m tempted to just throw on a pair of leggings or sweatpants and then I’m reminded of this famous Karl Lagerfeld quote: “Sweatpants are a sign of defeat. You lost control of your life so you bought some sweatpants.” I don’t think I’ve lost control of my life this winter, but I have definitely lost control of my wardrobe. While most bloggers have the luxury of jet setting the world to warm and sunny places, us Canadians must face the snow and try not to let the cold weather compromise our style. To compliment my choice of waterproof boots to wear this winter, I’ve found 24 street style photos to inspire you (and me) to get out of the house and get dressed. Check them out below.

Virgit C. via Lookbook.nu
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Mode R. via Lookbook.nu
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Maddy C. via Lookbook.nu
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Juliett K. via Lookbook.nu
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Holynights C. via Lookbook.nu
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Hedvig via Lookbook.nu
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Gabriela W. via Lookbook.nu 
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Esmee H. via Lookbook.nu
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@weworewhat via WeWoreWhat
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Toni C. via Lookbook.nu
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via StyleSnooperDan
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@ManRepeller via StyleSnooperDan
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Hallie S. via Lookbook.nu
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@BlairEadieBee via PacificAtlantic
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@BlairEadieBee via PacificAtlantic 
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@nicestripes via Flare Magazine 
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