The cutest and comfiest way to stay warm this Winter Four must-have ponchos

As the lovely Westport weather dips below 30 degrees, Staples fashion takes a sharp turn. The same old tedious bat mitzvah sweatshirts and worn out UGGs emerge from attics. Rather than partaking in the cliche bad weather, bad outfit attire, become a trendsetter. Ponchos are rarely seen at Staples despite their warmth and chic element. This 2016 winter season has sparked distinct versions of ponchos that can simply make these weight gaining winter months an easy way to look more flattering.

Zip into this Winter season with a cup of hot cocoa and this warm poncho from Rag & Bone. The long zipper adds an aesthetic look that elongates the body, making everyone look slimmer even through those rough holiday dinners. The versatile checkered pattern can take easily be worn on a basic school day or out to a Friday night football game.

This two for one Anthropologie poncho is a must have this Winter. The reversible style will keep you warm and fashion forward. Whether you are in the mood to rock straight up checkers or checkers with embedded flowers, this two sided poncho will provide endless fall wardrobe possibilities. Even the cowl neckline contributes to the all in one look; not only do you get a poncho, but it appears you also have on a scarf.

However, perhaps you are a sucker for scarves. This Lululemon poncho is yet again another item that extends your wardrobe without breaking the bank. One week it's a scarf and the next it's a poncho.

The holy grail of all ponchos is easily the Burberry one. Despite the expense of a Burberry poncho, with the upcoming holiday’s, it could be an exceptional wish list item. I for one, will absolutely be letting Santa know that this is the number one item that I'd love to find under the Christmas tree. Regardless of Gigi Hadid and other models that have worn this poncho on and off the runway, you can still make it uniquely yours with the ability to add monogramming.

As Alexander Wang always says... "Anyone can get dressed up and glamorous, but it is how people dress in their days off that are the most intriguing."

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