Winter Is Coming: 21 Long-Sleeve Dresses to Keep You From Freezing

Winter is coming, but no need to be too glum about it. In fact, to make you feel better, we’ve been sharing all things wonderfully stylish for winter—from the chicest coats to the coziest sweaters—and today it’s the absolute best long-sleeve dresses on the market right now to keep you looking chic and warm at the same time. Included in the mix are dresses that’ll take you from desk to drinks in style, billowy and casual loose-fitting frocks made for crisp weekends, and a few party frocks thrown in, for every exciting event on your Google calendar.

The best way to wear these long-sleeve dresses? With tights and boots, of course. We’re particularly fond of leather knee-high boots and heavy-duty combat or Chelsea boots for an of-the-moment look. Scroll below to get excited about winter with our roundup of chic, long-sleeve dresses that will keep you toasty.

A little black dress with major panache. (Notice the thumbhole action for extra hand warmth!)

So easy to dress up or down.

Winter wedding invite? This one’s for you.

Such a stunning color.

New work dress, found.

Because party season is approaching.

Rihanna was recently spotted in this beauty. Enough said.

Obsessed is an understatement.

A knit ribbed dress that will last you a lifetime.

Cozy and chic.

Houndstooth print is trending hard right now.

Just add black tights and knee high boots for a seriously stylish winter look.

How striking is this cardigan dress though?

This refreshing pastel blue pairs beautifully with this season’s brown and burgundy accessories.

This looks incredibly luxurious.

A billowy minidress that’s super easy to wear.

Sumptuous dark brown hues are everywhere right now.

Just add a belt for a chic day-to-night look.

This could pass for designer.

Just add chunky Chelsea boots for a cool weekend look.

Did we mention it’s nearly party season?!

Up next, the only coats to buy right now, according to nine fashionable brits.

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