I do contemporary dance on weekends, so my wardrobe usually consists of a leotard or similar, form-fitting pieces, with comfy clothes thrown over my dance clothes as a cover-up. As temperatures drop, I’ve gotten to play around with building an outfit around my dance clothes. Leggings have become an essential part of my dance and weekend wardrobe. They’re so comfortable and stretchy, so they’re perfect for dance and for lounging around. Tall, flat boots are perfect for throwing on before and after dance–they’re easy on your feet, and they keep your calves warm. Sometimes, if the weather is especially nippy, I’ll slip on some warm, fuzzy socks. They’re great for keeping your feet warm while stretching. And often, during the winter months, the freezing dance studio can start to feel like a sauna after several minutes of dance or warm up. I like to layer a sweater over a light, breathable tank top for this reason. A sweater will keep my muscles warm as I stretch, and once I’m warmed up, I can pull it off and keep cool with the tank top. Finally, keep your hair pulled back with these cute bobby pins from Anthropologie.