Even Celebrities Wanted to Dress Weather Appropriately This Week

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Pockets AND long sleeves. Alexa Chung in a fall 2015 Erdem dress at the Elle Style Awards. Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images

Pockets AND long sleeves. Alexa Chung in a fall 2015 Erdem dress at the Elle Style Awards. Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images

As we enter what feels like the 5,000th day of an eternal winter, even the celebs seem to have thrown in the towel when it came to their red carpet choices. Granted, bare legs (tights are happening though, guys), open-toed shoes and -- especially this awards season -- naked dresses will always remain de rigueur, but, otherwise, coverage was the hot trend of the week. (Har har.)

In chilly, overcast London, Clemence Poesy opted for a comfy, cozy furry coat over a casual skinny jeans outfit and flats and Annie Clark, a.k.a. St. Vincent, did the coat worn as a cape thing, but in a chic and totally non-asshole-y way. (Although, Madonna's custom Armani cape at the Brit Awards proved to be a bit of a safety hazard while worn indoors.) At the Oscars and the after-parties in balmy, but still cool Los Angeles, long sleeves ruled the red carpet, with Emma Stone in a metallic chartreuse Elie Saab Couture gown, Beyoncé in a long sleeve, maxi-dress and a matching fur wrap and Naomi Watts in a winter white Armani tuxedo pantsuit, which she of course wore without shirt underneath or closed toe shoes. Stars, not always like us.

Click through the gallery below for the best covered up looks this week.