The weather outside may be frightful, but country stars' winter fashion choices are so delightful! We're smack dab in the middle of the coldest time of year, but low temperatures don't have to mean sweatpants and sweatshirts -- fashion can still be fun no matter the season!

Whether it's pearl-decorated earmuffs or a simple jacket with a fur hood, these singers know how to keep warm while still looking good. Thomas Rhett made our list for a rockin' leather jacket he got as a Christmas gift, while Chase Rice's lumberjack look stole our hearts. There are comfy sweaters, leather and even a little pink in this week's edition of Taste of Style.

Kacey Musgraves

Kacey Musgraves is setting herself up to be a country style icon, and this furry jacket is helping her on her way. On New Year's Eve, the 'Follow Your Arrow' singer donned a bear-like coat over her NYE threads, because Nashville gets darn cold! Judging by the photo, the black coverup is faux -- PETA will be proud -- but that doesn't diminish its fabulousness. Musgraves looked cozy and classy, and we're loving that large accent necklace with a little touch of teal. We'd walk a mile uphill in the snow anyday in that gorgeous jacket.

Thomas Rhett

When the temps get low, Thomas Rhett turns up the style. The singer took to Instagram to show off a Christmas present he got from Big Machine Label Group founder Scott Borchetta, and we are green with envy. Although we don't get to see Rhett's handsome face, we do get a look at his sexy new leather jacket, which is marked with the Rolling Stones logo, a red mouth and tongue. The 24-year-old singer proves that despite being a country singer, he can still rock. As if we could ever forget.

Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard

Florida Georgia Line's Georgia boy, Tyler Hubbard, and his fiancee, Hayley Stommel, may be the cutest snow bunnies ever! The pair channeled their inner Eskimos recently and looked adorable while doing so. This couple knows that you can be both warm and stylish at the same time. They sported jackets with fur-lined hoods for a ski trip, and we're still drooling. (Side note: Those aviators are to-die-for!)

Lucy Hale

We can't get over how warm and cozy Lucy Hale is while still being totally gorg! In this Instagram post, the singer and 'Pretty Little Liars' actress is wearing what looks to be an oversized cream-colored sweater with big buttons. She's literally cute as a button, and to make it even better, on her head she donned a big, round, black hat. Forget Pinterest, this is one style we can all use for winter inspiration.

Eric Church

Eric Church
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Wow. That's all we can say. Although his leather jacket may not be the best for a snowstorm, it's great for rocking out in the winter. At the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival, country bad boy Eric Church sported this look -- a dark green leather jacket -- and he wore it well. Church was sexy as ever, and he left the jacket open enough to see his dark blue shirt. Is it warm in here, or is it just us?

Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert is pretty in pink! The 'Little Red Wagon' singer stole a sweet kiss from her horse unicorn in what seem to be frigid temperatures. In the photo, Lambert is bundled up next to the gorgeous horse and wearing something feminine and flirty around her ears. Not only do these earmuffs keep her ears from freezing, they also add some style to her threads.

Chase Rice

The term "lumbersexual" suddenly makes sense. Although 28-year-old Chase Rice doesn't exactly look happy taking this photo, we're loving his cold weather attire! Rice sported a long-sleeved plaid shirt, and love the trend or hate it, he deserves props for how he pulled it off. Over the red shirt, Rice chose a thick-lined brown vest, pairing the look with dark denim and black shoes. To keep his head warm, he wore a grey toboggan hat. Just to be sure he could still play a mean guitar, Rice sported fingerless gloves. Who knew a logger could look so good?

This Week's Fashion Diva: Lady Antebellum!

Lady Antebellum
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The first-ever College Football Playoff Championship may have been all about the sport, but our eyes were on country's own Lady Antebellum, who sang the national anthem. Hillary Scott was as gorgeous as ever in an adorable -- and warm -- light pink peacoat. The coat flattered her beautiful figure and gave her casual outfit a very classy look. Her thigh-high boots were also extremely noticeable and oh-so-sexy.

The men of Lady A also looked good, knowing they'd be on TV. From Dave Haywood's sleek dark bubble jacket to Charles Kelley's brown dress shoes, the 'Freestyle' singers were definitely the best dressed at the game!

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