Cute and Cozy Essentials to Get You Through the Rest of Winter
If you’re anything like me, you have a lot of trouble this time of year staying toasty without looking like a marshmallow. Although I like to look good, to me it’s more important to be warm. Luckily, I’ve found some great cold-weather pieces that keep me looking fashion-forward without freezing.
TECH GLOVES BY J.CREW
Trying to make a phone call/send a text but you can't even imagine taking your gloves off? Thankfully, J.Crew has mastered the tech glove, blending practicality and femininity. These gloves are leather with a cashemere lining and come in an array of classy colors.
INFINITY SCARF BY CLUB MONACO
The wind has been my biggest enemy this season, and my coat never manages to keep my chin and face warm enough to walk around outside. For someone who enjoys fresh air, this snood scarf is fancy meets cozy -- the perfect combo. It also has just the right amount of bling to keep winter outfits interesting.
DUCK BOOTS BY SPERRY
These Sperry Top-Sider duck boots for women are the best shoes for the snow and ice. They are super cozy and waterproof -- if you live anywhere in the Northeast, you know just how key that is. Add in some slouchy socks, and these become the laid-back fashion statement anyone can pull off.
BEANIE HAT WITH A POM POM BY ANTHROPOLOGIE
If you're looking for a pop of color on a dreary winter day, opt for a colorful hat that will keep your ears warm and help you stand out. This hat mixes the popular chevron print with color and a little bit of fun.
GLAMOROUS EVENING CAPE BY ELLSWORTH & IVEY
When us gals go out at night, we want to ditch the puffy coat so we can look nighttime-ready inside and out. The perfect solution? This handcrafted, American made 100% Royal Alpaca Cape from Ellsworth & Ivey. This fashionable piece completes the sophisticated look you are going for, while keeping you warm. The versatile fabric and cool camel color will go with everything in your closet. You may even end up ditching your puffy coat for good!
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