No Matter How Much It Snows
Now that the East Coast has been hit with its first snow storm, we thought it might be worth assembling our warming strategy for the next few months. The central theme: wrap yourself in fluffy, furry, frothy accessories. Looking cute and staying warm are not mutually exclusive.
Have you ever noticed that when your feet are cold, your whole body feels cold? That’s why we believe a solid cold-weather look begins with serious boots. Our top picks:
Cozy feet start with chunky socks. We recommend sizing up on your boots if necessary to accommodate thick socks.
Yep, we know that leg warmers have that 80s Flash Dance vibe. And we are totally okay with that.
Sure, you can just put your hands in your pockets on a cold day. But what if you need to carry something. Gloves, baby.
You’d be surprised how that little space between your head and shoulders can be the source of a dastardly draft but a colorful scarf will set things right.
Have you ever been so cold from head to toe that even your eyeballs are freezing? Trust us, it’s a thing. Big sunglasses block the wind and make a huge difference. And it goes without saying that they increase your chic cache exponentially.
We feel the same way about hats as we do about boots. If your feet and your head are warm, you’re on the right path toward maximum coziness.
Eugenia Kim took her best-selling Marina cap from last season and added fur to make our favorite head warmer of this season.
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