4 Must-Have Cold Weather Accessories
Staying warm in the winter is easier for people who live in warmer climates. But for those of you who live in a place like I do where it’s common to see negative numbers, you can’t mess around! You have to be prepared for those sub-zero temps. I always want to find functional pieces that are also really stylish. Many of you have asked about my go-to winter accessories so I’m sharing four of my faves in this post! Finally!
#1 Cold Weather Accessory | Gloves
Let’s be real… MITTENS are WAY warmer than gloves. They just are, but I also love having a chic and warm pair of gloves for driving or running errands…especially a pair like these that are tech-friendly. These gorgeous gloves are by Carolina Amato. I like my accessories to have a unique detail. These gloves have a gray, wool-blend overlay that can be removed, folded, or worn as a sleeve. The gloves are very warm and a great price for the quality!
Shop more gloves here.
#2 Cold Weather Accessory | Faux Fur Hat
The next must-have winter accessory is a warm hat! This hat is from Etsy. The exact one is sold out but I’ve linked a similar one. Faux fur is SO glam and really warm too!! I love the drama of this Russian style hat. You can also try a faux fur headband to get the same look but just keep in mind that your head is exposed and you’ll get cold faster.
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#3 Cold Weather Accessory | Ugg Boots
If you’ve followed me for long, you know I love wedge booties, wedge sneakers, wedge sandals, etc. I’m 5’4” so I like to add some height in any way I can! This is especially true in the winter. Nothing makes me feel frumpier than bulky, flat boots. Ugh. (no pun intended) These wedge booties are super soft and warm. And I love that you can roll them down or wear them up. And the best part…they’re water and snow proof! The black is really versatile but they also come in brown. I’ll be wearing these all winter!
More Ugg shoes here.
#4 Cold Weather Accessory | Scarf
A warm scarf is an obvious must-have winter weather accessory! But make sure you get one in a nice, warm fabric. I prefer cashmere. It’s luxurious, warm, and soft. It’s also wearable year-round, but some other options include faux or real fur, wool, or fleece. The exact scarf I’m wearing above is sold out. But I linked a very similar one that’s also cashmere! It would be a fun addition to your accessory collection and will definitely keep you warm! Find more cozy cashmere pieces in this post.
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Photos by: Aurelie Slegers