Sorry to break it to you, but winter is going to keep happening for another few months. Isn’t it time you updated your outerwear wardrobe? Even if you don’t feel like shelling out for a new coat, why not get a nice new chunky knit scarf? We’ve got nine warm and cozy options for you in the gallery above!
If you don’t have a pair of wedge boots, girl, you are missing out. Wedge boots give you a bit of height and make your legs look amazing, plus they’re way more stable on slippery sidewalks than pointy heels. If you’re in need of the perfect winter shoe, look no further–we found 10 pairs in a variety of styles and colors. And the best part? They’re all $65 or less. Click on the gallery to check ‘em out!
Perhaps a winter hat isn’t your scene — maybe you’d like a less hair-ruffling winter accoutrement? Try on a pair of ear muffs for size. They’re remarkably good at keeping you warm and toasty in cold climates. We’ve picked 12 of our favorite pairs for your perusal. Keep reading »
If you’re like me and have zero knitting skills, you’re going to need to purchase a knit hat (or else become friends with someone who has some major skillz). We’ve selected 12 warm, comfy knit caps that’ll keep you protected this winter … or at least until you figure out what to do with those needles and the difference between knitting and purling. Get the details after the jump! Keep reading »
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you have to give up wearing skirts and dresses. Throw on a pair of wool tights and a cute skirt — like one of the 10 pleated skirts we’ve found under $50 — and you’re warm and toasty. So pick a skirt, any skirt, and get fancy for the holidays.
In winter, you just can’t have enough ways to stay warm. So let us present to you the poncho sweater — an innovative two-in-one kind of garment that can be worn as an extra layer during the colder months. And though we caution you to stay away from more “stereotypical” ponchos — covered in fringe and vaguely ethnic designs — we think sticking with a simple design with modern details will do the trick just fine.