Heading Out? Don’t Forget These Stylish, Winter-Ready Accessories
When the temperature starts to drop, stepping outside with style this season requires more than just a great coat and a warm face mask. In order to be prepared, you’ll need a few additional winter accessories for a fashionable jaunt in the cold. Luckily, there are plenty of chic little garments to keep you cozy from head to toe, like Tory Sport’s après-ski-ready knit mittens and Gucci’s logo-clad shearling earmuffs. There are also joyful striped scarves from Loewe, which definitely have the power to bring new life to any drab, all-black outerwear and would make heading out into a blizzard or shoveling the snow in the driveway way less miserable. Or, if you prefer to bundle up without the bulk, the dickey, à la COS, is a smart alternative to the classic winter scarf. Meanwhile, Janessa Leoné’s knit hooded neck-warmer is the perfect addition to a classic wool coat or puffer jacket. And to top it off, you might consider a snow-ready fuzzy bucket hat from Moncler or Ganni’s cool ribbed beanie.
Below, a winter accessories checklist for finishing off your tundra-ready attire.
Say so long to stuffing your hands in your jacket pockets for warmth. Whether you choose classic leather driving gloves or a fuzzy pair of mittens, keeping your paws covered has never looked so good.
You can’t go wrong with a versatile winter scarf. Take your pick between a cheery statement mohair wrap from Loewe or a simple, white wool version from Vince.
Finding a reason to leave the house and spend more time (socially distanced, of course!) outside this winter is easy when you can choose between a variety of covetable hats. To wit, try keeping your head warm in a fine faux fur chapeau from Emma Brewin or a trapper style from Cordova. Moncler’s fuzzy bucket hat and Ganni’s ribbed beanies make excellent choices too.
But Wait, There’s More…
If you have the classic winter accessories covered, consider one of these less-traditional styles that are still extremely practical. For maximal skin coverage, try a balaclava. Or, slip on a dickey, which provides an extra layer without adding sleeves.