When you are bundled up in a zillion layers in the winter, all the pressure is put on your accessories to make your outfit really shine.
They bring out the “extra” side in everyone, after all, what is the best way to jazz up an outfit than with some fun accoutrements? And this season especially, the hats, jewelry, and bags on offer are about as extra as they come.
Throw on a fuzzy bucket hat for your daily social-distancing walk or some pretty pearl earrings to your simplest sweater-and-jeans look. But even if you’re into something more subdued, a simple sweater-over-shoulders styling trick offers the perfect update.
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 outside during winter made it easy for you to choose from 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.
If you have your 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.
Published on HOLR Magazine.