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Well-fitting winter accessories can help you relax out of season.
I often spend so much time deciding what to add to my winter wardrobe that the season is almost over before I make up my mind.
Besides being incredibly indecisive in general, for me, the fact that large items like coats can be a major investment always slows down the decision-making process.
So this year I decided that I could just stick with the outerwear that I already have (there certainly wasn’t a lot of wear time last year during all lockdowns. way) and instead update my cold season sets in the simplest and most affordable way comfy accessories.
Beanies are once again a mainstay in the hat department, but those looking for a trendy alternative have both chic berets and comfy bucket hats to top it off in style.
* Woolen items that will be worth their weight in gold this winter
* Winter is coming: why you need a light coat in your wardrobe
* Well spotted: a new take on the polka dot classic
* Bundle up: a list of the best winter coats
In the scarf department there is everything from timeless classic checks and soft, surprisingly winter-friendly pastels to traditional heather gray and camel and playful pops of hot pink and red.
Look for pieces made from warm materials like merino, mohair, cashmere and wool, and for more “fitted” stitches press texture – whether it’s ribbed, twisted, waffle or thick, tassels, fluffy pom poms or plush fabric.
Kate Sylvester Beret, $ 99
Karen Walker cashmere beanie, $ 110
Country Road Pom Beanie, $ 65
Seed Heritage Mohair Scarf, $ 150
Zara scarf, $ 46