A necessity this winter and every winter, a scarf helps keep your neck warm in style. This ribbed one from the sleek minimalist brand Vince is made of 100 percent cashmere, so it’ll not only bundles you up, it but will also last for many seasons to come. The simple, understated design can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.
$148, Buy It Here
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Downholme Touchscreen Leather Cashmere Lined Gloves
Not having access to your phone during the winter while you’re on the move is non-negotiable, but your flesh can only stand so much exposure to the cold air. These hi-tech leather gloves lined with cashmere warm your hands while also allowing you to easily use your phone. So go ahead and scroll, text, email—the works—without freezing.
$60, Buy It Here
The colder temps call for weekend getaways to beautifully snowy places, which means you need an appropriately sized bag to carry your essentials in. Wear this canvas one with a vintage look as a backpack during the week and then sling over your shoulder as a duffel come Saturday—it works both ways.
$18, Buy It Here
Not just practical (after all, you lose most of your body heat through your head), but also fashionable, this cashmere beanie is a classic that should be in your wardrobe if it’s not already. Luxurious looking and feeling, it keeps the warmth in and the cold out.
$70, Buy It Here
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Once reserved just for the great outdoors, this puffer jacket was associated with sporty activities. But the slim cut and trendy color of this one means it looks just as good in the wilderness as it does on the city streets.
Starts at $49, Buy It Here
Daily tunes or cold, red ears? Now you don’t have to choose with these ear warmers that also double as headphones when synced via bluetooth to your device of choice.
$58, Buy It Here
Never underestimate the power of a solid pair of socks like these. True to their name, they make sure your toes and ankles are toasty even when it’s 40 below, whether you’re in the arctic or not. You can wear them with boots of all kinds—ski and snowboard ones included.
Starts at $26, Buy It Here
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When sneakers, dress shoes, and loafers are required for the occasion (whether it’s work, running, or dinner out), you won’t have to worry about getting cold feet (pun intended) with these insoles in your shoes. They’re made of 100 percent wool fleece sheepskin, and add comfort and warmth to your stride while also wicking away moisture.
Starts at $11, Buy It Here
It may not be 90 degrees outside, but don’t reserve sporting a pair of sunglasses just for the summer. The polarized lenses on these protect eyes from harmful rays and the glare rain and snow can give off. They then stow away conveniently in your pocket thanks to their innovative folding design once you’re inside.
$340, Buy It Here
You’re already carrying around enough as it is with all the extra layers you have to wear during this time of the year, so minimize the bulk by switching out your wallet for this slender card holder. Don’t let its compact size fool you—it has multiple slots, plus a larger opening at the top for bills, so no more fumbling to pick up the tab.
$25, Buy It Here
You’ve outfitted yourself with the best winter clothing and accessories, but don’t forget about your skin, which often bears the brunt of the weather’s harsh effects. Don’t let the name fool you—this isn’t just for your hands. The multi-purpose salve will relieve all of those rough, dry, and cracked patches on your shoulders, knees, and toes, too, whenever your skin needs some love.
$20, Buy It Here
When it’s time to put your feet up at the end of the day, let these slippers (yes, they are in fact slippers even though they don’t look it) keep the cold at bay. We like their sneaker-type look, which is ideal in case you run into anyone while you dash from inside your house to your car, trash can, or garage. No one will suspect a thing.
Starts at $20, Buy It Here