Wednesday, November 14, 2012

The Best Accessories for Winter

Chances are this winter is going to be a cold one, well that is if you live outside Palm Beach. Don't fall into the trap of "it's cold outside so I'm just going to wear tons of layers and not look chic" this winter. These accessories are sure to make you feel and look great while still keeping you warm.

-- Pair a hat, short or floppy, to keep the wind from making a mess of your hair while keeping your ears warm. Not to mention there is something super chic about a woman in skinny jeans, a coat, boots and a hat in the winter.

-- Gloves can be intimidating so we feel many women reach for the mittens. You don't have to be a fashionista to rock leather gloves. Own the trend and go for a bold pair like Rag and Bone's black chevron quilted driving gloves or Ted Baker's Chupa leather button glove. Not to mention, your hands will be thanking you towards the end of the day.

-- Scarves are a must, a no brainer. Instead of just a solid color go for something a little more bold like the Charlotte and Lisa hooded scarf with a touch of fur. (If you don't have a hat, this scarf doubles up to keep your neck warm and your head.) If you are more of a classic kind of girl, go for a Burberry London check scarf in a cream color.

-- Boots are a necessity but why throw on your chunky boots to combat the weather? Go for a chic bootie or over-the-knee boot to make a statement but also to keep your feet warm.

-- And of course, don't forget your sunglasses and umbrella. Winter weather is unpredictable in most places so it's always nice to carry around both of these. You never know when you'll go from sunny to snowy!

Get The Look:
DSquared2 Black Floppy Hat
Rag & Bone Black Chevron Quilted Driving Glove
Burberry Owl Handle Walking Umbrella 
Intermix Velour Crusher Hat
Burberry London Fringe Scarf 
Ted Baker Chupa Leather Glove
House of Harlow Chelsea Black Cateye Glasses
Burak Uyan Camel Suede Booties
Charlotte and Lisa Black Wool and Fur Scarf