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33 Winter Accessories That'll Help You Bundle up in Style

Including leather gloves, cashmere beanies and printed wool scarves.

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Before moving to a place where bomb cyclones were a thing, I thought a puffer jacket and tights would keep me warm when temperatures start hovering around my age — a youthful 25 – but they don’t. Getting dressed for winter is an ordeal: First you layer up underneath, so not even the smallest sliver of ankle is exposed. Then, you pile on heattech turtlenecks and sweaters, followed by a long down coat and topped off with critically important accessories: gloves, a hat and a scarf. Anyone who’s lived in a cold climate can attest that keeping your ears, neck and hands toasty is key to surviving the bone-chilling elements of winter. 

Ahead, find 33 cold-weather accessories — from cashmere gloves and beanies to shearling bucket hats and printed wool scarves — that’ll keep you cozy and help you face the treacherous outdoors in style. 

Gloves

Rodebjer Clay Galita Mitten, $145, available here

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Hats 

Clyde Reversible Shearling Bucket Hat, $295, available here

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Scarves 

Holzweiler Fresia Buffalo Check Scarf, $155, available here

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Source: Fashionista.com

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