How to Rock Winter Fashion: 5 Cold Weather Accessories To Keep You Warm

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Cold weather accessories are a must-have to stay warm while surviving the cold, harsh winter, and if you pick them correctly, they can also add a pop of style to your seasonable ensemble. Look your best with these fabulous winter fashion accessories that will keep you cozy and fashionable all season long!

Bundling up is a must when it comes to combatting Canadian winters, and with cold weather warnings making their way to the headlines, it’s time we up our winter accessories game. I took my dog for a walk this morning and for the first time all season I felt that bone chilling, teeth chattering cold that is only too typical of Toronto winters. My down-filled parka does its job to keep my body warm, but there’s no denying that without a good pair of gloves and a plush hat, I’d be shivering in my boots.

Cold weather accessories are a must-have to stay warm while surviving the cold, harsh winter, and if you pick them correctly, they can also add a pop of style to your seasonable ensemble. Look your best with these fabulous winter fashion accessories that will keep you cozy and fashionable all season long!

I love winter accessories – not only do they keep you warm and cozy, they also add to your seasonal ensemble. A luxe oversized scarf will ensure your chest and face are properly protected, while shearling mittens are a chic way to keep your hands heated in the cold. And wearing a hat or earmuffs is absolutely crucial to keep warm. Covering your ears makes a world of difference and I can promise you’ll be so much more comfortable walking through the city with your head and ears bundled.

Look your best with these fabulous winter fashion accessories that will keep you warm and stylish all season long!

Mackage Sheepskin Finger Cut-off Gloves

Mackage Gloves

How chic are these camel shearling gloves? And they look SO warm too! I prefer mittens over gloves, but these are kind of both. Plus, it’s nice to use the cut-offs when you’re on the bus or subway and don’t need the full mitt. Not only do they have finger cut-offs, they also have an opening at the thumb for touch screen access. Too cool.

Urban Outfitters Knit Legwarmer

Urban Outfitters Leg Warmers

Legwarmers are a great accessory to add to your winter wardrobe. Keeping you feet and legs warm is so important for long walks or trips to the skating rink or ski hill. You can wear these cable knit legwarmers scrunched down with ankle boots or stretched up above knee-high boots.

Ted Baker Toree Ear Muffs

Ted Baker Ear Muffs

Earmuffs are my headwear of choice in the winter! I love the way they look and they keep you ears super cozy. These ones are crafted from faux fur and have an adjustable headband so you can fit it properly to your head.

Black Leather Quilted Gloves

Black Quilted Gloves

For those who prefer gloves to mittens, these quilted leather gloves are beautiful. They’ll add a glam touch to your outerwear and they’re lined with cashmere – what could be cozier!

All or Nothing Plaid Blanket Scarf

All or Nothing Blanket Scarf

This scarf looks so big and soft, I just want to wrap myself up in it! I love the camel and black plaid because both colours are neutrals so the scarf will go with pretty much any outwear you’re rocking this season.

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Cold weather accessories are a must-have to stay warm while surviving the cold, harsh winter, and if you pick them correctly, they can also add a pop of style to your seasonable ensemble. Look your best with these fabulous winter fashion accessories that will keep you cozy and fashionable all season long!

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Kate
Kate
Kate is a freelance writer with a background in fashion, beauty and wellness. When she’s not trying out new recipes, taking a hot yoga class, or curled up with a good book, you can find her blogging about lifestyle tips and entrepreneurialism at Layered Indulgence.