The arrival of winter brings with itself changes to our wardrobe. The temperature is falling and now we can layer the body with stylish clothes. We can’t afford to catch a cold or the flu. We have plans to attend weddings and celebrate the New Year. But, to protect ourselves from the harsh weather we need to brace ourselves with a wise selection of winter accessories which will keep us warm without harming our fashion sense.
Here is a list of winter accessories to look hot this season:
Say goodbye to your bad hair days and harsh winters with these colorful beanies. All you need to do is to transform the beanie from a childhood necessity to a sophisticated fashion statement.
2. Knit Headbands
If you want to showcase your new hair cut at a friend’s party or you just don’t like how beanies tend to pull away from your look, but unfortunately the harsh weather is not allowing you to do away with beanies. Don’t worry, we have Knit Hairbands to the rescue! A perfect mix of sexy and cute, a knit head band is a blessing to keep your ears warm all the day.
3. Woolen Scarves
Bright colored or neutral, long or short, a thick scarf can make all the difference, especially on windy days. Your uncovered neck is vulnerable in winters as it can get you sick sooner than ever. It’s better to put on a scarf not just because it can save you from cold but a wise selection will make your outfit look like a million bucks!
4. Long Winter Socks
Fill your wardrobe with some super sexy long winter socks because it is indeed the best way to keep your legs toasty all the day. Simply slip them on before your boots and wear whatever you want to wear, they look super cute with short skirts!
5. Leather Gloves
This leather accessory keeps you warm and stylish! And if they are coming between your fingers and phone, don’t worry and get a pair of fingerless gloves.
6. Ear Muffs
The mere thought of chilled air running through ears brings shiver to the body. But this year, you don’t need to get worried. Get some playful ear muffs to keep your ears from freezing.