Cold-Weather Accessories To Keep You Warm And Stylish This Winter

Who says you have to sacrifice style for warmth?!

Bringing both style and comfort together as the temperature drops can be a challenge. But never fear, as accessories are here!

From fluffy hats to thick tights, there are ways to add some flair to your outfit without compromising on comfort, and we’re here to teach you how.

Here are 4 of the best trends we’ve spotted to keep you cosy this Winter.

The Fluffy Bucket Hat

 

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The bucket hat has undergone a bit of a revamp in the run-up to winter, now sporting a much fluffier appearance.

Leg Warmers

 

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If they’re good enough for Bella Hadid, they’re good enough for us! Leg warmers are back in fashion, and this Y2K accessory is sure to keep you nice and toasty.

Big Sunnies

 

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A classic that never goes out of style is a big ol’ pair of sunnies. The bigger the better in our opinion, so grab a pair of sun glasses and protect your eyes from the winter rays.

Fuzzy Jackets

Keeping warm and fashionable isn’t always this easy, but if you own a fluffy coat it can be. Whether it’s a penny lane or full-on fluffer, you’ll be toasty in one of these. Plus, you can sometimes save on wearing a scarf as the fluff acts as one around your neck – genius!

 Skinny Scarf

 

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Get that model off duty look with an authentic Y2K inspired skinny scarf. Although micro, they add more heat than you would realise, plus you can make that part of your outfit too, meaning you don’t have to take it off, even when you’re indoors.

Sheer Tights

 

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Not only do tights keep you warm, but they’re also pretty fashionable this winter too. You can push the boat out a little with different prints and colours, or opt for a classic sheer pair. Style them with a skirt or mini dress and heels and you’ll be the bell of the ball.

 

Written by Rebekah O’Reilly

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