Winter Staples

 {Ombré Accessories}

The Polar Vortex seems to have taken a toll on many of us. I have heard a lot of talk that being warm and fashionable at the same time just isn’t possible, the truth is… it is possible! From classic crochets to UGGs and more, here are a few good staples you need in order to create a fashionable winter look: 

{UGGs paired with CovFurs}

CovFurs one of my favorite winter staples. They come in in a variety of animal faux furs and look fabulous paired with a long puffy coat, leggings, over-sized sweater with tights and more.

 {Headbands and Hats}
Hats are a great way to accessorize an outfit while headbands will keep you looking chic when the snow is coming down. Classics include: slouchy beanies and turban headbands.
 {Mittens}
Forget the gloves! Mittens give you a chic winter look.

Blue jeans and a plaid blouse are a predictable winter choice, but adding a chunky cowl will put a new spin on a winter classic.  Jocelyn Designs on Etsy offers my favorite chunky cowl pattern \’The Portland\’.
 {Boot Cuffs}
Boot cuffs take your outfit to the next level as the add a pop of color, class and more when they pop out over the top of your boots. 
Simple is best sometimes  – a white sweater, crocheted over-sized cowl and a crocheted turban headband offer a chic everyday look.  Get my favorite patterns from Jocelyn Designs on Etsy.

Of course boots are a winter staple that everyone knows about but waterproof ballet flats from OKA-b are my absolute favorite. Pair them with legwarmers and you have the perfect look for a night out.

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