Please tell me I am not the only member of the Always Cold Club ;).  Anyone else out these absolutely dread being out in the cold, winter air for too long?  My eyes water, my nose runs & I lose feeling in my fingers & toes wayyy too quickly.  Last week, J & I went up to Pennsylvania to go skiing.  Well - he skied, I fell, a lot, but at least I tried :)! I knew I was going to feel cold every time I stepped outside so I packed my warmest outfits & loaded up on cold weather accessories.  

Even in NY right now, it has been very cold & we have experienced quite a bit of snow.  In addition to heavy sweaters & a warm pair of boots, there are a bunch of cold weather accessories to get you through the last few weeks of winter.

Blanket Scarf -  I talked about blanket scarves in this post, but truly a cozy blanket scarf is my favorite accessory for this time of year.  A fun plaid pattern or a bright color will brighten up a gray day in the middle of winter.

Socks/Tights- If you plan to wear a dress or skirt, printed or opaque tights are must haves to keep your legs warm.  Even while wearing my leggings, I like to add a pair of knee high socks for extra warmth.  I have found that Chrissy's Knee High Socks makes the best pairs!  They are so cozy & thick & come in fun patterns/bright colors.  Plus - they look super cute peeking out of a pair of boots!

Hat - Use a beanie/fedora/cap to not only protect your hair from the wind but also to accessorize your look.  A colored topper is a fun addition to a look - I have been wearing this blue one a ton this winter (also seen here).  

Gloves - Tech gloves are everywhere now, as are bright colored mittens, but, call me old fashioned, but I still love the look of finger less gloves for texting and just using my fingers in general :).  I love this convertible pair that easily transforms from finger less gloves to mittens to warm up your fingers.

Sweater: American Eagle | Leggings: Forever 21 | Boots: Aldo (similar) | Socks: c/o Chrissy's Socks | Hat: c/o Old Navy | Sunglasses: Ray Ban

Michelle Paige