Snow Bunny Style
Winter means snowy days, hot chocolate, Christmas holidays and of course, dressing up in snow bunny style! Make the most of the cold weather and dress up in cozy separates and accessories that not only keep you warm and toasty but looking adorably bundled up as well! Chunky ski sweaters and cardigans look great paired with leggings and skinny jeans and worn with snow boots with faux fur accents. You don’t have to be on a ski holiday to channel this look! Chalet chic is the best way to stay stylish and warm this winter! Check out our gallery on the best snow bunny style pieces!
Snow Bunny Style!
Frost Free Hooded coat, $69.50, at OldNavy.com
TNA Baja pullover hoodie, $85, at Aritzia.com
Chunky Knit Pompom beanies, $9.50, at Oldnavy.com
Forest Night Jegging, $29.90, at GarageClothing.com
Tall suede boots, $59.95, at American Eagle
Cooperative Polar Bear Sweater, $49, at UrbanOutfitters.com
Tori Plaid Coat, $69.50, at Delias.com
Faux fur trapper hat, $34.50, at American Eagle
Cable knit leggings, $12.90, at Forever21.com
Staring at Stars Loop Cowl scarf, $34, at UrbanOutfitters.com
Fair isle long sweater, $54.95, at American Eagle
Marled Knit Mitt, $8.90, at GarageClothing.com
Stag You’re It socks, $24.99, at ModCloth.com
Jo Jo Skull trapper hat, $24.50, at Delias.com
Knit fingerless mittens, $18, at FredFlare.com
Striped henley shirt, $19.90, at GarageClothing.com
Warm Slipper socks, $10.80, at Forever21.com
Chunky knit ski sweater, $29.80, at Forever21.com
Plaid double-weave western tunic top, $19.99, at OldNavy.com
Puffer vest, $29.95, at American Eagle
Cassady solid scarf, $24.50, at Delias.com
Pom Pom Faux Fur Adoraboots, $30, at OldNavy.com
Faux Fur Trapper Hat, $15, at NewLook.com
TNA Intarsia sweater vest, $85, at Aritzia.com
Winter Bloom earmuffs, $27.99, at ModCloth.com
There’s a huge selection of chunky knits out there for you to cozy up to this winter! The big trends this season are chunky knit ski style sweaters and cardigans, Fair isle and Cowichan print. The key to staying warm is to [kwlink5059]layer[/kwlink]. This way, even if you start overheating in your big sweater, it’s easy to just peel off a couple of layers to cool down. Stay away from Angora sweaters if you’re sensitive to allergies or an itchy nose - they tend to shed like crazy - almost like having a sweater pet! It’s important that make sure a sweater feels soft and comfortable before you buy it - even though it looks good it might be super itchy so try before you buy!
Cat in the Hood, $68, at ModCloth.com
It’s hard to narrow down the best winter accessories in the shops right now! There’s definitely something for everyone, whether you want classic Fair isle print hats and scarves to match your ski sweaters or solid, chunky knits to perk up your solid color winter coat! A big trend this winter is faux fur- you’ll find it on ear muffs, trapper style hats, scarves and even big furry mittens (can also double as part of a bear suit next Halloween!). Trapper style faux fur hats are great because they will block out the wind and keep your ears warm too! If you love the look of mittens but hate how hard it is to hold onto things while wearing them - get fingerless gloves with the removable mitten top! Try a circular scarf or snood to keep your neck warm - a more compact alternative to the long scarf! Accessories this season are not only made to be convenient but designed to be cute and fun as well so get shopping!