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Top 10 Holiday Fashion Accessories

Dec 12, 2011

Winter is the time to wrap up, use lots of layers and most of all have some festive fun when creating outfits to brave the outdoors. So don’t get left in the cold - take a look at this Top 10 Winter Accessories list to keep you seriously stylish even in the snow!

ScarfChunky Patterned Scarf, $38 at Urban Outfitters
 

No. 10: Socks

It’s the season where you can feel winter from your head to your feet, and that tingling in your toes means it’s time to invest in some warm, wooly winter socks! Keep your toes toasty with different styles, lengths and patterns, like these adorable snowflake socks from American Eagle.

socksSnowflake Socks, $6 at American Eagle Outfitters
 

No. 9: Gloves

If you’re going to be walking in a winter wonderland then you’re definitely going to need to get your hands in a pair of great gloves. Get inspired by the snow-white looks wonderful with any jacket, woollen mitts are sure to keeps your fingers frost-free.

glovesWoolly white gloves, $12.95 at H
 

No 8: Legwarmers

Unless you’re a dancer, there’s only one season you can get away with legwarmers. Look retro-chic this season with a pair of ‘80s-style legwarmers. Great for wearing with tights and sneakers or beautiful ballet flats.

legwarmersLegwarmers, $17.95 at H
 

No. 7: Silver Necklace

A sweet silver necklace is the perfect way to dress up your holiday look by adding a little shine to your one-of-a-kind outfit. Our fave is this Silver Key Necklace by Forever 21 for $6.

silver necklaceKey Necklace, $6 at Forever 21
 

No. 6: Lip and Cheek Stain

When it comes to everyday winter makeup, it’s all about rosy cheeks and lips. Instead of stepping outdoors every time you want to get that snow-kissed glow, we suggest investing in an all-in-one lip and cheek stain. The Body Shop carries a pink lip and cheek stain that we love, making any girl look like a holiday heart-breaker.

lip and cheek stainLip and Cheek Stain, $14 at The Body Shop
 

No. 5: Velvet Leggings

One of our fave new items this season is American Apparel’s velvet leggings. Not only will they keep you warm, they look great with a long shirt, short dress, boots and thick socks. They come in a variety of great winter colors like maroon, dark green and black.

LeggingsVelvet Leggings, $42 at American Apparel
 

No. 4: Knitted Headband

One of the hottest holiday hair accessories is definitely a knitted headband. You can look cute while keeping the cold away. Because it’s a once-a-year item, feel free to pick a fun and flirty Christmas color, like this bright red bow headband from Urban Outfitters!

HeadbandKnitted Headband, $24 at Urban Outfitters
 

No. 3: Cable Knit Tights

Keep away the cold with some cool cable knit tights. It’ll make your winter outfit warm while still being stylish. If you pick a neutral color like grey you can use it for all kinds of outfits, but don’t be afraid to be bold and get a beautiful cranberry color or sparkly tights if you’re looking to make a splash this season.

tightsCable Knit Tights, $12 at American Eagle Outfitters
 

No. 2: Slouchy Beanie

A street-smart slouchy beanie will keep you looking chill (while keeping off the chill) for all of your cold-weather casual outfits. Perfect for bad hair during the holidays, a slouchy beanie says that you’re ready to relax this season.

Slouchie BeanieSlouchy Beanie, $29 at Urban Outfitters
 

No. 1: Chunky Scarf

A cheery chunky scarf is a must-have to ward off your winter woes and make your outdoor outfit outstanding. Choose a pretty pattern to add pizzazz to your everyday ensembles. It’s no trouble to find the perfect scarf this season, whether you want dark and dazzling or bold and bright.

(Psst! Do scarves leave you feeling tied in knots? Check out this 25 Ways to Wear a Scarf Vid!)

                                                                         

Have Your Say

What’s your must-have fashion accessory this winter? Let us know in the comments section below!

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What's Your Must-Have Winter Accessory?

  • Mittens and gloves.
  • A scarf to wrap around me.
  • A beanie or toque.
  • Furry boots.

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