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2004 Winter Accessories

Snapping up this season's hottest accessories is a wicked way to give your winter wardrobe a make-over. Created from textures like tweed, suede and crocodile print and a colour palette of greens, pinks, apricots and metals, these accessories are invading runways - and are sure to spice up those blah winter nights!

 

Bundle up in style!
Casual Style

 

Hot Winter Accessories - Casual Style

  • Keep your precious head warm with a pretty bow-topped beanie or go retro with a pair of earmuffs.
  • Wrap up your neck with a classic cable-knit scarf.
  • Sport a pair of adjustable gloves which free up fingers while keeping hands warm.
  • Funkify your jeans with a suede cut-out belt or a satin belt with a rhinestone buckle.
  • Legwarmers and armwarmers add a playful kick to any outfit, while boots like Uggs keep toes toasty.
  • Carry school books in a suede tote or hit the movies with a fake sheep-skin purse.

 

 

Turn heads at holiday festivities!
Chic Style

 

Hot Winter Accessories - Chic Style

  • For a cool, sophisticated look, try on a tweed hat.
  • Adorn your neck with pearls, a multistrand necklace or a luxurious, monogrammed scarf.
  • Flowers add flair in the form of dazzling brooches and cuffs.
  • Buckle up with a skinny metallic belt or a chain belt tied with ribbons.
  • Add sass to a skirt with adorable tie-up legwarmers and slip on a pair of metallic ballet flats.
  • Carry your party gear in a sparkly beaded clutch, a metallic sling bag, a sequined purse or a tweed duffel.

 

 

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