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2006 Winter Accessories

You have to bundle up in the winter to fight off the chills, so check out what's in style for the last season of the year!

Bundle up in style this winter!
2006 Winter Accessories

2006 Winter Accessories - Mittens and Gloves

The slouchy look is all the rage, so it was only a matter of time until this trend turned its attention to gloves! Slouchy gloves are long (some even reach your elbows), so they keep your wrists and arms warm. They're not meant to be pulled on tight, but worn loose and bunched up over your arms. For those of you who can't decide between gloves and mittens, grab a pair of convertible gloves that switch from mittens to fingerless gloves in a flash. They're definitely a quirky look for the cold weather.


2006 Winter Accessories - Scarves

Try not to get too dizzy while checking out this year's trendiest scarves. With so many prints, patterns and colors, you're bound to get a little dazed - but in a good way! Add a pom-pom here and a tassel there and you've got one of the best scarves around! For tips on how to tie your scarf, click here.


2006 Winter Accessories - Hats

Hats aren't just head-warmers, they're a fashion statement and an expression of your personality. A baseball cap tells peeps that you like to keep it casual, a beret makes you look sophisticated and artsy, and a trucker hat says you're either out of the trend loop or a poser like K-Fed. Whether you wear a toque, beanie, newsboy cap or one of those earflap hats this winter, here are a few tips to keep in mind.

  • Your hat must not be bigger than your body. The point of a hat is to express yourself, not stop traffic.
  • Plaid is a top trend this season, showing up on winter coats, scarves and especially hats.
  • Get a matching scarf or gloves, but don't wear all of them together!

  • 2006 Winter Accessories - Boots

    You gotta have a pair of furry boots to make angels in the snow and have snowball fights, but just cuz you live somewhere that has warm, sunny winters doesn't mean you have to pass them up. Rain or shine, boots are a wardrobe essential that look great with jeans or a cute skirt with leggings. But what would look even better with furry boots are legwarmers! We're not talking about the ones your mom danced around in during the days of Flashdance, but a more stylish version you can find in stores like Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister.


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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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