1. A Wool Coat – Did you know that wet wool is warmer than dry cotton? Think you’ll have to spend
a fortune to keep warm when sunny turns to sleet? Think again. I picked up a short and sleek military-
style wool jacket from the Westminster Antique Mall for $15!
2. Knit Stockings and Knee-High Socks –The best part about these two is that you can very easily
layer them for double the warmth! Snag two or three neutrals (black, brown, navy, grey) to combine
with any outfit—even black and brown! Try socks over stockings as a way to keep warm in your
3. Cashmere – It’s lightweight, soft, and super warm, though a bit on the pricey side. Purchase
something you won’t outgrow, such as a scarf, and keep décolletage all year round!
Extra Tip: Stores cut prices to empty out their winter stock before swimsuit season, so look for
cashmere in May or June!
4. Earmuffs – Forget a hat flattening your hair or generating (more) frizz, just keep your ears
5. A Sweater Dress – long, short, or no sleeves, a knit is the easiest way to wear a dress in
the cold. They layer under coats, over long sleeves and can be thrown on just as easily as those
sweatpants you were about to wear.