Add some cozy winter layers without losing your style with these 10 chic pieces.
Winter isn’t coming — it’s here. Which means it’s time to add some cozy layers.
Do so without losing your style with these 10 chic pieces that will keep you feeling warm and looking good.
Zara Anorak With Detachable Hood ($149). Hood or no hood, this coat is perfect for the coldest of days. It has a nipped waist for a slim, tailored look, and comes in navy or camel.
Free People Cozy Light Knee Socks ($20 at needsupply.com). These lightweight, fuzzy socks look charming peeking out of booties or on their own as you lounge around the house.
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Sorel Tivoli II Suede Ankle Boots ($228). A waterproof leather shell, seude upper and contrasting white faux-fur lining make these the chicest snow boots on the market. An EVA insole adds extra comfort when clomping around town.
Madewell Cashmere Convertible Turtleneck Sweater ($228). You get two looks in one with this genius sweater that has a removable turtleneck. Cashmere provides beautiful drape, and a high-low hemline keeps it on-trend.
Free People Uncut Corduroy Jacket ($198 at shopbop.com). A shearling collar adds style and warmth to this classic corduroy jacket. It has a relaxed fit for a casual-cool look, and a Sherpa lining to battle cool temps.
Rag & Bone Catherine Snood ($105 at rag-bone.com). This versatile piece can be worn as a scarf or head cover, and is warm and soft thanks to its cashmere material. It’s available in black or light gray.
Madewell Baseball Trapper Cap ($40). Men aren’t the only ones who can do lumbersexual. This shearling-lined cap adds cozy ear flaps for extra warmth and throwback style.
Falke Soft Merino Tights ($38 at matchesfashion.com). Merino wool allows these tights to provide warmth without the bulk. A cotton lining provides even more comfort and durability.
Zara High-Neck Sweatshirt ($36). Comfy and sophisticated, this turtleneck sweatshirt is the best of both worlds. It has a swing shape that pairs well with skinny jeans or a pencil skirt.
Reformation Dora Alpaca Scarf ($88 at thereformation.com). Tie this cozy 24-inch-square scarf like a bandana for a street-chic look. It’s made in Los Angeles from hand-sorted Peruvian alpaca wool.
ShopNW staff contributed to this story.