As much as I hate to admit this, winter is coming. The worst season of the year. However there are great ways to prepare your wardrobe for it and on a budget!
If you live in a snow climate of course you need the winter essentials. A winter coat, boots, scarves, hats and gloves. Luckily Amazon has so many great pieces for a great price and you don’t have to go out in the weather to shop for these items.
Let’s get started.
I got my favorite coat from Macy’s but I have seen some really cute coats on Amazon that I like just as much. My style is the longer cut ones with a huge hood and deep pockets. Dark colors always work best for me, because lets be honest I can’t go a day without spilling on myself or getting something transferred onto me from Aria. White is a gorgeous color for a coat, but not for me.
This is the year I need to purchase a good pair of snow boots. I have been wearing the kamik rain boots and they work but the soles have zero grip so I look like Bambi when I am out shoveling snow.
When you are shopping for snow boots look for three things: grip, weather proof, and style. You want your feet to stay dry, warm and not slip everywhere.
I love nice big blanket scarves because they can double as a head wrap if it gets too cold and you don’t own a hat. There are so many cute styles and fabrics. For the warmer months you can get away with a light fabric. As it gets colder I would invest in the thicker more durable fabrics that will keep you warm. I highly suggest at least one flannel scarf they are so nice to have and really warm.
Beanies are my go to hat for winter. They are easy, warm and there are some really cute styles. Everyone including myself loves the CC brand beanies, and Amazon with usually have them for a great price. You can get every color under the sun, in just about every style of beanie.
Whoever invented the touch screen gloves are a genius. I love being able to use my phone without having to remove my gloves and letting my hands freeze off. They are my favorite kind of gloves to have and the only ones unless you are out handling snow for sledding and such. Then I would move to a weather proof pair. These are more waterproofed and will keep your hands from getting wet and cold if you’re out actually playing in the snow.
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