Winter Chic Style Equation

Posted On Monday, February 16th, 2015
Filed Under: Style Guide

It’s Fashion Week here in New York and though this should be the time of high style, I’m seeing some sartorial choices that have left me scratching my head. Style is totally personal and we can all rock what we want, but I’m absolutely baffled by women who are foregoing warmth for style. The temperatures are below zero, but I’ve seen fashionistas in open toe sandals and light layers. Um, no!

Ladies, style and warmth can coexist. I previously did a Style Equation feature {quick fashion combos that make it easy to get dressed!} last year, but now is the time to resurrect it. Check out the 5 style essentials you need to get dressed in the cold weather. I promise, you’ll be warm and cute!

Thrifty Threads: Must Have Winter Accessories

Posted On Thursday, January 29th, 2015
Filed Under: Deals & Steals, Style Guide, Thrift Stores

It’s cold in New York. Let me add it’s cold and there’s snow on the ground. Though we dodged a blizzard this week, it’s still pretty frigid out. A few weeks ago I told you about the importance of a statement winter coat and it’s the only garment you need to buy this season.

Well, I’ll add winter accessories to the list as well. These are the add-ons that will keep you warm and chic! Oh, and since my Thrifty Threads 365 challenge is over, I finally went shopping and bought my first brand new item in a year!

Fab Under $50: Winter Accessories

Posted On Friday, December 10th, 2010
Filed Under: Fab Under $50, Looking FLY on a Dime

Winter doesn’t officially start until December 21, but the frigid temps have already moved in {29 degrees in NYC, brrr}. Luckily, there’s no shortage of fly accessories to keep you nice and toasty. From cozy cable knit scarves to fur trapper hats to chic leather gloves, there’s something to accompany your outerwear. I really love the super cute convertible mittens that make tying on your BlackBerry or iPhone a cinch!

Whether you want to bundle up like a snow bunny or keep a sleek look, check out the winter accessories below, all under $50. Buy items separately to mix and match or opt for a hat and scarf set.