Everything You Need for the Coziest Winter Imaginable
As the temps drop, so does our motivation to hit the town—why not go for a comfy night inside instead? From warm and fuzzy clothes to pampering bath soaks and blankets, we rounded up everything you need for a cozy winter.
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A Wardrobe Update
If you must venture outdoors, you better be prepared with the proper clothes. We’re all about a fluffy teddy coat or a warm puffer, paired over sweaters and cardigans galore. Turtlenecks are always a winter staple, and an elevated pair of sweatpants for running errands is awfully enticing on the coldest days.
Don’t forget accessories! Mittens, hats, and scarves will keep you nice and toasty. Go for pieces with playful touches—see the funky prints and pearl details below—to add some excitement in times of blah weather.
If you don’t have anywhere to be, pop on some puppy-printed PJs, a fuzzy robe, and the softest slippers you can find for a day of lounging.
And if you give a woman some cozy PJs, she’s going to ask for something to drink… see our picks for tea, wine, and hot cocoa, depending on the occasion.
Ah, spa day. Light this fir and firewood candle before indulging in an herbal bath and nourishing sheet mask.
To complete your cozy winter, you’ll need just a few more things: a blanket to snuggle up with; an electric s’mores maker (marshmallows and chocolate = a bona fide winter cure); a cookbook, in case you want to whip up some hearty dishes; a board game for some old-fashioned fun; a good read (Olive, Again has gotten rave reviews); and fuzzy socks—because why not?
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