9 Cozy Pieces You’ll Wear All Season Long
Sundresses and tank tops have their place, but nobody can deny the rich satisfaction of bundling up in a chic and cozy sweater, an oversized cardigan, or faux-fur lined boots. These nine winter-approved garments and accessories will complement your existing wardrobe and, best of all, will help keep you cozy and chic all season long.
We argue that the easiest cozy outfit in the world consists of three pieces: your favorite pair of jeans, a bootie or flat, and a chunky pullover sweater. Madewell’s bestselling Bobble Pullover, which comes in a pale blush pink and creamy ivory, makes for a perfectly neutral, cozy option. The crew neckline keeps it casual while bubble sleeves with tiny pom-poms add a bit of flair.
To buy: $98; madewell.com.
Scarves come in handy on those extra frigid or blustery days, so make sure you’ve got one you trust to wear throughout the cold season. This one is thick enough to keep you pleasantly toasty without being so bulky (you know the type) that it weighs you down. The tassels on either end will also create some texture over any coat.
To buy: $32; jcpenney.com.
Why stop at the waistline when you could have a turtleneck that hits right around the knee? Yep, turtleneck dresses are a thing and they’ll keep you both warm and chic through fall and winter. Mango’s version is constructed from a ribbed-knit fabric that hugs your curves. Dress it down with a jean jacket, tights, and boots, or dress it up with glittering accessories and a heel.
To buy: $60; mango.com.
A great pair of boots is a must-own once the temperature drops, but a boot that's both comfortable and waterproof makes for a real game changer. This boot takes on the wettest of days and the slushiest of sidewalks and keeps your toes warm via insulated lining. Bonus: it comes in seven different color options.
To buy: $152; nordstrom.com.
Leave it to Coach to deliver the chicest tech gloves on the market. The touch-sensitive technology applied to the fingertips means you can swipe left, right, up, and down without having to bear the frosty air. The glove itself, which is available in four neutral colors, is crafted from fine, smooth leather, lined with soft merino wool, and features the brand's signature hardware.
To buy: $95; coach.com.
You know what's nice about a garment that fits head to toe? You don't have to think much about pairing items together because the work's already been done for you. This jumpsuit provides that very convenience, and the velvet finish makes for an extra nice buy for chilly weather. It's available in two colors, a silver-navy and cheery red, and can easily be dressed up for, say, a holiday soiree, or down for a casual weekend away.
To buy: $170; anthropologie.com.
Treat yourself this winter with this luxurious, indubitably chic front wrap coat designed by Ted Baker. The star of the show is clearly the wide collar that’s been wrapped in lifelike faux fur, which is complemented beautifully by the camel-colored wool that’s cut just at the knee. It comes with a matching self-tie belt and is accented with gilded hardware.
To buy: $629; tedbaker.com.
Let’s be real. The second cold weather hits and the heater cranks on, it can be a messy battle between you and the vent. When in doubt, rely on layers. This cardigan can be easily thrown on or taken off, and its free-flowing silhouette and midi cut makes it feel extra cozy and wearable. It’s available in green, cream, or black, but it’s so good you might just want to collect them all.
To buy: $60; mango.com.
It’s one thing to keep cozy at work, events, and while running errands, but let’s not forget the importance of feeling warm and snug at home during your off hours. A pair of high-pile, fleece-lined moccasins will definitely help facilitate lounging, at least as far as your toes are concerned. The faux fur pom affixed on top keeps it chic and the robust rubble sole means no slipping.
To buy: $75; nordstrom.com.