Essential Winter Accessories for the Fashionable Woman

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Essential Winter Accessories for the Fashionable Woman

Winter wear is often associated with bulky puffer coats, thick jackets, and an unreasonably uncomfortable time mixing and matching clothes while trying to stay as warm as possible. Good thing there are accessories. Stylist Remi Landau explains that an accessory can sometimes be the key to making your winter attire work or can at least save you from your choices. If you have a hard time picking essential winter accessories that are comfortable to wear and fashionable, here are a few items to help you out.

 Stripped scarf:  No matter how thin or chunky the rest of your attire may look, you can always balance it out with a long, striped scarf.  Always trendy and exceptionally comfortable during the winter season, this accessory keeps you warm and blends with your existing attire effortlessly.

Boots:  Even for the chicest chick, boots are awesome to wear. Donning a pair gives you that edgy look that can contrast the rest of what you’re wearing or match it completely.  Boots are rugged, built for the winter, and allow you to stride with all the safety in the world.

Umbrella:  If you’re the type who always carries an umbrella wherever you go, know that umbrellas can be stylish as well.  Not all compact umbrellas are fashionable, and not all fashionable compact umbrellas look good. Remi Landau notes that it’s better to spend a bit more on something classy looking like a compact umbrella with a wooden handle and neutral colors.

A recent recipient of a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Syracuse University, Remi Landau most recently worked for Bergdorf Goodman as an assistant for a personal stylist, where she managed digital marketing and research functions as well as the selection of luxury brand clothing for a wide range of clients. While in school, Remi Landau held internships with Epix, Weitz & Luxenberg, and Harper’s Bazaar. For more fashion reads, visit this page.