Accessories Report

It may be cold, but the sky is still blue and the sun is still bright. Channeling the warmth of seasons past is a great way to put together looks that make you forget we’re nearing the long cold days of winter. Finding pieces that translate well across the four seasons is the first step to making this fantasy a reality.

I spotted a Fashionista who channeled her inner summer goddess despite the cooling temperatures. She wore her sunglass proudly despite the snow and ice covering the ground. Sunglasses, though typically worn in warm weather and to the beach, are a great way to draw attention to your face. Sunglasses come in a number of shapes and sizes. It’s best to try on different pairs until you find the perfect pair for you and the shape of your face.

Scarves, though not worn to the beach like sunglasses, are a major winter fashion staple. They provide warmth and, most importantly, are a great fashion accessory. A thick knit scarf like the one this Fashionista is wearing is a great piece to own when the temperature outside begins to drop. For a daring look, try wearing a scarf in a bright warm color that reminds you of spring or summer.

Leather boots should be required to be in everyone’s closet. Finding a great pair is hard, so when you do, make sure to never to let them go. Pick the shade of brown that you like most and you’re ready to go. This Fashionista is the perfect example of how easy and convenient a great pair of brown leather boots can be. They will last you all winter long and keep your feet nice and toasty.

Winter may be cold, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Try something new and see where it takes you.

Spotted: The models of the Céline fall 2013 ready-to-wear collection can be seen rocking leather boots up and down the runway. Their boots were made for walking and so are yours!


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