Oh hi, we didn’t see you there. We were too busy totally obsessing over the polar vortex that’s seemingly taken over much of the Midwest and Northeast this week. It’s freezing, or quite near to in much of the U.S. at the moment, and you’re not even safe inside. Which is why we thought it was high time we found some cozy clothing you’d want to wear indoors.
These pieces are the perfect antidote to the arctic chill, or the coworker who somehow likes to work with the window open, despite the fact the temperature’s in the single digits. Is your office temperature completely out of your control and off-the-charts-freezing? Are you sitting at your computer shivering in your seat, trying to type despite freezing fingers? Then this winter accessories and clothing guide also applies to you.
Because really, when it’s 5 degrees out you can never be too bundled up.
Knitted Turban Hat, $18.15; at Asos
Anna Kula cable knit cap, $158; at Barneys
Bop Basics Slouchy Knit Cap, $62; at Shopbop
Eugenia Kim Wool Head Wrap, $70; at Amazon.com
Hat Attack Everyday Loop Infinity Scarf, $58; at Neiman Marcus
Paula Bianco Chunky Infinity Scarf in Charcoal, $62; at Simply Soles
BCBGeneration Girly Girl Knit Scarf, $28.50; at Nordstrom
Fingerless Leather Gloves, $98; at Forzieri
Etta Fingerless Gloves, $58; at Marc Jacobs
Cashmere Cabled Glvoes, $37.49; at Ralph Lauren
SmartWool Lifestyle Casual Sock, $12.50; at Sierra Trading Post
Women's Heattech Socks; $12.90; at Uniqlo
Linen Wool Mix Short Sock, $24; at Steven Alan
Hansel from Basel Wool Rib Tights, $36; at La Garconne
Wolford Merino Wool Legwarmers, $82; at Zappos
Acne Sapata chunky knit sweater; $134.75; at The Outnet
Pinko Chunky Knit Sweater, $165.74; at Farfetch
Rag & Bone Cara Sweater, $276; at Matches Fashion
Plush fleece-lined leggings, $80; at Shopbop
Marni Black Wool Trousers, $276; at Ssense
Cool Wool Trousers, $49.99; at Zara