Winter is officially here and what better way to celebrate this change of season and perhaps forget about what’s going on with the world right now then to dig into your pockets and buy some staple pieces for your wardrobe? We’ve selected some of the coolest and freshest styles that we think would be worth your buck. While some of these items are pricier than others, here we have options for everyone.
Loewe upcycled cargo trousers
These Loewe trousers are made out of old cotton tents, which make them the perfect pair of pants to have this winter. Not only are they upcycled (and worth every penny), the comfort level they provide is unparalleled. Also, yes, cargo pants are back, and you better hop on that trend.
Buy it from Loewe for $850
Uniqlo U Heatteach cotton crewneck long-sleeve T-shirt
I don’t think I would have survived a single New York winter without Uniqlo. Their Heattech collection serves not only warmth, but also elegant style and impeccable finish. Now the Heattech warmth you know and are obsessed with comes in a Christophe Lemaire designed silhouette, and at this price, what’s not to love?
Buy it from Uniqlo for $24.90
Brownstone suede trucker jacket
This dreamy suede trucker jacket is everything you need this winter. It’s effortlessly cool, chic, and warm, and though it boasts a high price tag, it is well worth the investment.
Buy it from Brownstone for $685
Buck Mason “Wilson” suede cotton turtleneck
Buck Mason’s suede cotton turtleneck is a classic that is cut for function and full comfort and brushed for warmth. This is an essential winter buy if you’re interested in looking fly.
Buy it from Buck Mason for $55
Exquisite J plaid socks
For $32, you can get these mid-calf plaid socks that are extremely comfortable and elasticized for a perfect fit.
Buy it from No. 6 Store for $32
Paa polar fleece beret
Honestly, nothing says elegant like a beret. And though it may come across as hoity-toity, this fleece lined beret will keep your head warm without looking clunky or weird.
Buy it from Paa for $95
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