Because it may only get colder before it gets warmer, here are my favorite winter accessories

Be a little less Brrrrrrr and a little more Ahhhhhh in the Chunky Melange Triangle ($88).

The last few winters have started off so warm in New York City that the cold turn they usually take usually takes me by surprise. Left under-cold-weather-accessorized, January usually becomes a desperate search to find the right pieces.

Not this year though. This year, Rebecca Minkoff has made my winter accessorizing easy. Pieces like the Chunky Melange Triangle ($88) work as a scarf on the way into work and then a shawl if needed at my desk. It also comes in a dark blue (on sale right now!) and even has a coordinating hat!

Inside, the most amazing gloves I’ve ever seen and more cute cold weather stuff from Rebecca Minkoff…

The Hand-Knit Cable Glove ($58) has tech fingers! And comes in lots of cute colors.

Survive the rest of the cold looking extra cute thanks to these pieces…
1 | The Hand-Knit Cable Glove ($58, above) is so warm on! They are bulky though, so you’ll probably need to wear them over your coat cuffs rather than under.
2 | The gloves go perfectly with the Hand Knit Cable Neck Warmer ($88) which comes in 4 colors, but each has their own product page for some reason: cream, pink, grey and black.
3 | I love the cute little hearts on the Always On Heartstitch Headphone Beanie (now $46).
4 | Another multi-hued option is the Garter Stitch Glove (now $39-$58), a long glove that keeps much of your arm warm! It comes in grey, black, cream, navy, pink and red.
5 | If the triangle scarf topping this post doesn’t seem big enough for extra-cold days, there’s the very similar Chunky Melange Blanket Scarf ($78) to try instead!

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