After a year full of travel I’ve been kind of looking forward to just hanging out at home this winter. However, the other day my husband suggested that we rent a cabin in northern Arizona for a few days in January when it’s good and snowy and I am really getting into the idea. I don’t handle cold all that well but I realize that’s probably a wardrobe issue. When you’ve got the right clothing you can handle just about any temperature nature throws at you! Take a look at these hats, boots, scarves, jackets and vests that would all be perfect for a weekend away in a cozy cabin in the great outdoors with your loved ones.
Let’s Head Out- in Plaid! 1 of 25
Plaid is a must if you're heading into the woods! Or to the Christmas tree lot. Either way, if you don't feel at least slightly like a lumberjack then you're doing it wrong.
Forever 21 Faux Shearling Combo Vest 2 of 25
I am a HUGE believer in the power of vests. They're perfect for keeping your core warm and they are so dang cute. This is an awesome steal from the guy's side of the store!
Forever 21, $34.80
Forever 21 Faux Shearling Denim Vest 3 of 25
Would be perfect layered over plaid.
Forever 21, $37.80
Land’s End Down Vest 4 of 25
A puffer vest is THE perfect layering item. Plus it's totally chic for a trip into the woods.
Lands End, $49
Vero Moda Quilted Gilet Jacket 5 of 25
Add suede shoulders to an already chic quilted vest and you've got a total winner.
BB Dakota Buffalo Plaid Coat 6 of 25
I desperately want to wear this while out chopping down our Christmas tree.
Shop Bop, $118
Forever 21 Warm Faux Shearling Bomber Jacket 7 of 25
I am head over heels for this taupe color combined with the shearling.
Forever 21, $49.80
Plenty by Tracy Reese Off to Anchorage Coat 8 of 25
A quirky and fun coat to keep your warm in the woods or city streets!
Mod Cloth, $387.99
Namless Faux Shearling Jacket 9 of 25
This jacket was meant to be paired with worn-in jeans and snow boots.
Shop Bop, $52
Pendleton Blue Mountain Cardigan 10 of 25
I'd love to add this gorgeous cardigan to my winter wardrobe! You can't beat a Pendleton print.
Gap Cable Knit Pullover 11 of 25
Cable knit is the quintessential winter sweater and looks great with just about anything!
Gap, $41.21 (on sale)
Old Navy Honeycomb Sweater 12 of 25
Hunter green plus fabulous texture at a super affordable price.
Old Navy, $29.95
AE Fireside Marled Sweater 13 of 25
Perfect for adding texture AND warmth to your outfit.
American Eagle, $49.95
Target Nancy Snow Boots 14 of 25
Perfectly neutral snow boots to keep your tooties toasty. Plus they're super affordable!
Target Neida Snow Boots 15 of 25
A bold red color adds a little extra style to these snow boots.
Muk Luks Gwen X Fair Isle Snow Boots 16 of 25
The fair isle print on these snow boots is super cozy and totally on trend.
Nine West Gayne Snow Boot 17 of 25
A little wedge plus fuzzy fur trim!
Ralph Lauren Rustic Faux Fur Scarf 18 of 25
Soft wool scarf complete with faux fur trim to keep your neck extra toasty.
Ralph Lauren, $19.99 (on sale)
DIY Buffalo Plaid Scarf 19 of 25
If you're on a budget then this super easy DIY version that comes in under $5 is perfect!
Find the tutorial at Everyday Reading
ASOS Rib Knit Snood 20 of 25
I love this oversized snood! Super cozy and it pairs well with plaid.
Lord and Taylor Plaid Tartan Scarf 21 of 25
A winter classic.
Lord and Taylor, $29 (on sale)
Free People Beanie 22 of 25
Perfectly slouchy with a big ol' pom pom.
Free People, $48
Pendleton Tassel Knit Cap 23 of 25
Keep your ears super warm in this classic sherpa hat.
Express Faux Fur Trapper 24 of 25
When you're dealing with SERIOUS cold then you need to get your hands on a trapper hat. They're the best at retaining heat and they keep your ears protected.
Express, $48.93 (on sale)
Land’s End Fair Isle Beanie 25 of 25
A basic beanie in a not-so-basic fair isle print.
Land's End, $17.99 (on sale)