A Guide to Hibernating: 20 Necessities for The Colder Season

necessities for hibernating


I heard it snowed on the East Coast today! I am a bit jealous. Once the cold weather starts, I love any excuse to curl up in the house with a classic movie or book and hide from the world for a day. It just feels natural this time of year. Whether you need a week away, or a just  want to make your house a little more inviting for the winter, you might enjoy some of these cozy products. Curl up in some warm rose-strewn pajamas with a cup of tea, or make yourself some hot chocolate and wrap up in an alpaca cardigan. More ideas, below!

  • Heathered Sweat Pants 1 of 20
    Heathered Sweat Pants
    These sweats are so cute you could almost wear them outside. I love how they are a little more fitted than most sweat pants.
    £75 at Aubin & Wills.
  • Fair Isle Hot Water Bottle Cover 2 of 20
    Fair Isle Hot Water Bottle Cover
    Keep toasty on cold winter nights with this adorable 100% wool hot water bottle cover.
    £28 at Cath Kidston.
  • Candy Cane Leggings 3 of 20
    Candy Cane Leggings
    These cotton, stretchy leggings are perfect for Christmas morning or anytime throughout the cold season.
    $50 at Lands End Canvas.
  • Polka Dot Pajama Bottoms 4 of 20
    Polka Dot Pajama Bottoms
    Stay comfy and warm in these adorable dotted, flannel pajama bottoms.
    $50 at J.Crew.
  • Flannel Gingham Boxers 5 of 20
    Flannel Gingham Boxers
    Perfect for a day at home watching movies, these gingham boxers are made of flannel and are loose fitting.
    $30 at J.Crew.
  • Bunny Slippers 6 of 20
    Bunny Slippers
    How adorable are these sweet bunny slippers?!! Made in Peru.
    $95 at Alder & Co
  • Dotted Throw 7 of 20
    Dotted Throw
    Stay cozy watching movies are reading, with this sweet little dotted throw made from canvas and mohair.
    $295 at Utility Canvas
  • Alpaca Cardigan 8 of 20
    Alpaca Cardigan
    Keep toasty during the cold winter months with this heavy duty alpaca cardigan from Toast.
    £175 at Toast
  • Tea Pot 9 of 20
    Tea Pot
    Add a dash of color to dreary winter months with this bright red tea pot.
    $30 at Poketo
  • Harvest Tea 10 of 20
    Harvest Tea
    Stay warm by drinking tea. It doesn't hurt that the packaging for this one is totally adorable!
    $20 at Darling Clementine
  • Helsinki Hat 11 of 20
    Helsinki Hat
    Keep busy by knitting up this adorable hat. Buy as a kit!
    €53 at Wool & The Gang
  • Fair Isle Socks 12 of 20
    Fair Isle Socks
    These fair isle socks are made of cotton and festive as can be.
    $16.50 at J.Crew
  • Mariebelle Hot Chocolate 13 of 20
    Mariebelle Hot Chocolate
    This is my favorite hot chocolate and since it has such beautiful packaging, it makes a nice gift too!
    $14 at Watson Kennedy
  • Pom Pom Hat 14 of 20
    Pom Pom Hat
    Made in Peru, this alpaca wool hat features an adorable pom pom on the top.
    $69 at Madewell
  • Lantern 15 of 20
    Up the coziness factor a few notches by filling your porch with lighted lanterns.
    $42 at Old Faithful
  • Cedar Candle 16 of 20
    Cedar Candle
    Scent your home for the holidays with this vegetable wax cedar candle.
    $52 at Old Faithful
  • Heathered Socks 17 of 20
    Heathered Socks
    These cotton socks will keep your toes nice and warm!
    $12 at Madewell
  • Navy Cardi 18 of 20
    Navy Cardi
    Curl up in this wool cardi!
    $415 at La Garconne
  • Tweed Cardi 19 of 20
    Tweed Cardi
    Stay warm and cozy in this alpaca, tweed cardigan.
    $450 at La Garconne
  • Rose Garden Pajamas 20 of 20
    Rose Garden Pajamas
    Keep the dream of summertime alive with these rose-stewn PJ's.
    £50.00 at Cath Kidston

Top photo: Madewell, Poketo, Lands’ End Canvas. All other photos from respective sources.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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