The Steele Maiden: Cozy Winter Textures

Once it drops below 30 degrees I basically only want to wear things that have a fuzzy texture. And once it drops below 10 degrees I could pretty much be mistaken for a bear. These cozy winter textures (shearling, thick knits and felted wool) are all perfect for when you don’t want to get out from under your covers but have to – because you know, work and stuff.

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These past few days I’ve admittedly been hiding inside of my giant puffer coat – but on days when it’s a bit less frigid this wool striped coat is actually decently warm. Same goes for these shearling-lined booties. And these earmuffs are my absolute favorite thing (a souvenir from our visit to the sheep-filled English countryside – but I linked a nearly identical pair), so delightfully oversized that they just make everything feel more fun. Plus they don’t have that horrible static/flattening effect on my hair that knit hats tend to do. Win, win.

Wool Striped Coat c/o Amazon Fashion | Sweater | Talbots Grey Jeans c/o | Seychelles Shearling Booties c/o | Shearling Earmuffs – similar | Radley London Backpack c/o

The Steele Maiden: Cozy Winter Textures The Steele Maiden: Cozy Winter Textures The Steele Maiden: Cozy Winter Textures The Steele Maiden: Cozy Winter Textures The Steele Maiden: Cozy Winter Textures

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