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1.07.2011

Cold Weather Accessories for Men

Friday is for the Fellas.

It's appropriate that we review the season's warmers: hats, scarves, gloves and thermals. Especially when they're on SALE!

HATS: We all know that heat escapes from the top of your head. Cover your noggin with stylish skullies in cashmere (warmest EVER) and wool ribbed or cable knits. A good circular knit pattern that hugs your head is best/John W. Nordstrom Ribbed Cashmere Cap reg. $55/$35.90 at http://www.nordstrom.com/.

SCARVES: Your scarf is the closet thing to your skin aside from your collar. Cashmere or merino wool are soft and warm so you don't have to worry about fidgeting with scratchy fabrics. S.N.S. Herning Cable Knit Scarf reg. $145/$69 at Barneys.

GLOVES: Our high-tech society has no time to waste with on-the-go communication devices. Keep your digits warm with fold-down fingers...let's you stay in touch. Saks Fifth Avenue Men's Collection Hat & Texting Striped Glove Set reg. $98/$49.00.

THERMALS: You're used to piling layers on top. Skiing, snow tubing or other outdoor activities call for all over warmth. Long underwear, whether cotton, wool or silk, is essential for retaining heat. Merino wool Wicked Warm Underwear at LLBean.com
reg. $54.40/$38.99.

On the hunt for a boutique bargain, visit Eredi Pisano in Midtown/NYC. A bit pricey but I was impressed with the wares and top notch service.

(Picture credits: neimanmarcus.com/saks.com/barneys.com/nordstrom.com.)

3 comments:

  1. I'm looking for a good scarf so thanks for the info

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  2. Greatpost! It’s something I have never thought about, really, but it makes a whole lot of sense. Thanks for sharing information about Cold Weather Accessories for Men.

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  3. Thank you for your input. Look out for fall collections for men!

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