Best Winter Woollies: Beanies, Gloves, and Scarves

Woah, it’s officially November! With temperatures steadily dropping, it’s time to start thinking about wrapping up when you head out. Whether it’s the commute, school run or exciting evening activities such as Bonfire Night, the easiest way to update your look is with stylish woolly winter accessories. We’ve rounded up the best hats, gloves, and scarves to keep you cosy AND looking good.

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Beanie Baby

One of the simplest ways to stay warm this winter is with a cosy woolly beanie hat. Whether you choose to go for classic monochrome or a fun and funky highlighter bright, there’s a style for every taste. Cashmere styles may cost more but they’re an investment you’ll be grateful for when your forehead isn’t sweating. The good news is that cashmere doesn’t have to be expensive – high street favourites such as H&M have cashmere blends and Marks & Spencer cashmere is the secret of many fashion insiders. The biggest beanie trend? Logo tab styles – first seen at Ganni and Acne Studios, you’ll have seen both styles on your favourite influencers but don’t worry, there’s plenty of high street homages!

Turn up beanies are having a moment. Look for logo styles or bright colours

On model: Pink turn up hat, £14.99, Zara

Top row, left to right: Navy beanie, £25, The North Face at ASOS; Yellow beanie, £5, Collusion at ASOS; Lilac recycled wool beanie, £75, Ganni

Bottom row, left to right: White logo face beanie, £140, Acne Studios at NAP; Pale pink beanie, £6.99, H&M; Orange beanie, £6.99, H&M

Glove Love

There’s nothing worse than chilly fingers and while gloves might mean you need to keep your wits about you to keep a full set, warm hands are worth it. From grown-up leather and fine wool gloves to kid-like mittens, smart phone-friendly and cool fingerless styles, your hands will thank you. If you’re going for a coat or jacket with cropped sleeves, look for elbow-length styles – Zara’s long leather gloves come in three different colours including an eye catching bright green!

From elbow length gloves to mittens and wrist warmers, keep your hands warm this winter

On model: leather driving gloves, £19.99, H&M

Top row, left to right: Elbow-length green leather, £49.99, Zara; Striped cashmere mittens, £108, Extreme Cashmere at Matches Fashion; Yellow button detail gloves, £14, Accessorize

Bottom row, left to right: Grey cable knit wrist warmers, £59, Johnstons of Elgin at NAP; Purple suede gloves, £35, Dents; Cashmere wrist warmers, £19.99, H&M

Scarf Saviours

Snuggle down in a scarf this autumn – look for blanket scarf styles or those with extra length for that full wrap-around experience to keep you super toasty while you’re out and about. The great thing about scarves? They can also double as a face mask these days, which means one less item to throw in your bag to stay safe – but make sure to wash them regularly as bacteria can build up as you breathe into them.

Fun prints and brightly coloured scarves are a great way to add interest to your winter outfit

On model: Yellow and monochrome slab stitch scarf, £18, Topshop

Top row, left to right: Leopard print cashmere scarf, £69, M&S; Pastel colour block scarf, £275, Loewe at NAP; Green tartan scarf, £16, River Island.

Bottom row, left to right: Monochrome check scarf, £150, Acne Studios at Liberty; Hot pink cashmere scarf, £69, M&S; Rainbow chevron scarf, £20, Accessorize

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