You've found an awesome Winter coat, now it's time to move on to those all-important accessories: the hat and mittens. We've found 10 cute sets just for girls who want to stay warm and look stylish. From bunny ears and sweet hearts to glam rhinestones and folksy Fair Isle, we've found something for every kind of little lady. Keep clicking to find your favorite.
When the temperature drops, the first thing mom wants to cover is her lil one's fingers — but keeping them on is a completely different story. Handmade mittens may be just the solution to keeping them on. Handmade mittens are wonderfully unique, making them one-of-a kind gifts that are perfect for tots. Soft mittens are durable and fun, allowing your kids to enjoy hours of outdoor play during the cooler months. From fingerless wrist warmers to pairs shaped like cute animals, this collection of handmade mittens is so adorable.
Sienna Miller may be bundled up in black, but all she needs to make a statement are those sweet, stripey gloves. Just proof that while Winter warmers — like scarves, gloves, and hats — are small accessories, their style value is major. Choose something printed, brightly hued ($33, originally $73), or sparkly ($8). Sienna inspires, and we've got the Fab-approved picks ready to shop, just click the items above to get the look!
If you're trying to achieve a youthful vibe while maintaining an air of chic, behold these mittens from Kate Spade's Holiday 2010 collection. Besides being quirky and adorable, they bring me back to the days when all I had to worry about was finishing homework and catching the bus on time. But really, what better way to hail a cab, initiate a high five, or start a snowball fight than with these little gems? I can't wait to wear the Taxi Mittens ($65) on those days when my teeth are chattering — and I've missed the bus.
As the temperature drops, we suggest you protect your digits with the latest melange of gloves and mittens. Our 13 favorites — ranging from a pair of Coach furry mittens to sleek pleated leather gloves from 3.1 Phillip Lim — has you covered for every wintry occasion.
Clockwise: Brooks Brothers Purple Ruffle Gloves ($148), The North Circular Diamond Fingerless Gloves ($75), Coach Rabbit Mittens ($298), Lanvin Leather Gloves ($1,075), Anthropologie Shearling Fingerless Gloves ($118), Missoni Cashmere Gloves ($207), Paul Smith Metallic Mittens ($132), Mudd Slub Knit Mittens ($14, originally $24), 3.1 Phillip Lim Vera Pleated Gloves ($250), Diane von Furstenberg Victoria Glove ($185), Topshop Suede Bow Gloves ($32), Steven Alan Drivers Glove ($135), Model wears BCBG Generation Fingerless Mittens ($15)
Valentine's Day is fast approaching. Do you have a gift for your lovah? Here's something unique — it's not a mitten, it's a Smitten ($16), made by Etsy user lovedriven. Confused? Check out this drawing. It's a glove that love birds can wear while holding hands. You know, so they're not forced to stop holding hands to be warm. It's definitely a novel idea, but is it freaky or fabulous?
A blizzard of winter white has blown through, hitting Kate Hudson, Eva Longoria, and Kate Moss along the way. It looks like it's affected you Fab girls too: your Fab Finds this week are definitely bleached with hospital-worthy shades of white!
The Fab Finder of the week is mellie_608, who found these hot white jeans. Every week the Fab Finder I announce Monday morning will receive either a TeamSugar or FabSugar baby tee shirt. I thoroughly enjoy perusing your Fab Finds every week, so dare to be a Fab Finding trendsetter and you just might win a Sugar tee!
- Earnest Sewn white stretch 'Harlan' skinny jeans, found by mellie_608.
- J. Crew Sherpa-lined Goosedown Puffer Jacket, found by daddio49.
- Miu Miu Oversized Matelasse Tote, found by Ashley2007.
- Boulee Jen Long Sleeve Blouse, found by pinkdragonfly.
- A Common Thread Button Top, found by kerish.
- Eddie Bauer Down Mittens, found by Country Betty.
- Moschino Cheap & Chic Double-breasted wool coat, found by pinkdragonfly.
- Temperley London Crochet-Trim Dress, found by mstinalin.
After a day of playing out in the snow, you're bound to come in soggy from the snow. And no one wants to slip on wet boots or gloves the next day.
The solution? The Winter Gear Dryer from Frontgate.
Use it to dry your boots, hats, mittens, gloves, socks, or helmet. It even includes boot extensions for knee-high boots. Now your gear will be dry and ready for you to use the next day. Not to mention that getting rid of the moisture will keep your boots from smelling.
You can even use it to warm up your gear. How nice would it be to slip on a pair of toasty warm boots and mittens before heading out into the bitter cold?
If you live in a place where it rains or snows in the winter, $94.50 seems like a small price to pay.