Gift Guide: Let’s get cozy.

Here in Cincinnati, we've had two (that's right TWO) Snow Days this week. These are the times when I truly savor being a teacher & still getting to enjoy the finer things that come along with being a kid. There is nothing quite like the giddy feeling of waking up to a blanket of snow & a voicemail telling you to stay snug in bed. Now, since I'm feeling all cozy & watching the snow fall, I figured it was the perfect day to round up some warm & cozy gift ideas for that someone special. Enjoy & stay warm this holiday!

These beautiful beige fingerless gloves ($35) from Homelab are so darling--especially with that wrist strap & button.  I love unnecessary, decorative buttons!

This sweet print ($20) by the lovely Elisabeth over at Poppy and Pinecone makes me want to whip out my over-sized headphones, bundle up, & go explore in the snow!


I've been wanting a pair of Frye boots for a while. I just wish they weren't so dang expensive (the ones pictured above are $318). For those of you that have them, do you feel that they were a smart purchase?

I love this knitted leaf barrette (only $6!) made by Amanda Lee at I Love Life I Love You. What a perfect little gift to use as a stocking stuffer!

If I bought these snuggly red owl sweater lace-up booties ($34) from Urban Outfitters, they would never leave my feet when I got home.


This ruffly scarf ($38) from Anthropologie would be a great way to accessorize my winter attire.

What winter accessories are you lusting over this winter?

6 thoughts on “Gift Guide: Let’s get cozy.

  1. Lillian Davenport

    Ooh, those are all very cute. My favorite are the boots and the booties! I could really use them, seeing as how my apartment is colder than a witch’s you-know-what these days. Great taste you have!

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  3. sarah

    Hello my darling!
    Just wanted to encourage you to buy your dream Frye boots. I bought mine recently and they are the most amazing purchase I have ever made. I’m pretty sure the cost per wear has already paid for itself. Buy them! I found them new on ebay for like $100 less.
    x

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