Cold Weather Accessories

The perfect way to stay chic and warm this winter is to accessorize with beautiful hats, scarves, and gloves. Before you go online to make a purchase, check out some wonderful accessories at your local independent stores. What better way to keep your shopping neighborhoods vibrant while also looking gorgeous in your winter attire. Shop small and support local this season (and every day)! Check out where you can find some great items at these local Boston shops.

LIT Boutique

223, 236 Newbury Street Boston, MA

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Tech gloves ($16) to text and call without getting your fingers cold.

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Mittens to fingerless gloves with fleece lining ($33)

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Long sleeve fingerless gloves ($24)

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Bow beanies ($30)

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Sparkle beanies ($36 – $39)

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Indoor knit ugg-style boots are only $18

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Beautiful print scarves (price varies)

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Core de Vie

40 Charles Street, Boston, MA

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Smart phone touchable gloves ($32)

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Flower head warmers ($25.50) and Flower fingerless gloves ($33)

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Wish

49 Charles Street, Boston, MA

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Knit rabbit earmuff ($54)

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Classic knit rabbit loop ($92) and mittens (price varies from $50 ~ $150)

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Zinnia

1300 Massachusets Ave, Cambridge, MA

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Fingerless faux fur gloves ($29)

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Alpaca and acrylic scarf ($34.99)

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MDF

19 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA

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Striped scarf ($140)

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Scarf made in England ($130)

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Green, white, and blue print scarf ($190)

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Genuine leather bag made in Italy ($575)

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