10 Winter Accessories to Stay Warm in Sub-Zero Temps

Yes, it's definitely getting colder out there. And while nothing can beat your embrace for warmth, these winter accoutrements will definitely help her stay comfortable while you're not around.

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Yooko Nantucket Cowl Neck Scarf in Pink

Colder temperatures, if anything, signify the start of the cozy season. And perhaps there's no better way to get entrenched into the veritable Arctic than with a chunky-knit infinity scarf in the most versatile shade of millennial pink—you know, the new neutral. ($60; bando.com)

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Eugenia Kim Poe 'Rebel' Beanie Hat

If your lady or lady friends don't like to play by the rules, this 100 percent cashmere beanie couldn't be a more perfect present. It's soft on the inside but shows who's boss on the outside—just like your favorite lady in your life. ($225; shopbop.com)

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Long scarf with fringe on the ends in sky blue photo

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Free People Kolby Brushed Scarf in Sky

This oversize, fringe scarf is not only trendy, but it can also serve a second purpose to make it timeless—that of a travel blanket. With an impressive 80-inch length, she'll be able to wrap you both up in it the next time you're on a plane or just singing the words to "Baby It's Cold Outside." ($48; nordstrom.com)

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Carolina Amato Knit & Leather Texting Gloves

Even the most digitally detoxed woman can admit to whipping out her cell phone in frigid temperatures. These knit-and-leather gloves give 'em the best of both worlds—not only is the long design chic, but the touchpads also work arguably just as well, if not better, than your fingers normally do when swiping on your iPhone. ($160; shopbop.com)

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Adrienne Landau Rex Faux-Fur Hood with Fur Trim

You've heard a million times the rumor that 90 percent of your body heat leaves through your head. Whether that's true or not doesn't matter; everyone wants warmth regardless. Now, pass that same wisdom on by gifting your favorites with this fur hood that can be worn with a variety of jackets and in a slew of different weather scenarios. Fancy? Yes. Functional? Absolutely. ($295; shopbop.com)

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Kate Spade New York 'Taxi' Mittens in Dandelion

Whether you're going to visit New York for the holiday season or never plan on making a trip to the Big Apple, these cheery mittens work for every woman. Sartorially speaking, they're the color for 2018, and besides, they'll help you notice her in a pack of otherwise black down coats in the dead of winter. ($48; lordandtaylor.com)

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Hat Attack Micro Fur Arm Warmers in Charcoal

If she's the type to complain about how cold it gets in the office (which we're pretty sure every person has done at some point in their own relative workspaces), gift her arm warmers, which are exactly what they sound like. These ones are also totally fingerless, meaning she can type freely while her hands warm up. Bonus points if you include a set of hand warmers, too. ($50; zappos.com)

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Navy blue cashmere neckerchief photo

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White + Warren Cashmere Shine Neckerchief

The cashmere kings have somehow reinvented the cashmere scarf yet again—this time in the form of a super-elegant neckerchief. Woven throughout with metallic thread and available in four colorways, it's a quick way to stay warm on the fly without feeling bulky or weighted down. ($120; whiteandwarren.com)

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Jocelyn Knit Hat with Fox Pom in Gray Animal Black

This winter hat strikes the perfect balance between chill and chic thanks to a traditional wool base and a furry pom on top, giving it a fun and fashionable vibe. And because it's gray-and-black, the colorway makes the pattern even more of a new neutral to play off of than leopard print already was. ($95; revolve.com)

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