Winter weather accessories

It seems as though prolific storm is upon the Northeast, and Mother Nature decided to dump on us during Fashion Week. For all the girls who were planning to wear their most trendy sky-high heels, you are going to be disappointed – this weather will simply not permit it. If you try, my guess is you might go boom on the steps of Lincoln Center. In addition to shoes, we all have bags we carry when it rains, but it’s important to have a good bag to carry when it’s downpour snowing, and even more important is having a great pair of shoes to keep your feet warm and dry. They may not be the most fashionable accessories, but we’ve found the right bag and shoes to help you weather the storm.

(All joking aside, please be safe, stay inside, stock up on necessities, and check in on friends and family.)

Furla Candy Rubber Satchel
$228 via Nordstrom

This spacious bag is crafted with rubber, which means no matter how much snow falls the bag will be fine and your goodies inside will stay dry. Pick a bright color to help you stand out against the white-out snow conditions; think of it as an accessory plus a reflector.


Sorel Caribou Lace Up Boots
$140 via ShopBop

These boots might not be the chicest, but you know what – that doesn’t matter. Your feet will stay super warm, and the biggest factor in keeping feet warm goes hand-in-hand with keeping them dry. These boots do the trick. They are a little heavy and they are definitely not dainty, but in the winter, these are the best option.

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  • Gi

    The best bag in the snow (without looking silly) is the classic LV Monogram… the canvas is completely waterproof and you won’t expose to the world the contents of your bag.

  • kemilia

    I have a pair of Sorels similiar to these (mine are all white) and they are over 10 years old (!) and are still going strong. Heavy, oh yeah, but sturdy, warm, and dry. I totally recommend them for anyone living in the wintery areas of the country.

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