Found Around Town: Winter Warm Up

January 20, 2012
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Six cold weather accessories to keep you hot when the mercury drops

By Julie Davis 

Chic and cozy can be synonymous. Case in point: our collection of winter weather finds that will keep you extra snug while looking ever so stylish. From soft knit socks to Nordic Fair Isle prints (and a snuggly something for little ones), your fingers, ears and toes will thank you—in more ways than one.


Under boots or around the house, these chunky, above-the-knee knit socks will keep toes—and legs—extra toasty.

Lenape Tall Socks
Free People
The Grove at Shrewsbury
597 Broad St., Shrewsbury
(732) 345-9944

Photo credit: Scott Longfield


Kids will go crazy for these adorable mittens that double as hand puppets. Fully lined with fleece, they’re available in pink, blue and purple.

Kyber Funky Zoo Collection Mittens
Brave New World
61 Oceanport Ave., Little Silver



Nothing says winter more than a classic Fair Isle print—they conjure images of ski lodges, hot chocolate and rosy cheeks. Slip on this Nordic-inspired set and feel like you’re fireside at a Swiss chalet.

Dakine Maggie Hat and Scarf
Brave New World
61 Oceanport Ave., Little Silver


Finally, a pair of smart phone gloves that look great and work just the same—tap, type and swipe, with nary a frozen finger. Colors available: mustard/gray and teal/brown.

Echo I Touch Gloves
Grove West
524 Broad St., Shrewsbury
(732) 219-8888

Photo credit: Scott Longfield


During the winter months, we lose a significant amount of body heat through our head. That’s no longer the case. Snow, sleet, and wind chills below zero are no match for this furry and fabulous looking full coverage hat.

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Mad Bomber Hat
Ski Barn
303 Route 35 North, Eatontown


Long johns have come a long way. With a cool, vintage-inspired design and comfortable merino wool blend, you’ll want to get caught in this underwear.

Neve Chamonix Zip Neck and Pant
The Sport Spot
600 Broad St., Shrewsbury
(732) 747-0585

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