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You’re cold. We’re cold. In fact, it seems like everyone is cold these days (even Californians, although we’re pretty sure that has something to do with this phenomenon). But until the day when we can all stay snug under our duvet and hibernate for a few months of every year, venturing out into the chilly winds and blustery snow is pretty much inevitable. So to make your commute — or trip to the corner store for weekend provisions — a little more bearable, we’ve found some hats, mitts, scarves, gloves, and other winter necessities that are not only cozy, but stylish too!
We spend about four months of the year wearing opaque black tights, so much so that by the time March rolls around they’re practically a second skin. So we understand a little hosiery ennui, but we’ve never quite gotten on board with the style that Liv Tyler chose for last night’s premiere of The Hobbit in New York City.
Can tights help you lose weight? The people at ShaToBu sure think so, but we’re more than a little skeptical. The company (which is not in fact Japanese, despite its name — ShaToBu stands for Shaping Toning Burning) sells calorie-burning legwear that utilizes resistance bands to help wearers lose weight. Right.
Fall is the best. Crisp air, apple cider, decorative gourds. And the sartorial options! Scarves, sweaters and tights — oh my! Yes, we love ourselves some fanciful hosiery, but how much is too much to spend on lust-worthy legwear?