What I’m Loving For January
2022 might not be starting the way we thought it would, but there’s no reason to be down about it. Between the coldest part of the year and Omicron, I’m refreshing my at-home cozy clothes with matching lounge sets in fun colors. And for the times when I’m walking Ruby or running to the grocery store, I’m going to slip into some new sneakers and cashmere accessories.
A monochromatic sweatsuit is an easy way to feel “dressed”, even we’re back to spending a lot of time on our sofas. COS’s brown cashmere hoodie and wide-leg pants feel downright high fashion, and it comes in navy too!
Everlane’s French Terry set in a cheery cayenne color skews a little more casual, and Jenni Kayne’s Saturday set in a deep navy is, well, a perfect Saturday uniform. Not ready to give up the holiday dressing yet? No worries. There are tons of velour sweatsuits, like J.Crew’s in navy or pink, that will keep you feeling festive in upcoming months.
A little bit of cashmere can do a world of good, when it comes to warming the soul or just the tops of your ears. A cashmere beanie is one of those things you’ll buy once but wear until it’s threadbare. I love this classic black Johnstons of Elgin hat, and this camel Jenni Kayne beanie with slouchy, boho vibes. On the more colorful side of things, La Ligne’s beanie comes in baby blue or pastel pink.
When it comes to gloves, make your life a whole lot easier with a pair that still lets you use your phone. J.Crew’s touch-screen cashmere gloves are pretty in either winter white or periwinkle. They’re not cashmere, but Kurt Geiger’s rainbow gloves will brighten up any gloomy winter day.
Finally, a fresh pair of sneakers to kick off your new year. NIke has some seriously sick statement options, like this Naomi Osaka bright orange collaboration, this limited-edition black Fontonka Waffle with neon detailing, or these yellow Zoom flyknits.
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