My Top 5 High Street Winter Warmers

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Baby It's Cold Outside

So the weather is getting colder by the day here in the UK and inevitably the need for wrapping up warm and cosy is upon us! I have taken a look at what some of the high street stores have to offer online to help keep me feeling toasty and have mentioned them below:

Winter Accessories Collage

The Mongolian Sheepskin Fur from Topshop looks amazing- it's super soft, oversized and cosy as hell - it's just a shame about the price because this beaut will set you back £79.00. Now if it was me, I'd be waiting to nab this in the Christmas sales - it's a key piece that would be on trend year after year so would be a great investment piece... I'm just on a tight budget this year!

The grey faux fur socks from Dorothy Perkins are super cosy! Knitted slipper socks with a cosy fur trim are perfect for keeping your feet nice and warm. These socks are £10 so perfect for a stocking filler or extra present for a family member or even yourself!

Now these tartan gloves from New Look (£12.99) are amazing! I love a pair of leather gloves and the gorgeous tartan pattern really changes the look of these and brings them on trend. I would wear these myself but I know a few people who would LOVE to receive these as a gift so I may just have to buy a couple pairs for Christmas presents :)

I stumbled across this fedora on the H&M website and instantly fell in love. I am a hat girl at heart and I love the stud detail on this. Really classy and a key piece for an fashionista during A/W. This one is a steal at £14.99.

I love slippers - I probably have a few pairs dotted around my house because I love them so much!! The ones I picked out for this Top 5 are these lovely woven ones from Primark which are a steal at only £6. They look cozy and warm and I wouldn't turn these down :) 

What winter wonders are you buying this year? Let me know :)
Keep toasty ladies and gents xx

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