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Cold Weather Survival Guide

We Vancouverites are not as savvy in the cold weather as our fellow Canadians to the East. If the Temperature gauge slips below zero it strikes panic in the hearts of the west coasters who are more accustomed to the uncomfortable feeling of wet ankles than of frost bitten noses.

So what can I say? Stay indoors; make your home into a cozy den with clever accessories to keep you warm. Or head out into the frigid outdoors. There is sun out there! It’s not every day we get to walk outside without an umbrella (just remember to bundle up, and look cute too!)   


Make your home cozy with a few key elements.
Pottery Barn Chunky Ribbed Throw $59

Urban Barn Aspen Faux Cushion $39
 Keep your tea and coffee toasty with one of these. Tea Cozy $10

Urban Barn Mongolian Sheepskin $59

I love the color in this quilt, pull it over for some extra warmth at night.

Urban Outfitters Kaleidoscope Quilt $129

 This shag rug will keep your tootsies warm
Urban Outfitters Thick Wool Shag $129

Pottery Barn Faux Fur Throw $119

... K I know it's a glorified "snuggie" but this is just too good to pass up... "no more fumbling for the remote!"
Urban Outfitters Booty Buddy $78
Keep warm while you enjoy the weather with 'can't go without' pieces.

...Maybe Movember was less successful this year so keep your face warm with this wooley item. Beardo Toque $39

Can’t Make if over to Cowichan this winter. Pick up some Canadian designed and made knits from Granted ( find them at LYNNSteven Boutique in Vancouver’s Gastown (!
Granted Deer Graphic Sweater $360

Granted Leg Warmers $92

Granted LumberJack Vest $242

 These are an adorable essential, especially when the snow turns to slush (similar ones found at Aritzia, Vancouver)
Sorel Boots
 ...And if you can splurge this season why not do it up in pink!
Mark Jacobs Organza Twill Balmacaan Jacket

 Cosy, organic shapes (found at the Obakki Store in Gastown)
Obakki Bolsa Sweater $1035

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