Stylish Underarmour for the Cold Days Ahead

Photo courtesy of Adidas.

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that this winter has been unseasonably very warm thus far. But that chill we’re all so familiar with is about to creep up on us in a brutal way, and there’s nothing worse than being unprepared to handle this climate. And let’s be real: looking like a freakin’ marshmallow all bundled up in thick sweaters and puffy coats is not the desired look. Luckily, we’ve found a few pieces from some solid brands that will rid you of excess bundling, but still keep you warm.



With these socks from Barneys, cold feet are just a thing of the past.



If you’ve been searching high and low for a mid-layer jacket, Adidas teamed up with Stella McCartney to designed one with lightweight fabric that simultaneously keeps you feeling nice and toasty.



A tri-colored track jacket is a must-have, and how could you say no when you can also pick up the matching pants?



Keep it neutral with these comfy leggings from the brand whose name alone is designed to save us: Underarmour.



For those who enjoy a tummy tucking pant, these high-waisted ADAY leggings are for you.



You’ll never feel cold on your run around the block ever again, because this shirt will keep you comfortably warm without making you feel like a toaster inside.




This sleek turtleneck is perfect for layering, or with your favorite jeans as a casual Friday look. And if you’re looking to wear those roomy trousers without feeling a breeze, these heat tech tights are a festive fit.


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With these soft thermal tights and water-resistant parka from SnowPeak, you’ll never face the case of the shivers again.



This long sleeve from the J. Crew x New Balance line is a perfect addition to your wardrobe, whether you wear it with a pair of leggings or another bottom from this collection, it’ll serve as one of your staple pieces this season.

 Written by Casey Walsh

Featured image courtesy of Adidas.

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