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Hygge for Mama: All Bundled Up for a Wine Country Winter

Time to wrap up in cozy knits and thick boots! While wine country doesn’t have too much winter (I think the last time it snowed was a decade ago) we do have our fair share of frosty mornings. Hygge, a Danish way of life that encourages embracing comfort and well-being, is a perfect pairing for our casual culture in Wine Country. Moms here love good quality clothes but not at the expense of comfort. So here’s our top 16 favorite things that will enhance your winter wardrobe and bring a little hygge into your life.

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Scarves, Wraps, + Beanies

Beanies, wraps, and scarves, oh my! I have a Madewell wrap in gray that is versatile and warm, so I had to include at least one of those. And because some of us are into tartan this year (hello Joanna Gaine’s Holiday line) I thought I’d include another from J. Crew. Beanies make the world go round, especially for our super cold mornings. 

Sweaters + Outerwear

I never go a season without grabbing a vest from Old Navy, and this herringbone pattern is perfect for 2018! The star sweater is perfect for the preppy mama, the Zella wrap for the mom just headed out to barre class, and the Free People wrap is a match made in heaven for a bohemian mom and her chai tea. 

Hygge Worthy Leggings

Oh heeeeyyy, did you see that we included Zella leggings on our list of Hygge-worthy outfit inspo? That’s because the high-waisted, uber thick, super soft leggings are perfect for mamas who are battling a cold morning drop off and want to look at least a LITTLE put together. We added a few colors because #leggingsfordays needs to be a thing in your wardrobe…or at the very least ours. 

Cozy Winter Footwear

There are really four boots that any wine country mom could benefit from: rain boots, riding boots, snow boots, and mukluks. Depending on the weather, each of these cuties will cover your need for both comfort and style. While I have a long-distance crush on Frye and Hunter boots, I do own two Sorels, and aside from not being able to pronounce the name, they are perfect for super cold mornings or trips to Tahoe. The Mukluks are made by an indigenous owned company called Manitobah, which I love, because supporting the community whose ancestry developed the design is my jam.

Did I miss anything from this list?! What are your favorite cozy winter items?

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