Give Something Cozy

Christmas is coming quick — is your shopping done yet?

Saturday is the first day of winter, but Mother Nature has been serving up plenty of wintery weather already, so you can’t go wrong with something cozy and warm.

Here are my picks for cold weather accessories from local retailers in North Dakota and Minnesota.

Comfy Slippers
Available at Kittson in Grand Forks and Fargo
Comfy slippers in throwback prints look just right for winter. And the generous sizing works for everyone, from younger cousins to Grandma. Hot cocoa, anyone?

Lace edged boot socks
Available at Lot 2029 in Bismarck and Fargo
Knee-high boots just make sense in cold climates and letting just a little of these lace-edged boot socks show makes a wintery staple fresh and flirty.

Touchscreen Responsive Gloves
Available at Fowlers Heritage Company in Fargo
These sleek gloves are touchscreen compatible so you can be in touch, no matter the temperature. These are a great gift for the tech-savvy guys and girls on your list.

Mittens with a Mission
Available at One World Boutique in Fargo, Bismarck and St. Paul
Minnesota Mittens are eco-friendly, warm and warm-hearted too. They’re made from excess wool and cotton sweater fabric by people with disabilities in Winona, MN.

Fleece Lined Leggings
Available at Lot 2029 in Bismarck and Fargo
Lot 2029 owner Hope Ward reports that fleece-lined leggings are their best selling item this season. And for good reason — they’re a great layering piece that adds a lot of warmth without adding bulk. Try a basic neutral or have fun with a wintery print like this one.

Socks
Available at Urban Girl in Bismarck
When socks are both colorful and hilarious, you can never have too many. These Blue Q socks are the perfect stocking stuffer or Secret Santa gift for that friend with a wicked sense of humor.

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