The temperatures are dropping fast. That being said, you still have a few weeks to buy your warm jacket and weather-appropriate boots. But these aren't all you'll need. I hate to sound alarmist, but you're going to need base layers, burly pants, waterproof boots and a bunch more.
How deep your winter wardrobe must be of course depends on where you live — and how cold it gets, much snow you get and fast the winter winds whip past you on your way to work. Play it safe. Stock up.
Flannel shirts are warm, but flannel jackets are even warmer.
Combat cold, wet feet with these waterproof, oftentimes lined, winter boots.
From merino wool to mohair and everything in-between.
12 options under $20.
A timeless style transformed for subzero temperatures.
The Dutch invented it, Brits popularized it, and now everybody owns one. (Or at least they should.)
Insulation and a quilt-like stitch pattern give these jackets their shape.
And only home. Please.
Rugged Western style, but softer.
Most baseball caps are best saved for summer, but woolen ones can be worn well into the next season.
There are so many options. Start here.
Budget-friendly options from Everlane, Quince, Uniqlo, and more.
Designed first for military pilots, the style's far more pedestrian now.
Hefty, seasonal socks for typical boot wearers, not hardcore hikers.
We've done the research (aka wearing them, stretching them). These are the best sweatpants.