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Winter Accessories for Men

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A change in the season brings in a change in clothes and accessories. The winter season is going to bring in the cold chills soon enough and though you may have stocked up your woollens, you might want to add some accessories to your collection. Let's get started with a few stylish winter accessories that should go in your closet.

Scarves

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Starting with the most trendiest of the lot, scarves are completely essential. If you think that scarves are mostly for women, you should know that it was originally worn by men, before women started wearing them. A scarf adds a brilliant layer of charm and sophistication to your winter attire. Try colors like dark grey that will probably match most your winter outfits.

Gloves

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Moving on to keeping our hands warm. Take a pick; woollen or leather gloves? Both are great, though we'd suggest leather for obvious reasons. One, leather would always look mature and dapper. Two, they are the best at keeping your hands warm! And three, you can easily access your smartphone with it. In the case of woolen gloves you will have to take off one glove each time you need to answer a call or reply to a message.

Socks

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Choose your socks well, as believe it or not, it is the most important thing from this list. In winter, your feet are the ones to get cold easily, and once the feet are cold, your body gets cold as well. Thus, it is always advised to keep your legs warm on cold days. Invest in some great woollen socks. Since woollen socks are not really the office type, you can opt for a cashmere pair instead. They will provide you with great insulation when the temperature drops.

Hats

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It's good to keep your head cool, but don't let it catch the cold. Your head and ears can get quite cold if you don't cover up. A watch cap can be a great choice here. Popularly known as knit cap or beanies, they are certainly in vogue. Pick the right colour that matches your scarf and sweater. Dark shades of blue and green can be great choices.

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