By Cate Jensen
Winter is officially upon us. After a long commute to work, whether that be spending a copious amount of time slugging snow off your car or walking to your nearest metro stop in the blistering cold – by the time you get home you are frozen and are forgetting about the majestic beauty of a winter wonderland. But before you start prematurely hating what is sure to be a long season filled with snow, take a look at our recovery guide on ways to rejuvenate your spirit after a long day dealing with old Jack Frost nipping at your nose.
Warm up with the slipper socks and cable knit tights while enjoying a cup of hot chai tea, freshly made with a tea infuser that fits right into your coffee mug. If your skin is feeling rough, try out the miracle worker that is Clinque’s Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion and soothe those cracked lips with Kiehl’s famed Lip Balm Mint. Wrap yourself up in a faux fur blanket and if you are still suffering from cold ears and head, place a warm beanie to thaw out the freezing snow of the day.
Now load up your Netflix list and relax.
Guide Details: Camille Cable Tights, $28; Free People, Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion, $38; Sephora, Kiehl’s Since 1851 Lip Balm Mint, $9; Bloomingdale’s, Ribbed Beanie in Black Ivory, $40; J.Crew, Madison Park Ruched Faux-Fur Throw in Ivory, $40; Bed Bath & Beyond, Woolrich Chalet Sock, $70; Zappos, Brew-in-Mug Extra-Fine Tea Infuser with Lid, $13; Amazon, Happy Mug, $8.95; Pier 1 Imports