It’s been so crazy cold outside, I find myself dreaming of cozy knits instead of sequins and lace. And, of course, warm and cuddly knits make for perfect gifts.

These long fingerless gloves by A Peace Treaty are definitely some of the coolest gloves I’ve seen lately. I love the combination of horizontal and vertical stitch and the dual shades of grey. Plus, fingerless is the way to go for an iPhone addict like me.

A Peace Treaty long fingerless gloves ($100 CAD at LYNNsteven)
Burberry ear muffs are classic. I’ve had mine for years and they are one of the best winter purchases I’ve ever made. You know those days when you get your hair done and just don’t want to put on a hat? Yeah, those days are now over.
Burberry ear muffs ($150 CAD at Holt Renfrew and Burberry)

Not that I’m saying that toques can’t be stylish — they certainly can be. No knit post would be complete without Missoni, the reigning ruler of knits.

Font sizeMissoni beanie ($160 US at Net-a-Porter and $170 CAD at Holt Renfrew)
What’s winter without cute little pompoms? Yes, grown ups are allowed to indulge in cuteness every once in a while and the holiday season is perfect for it. Check out this adorable toque by Neff!

Neff “Amy” toque ($45 CAD at Off the Wall and Pacific Boarder)

I love this super long “Army” scarf by TNA. It’s super soft and cozy. I’m imagining it wrapped around a casual weekend ensemble having yummy brunch somewhere.

TNA “Army” scarf ($50 CAD at TNA and Aritzia)

I’ve already blogged about this amazing Prada headband earlier in the season. It’s absolute perfection and makes for a perfect accessory outdoors or indoors (boys, if you are reading this, your girlfriends and sisters would absolutely love to get this for Christmas).
Prada headband ($110 CAD at Holt Renfrew)

Call me crazy but I love getting socks for Christmas. Some say that socks make for the worst gifts. I think that they haven’t seen these Pantherella 100% cashmere socks! Not your average sock.

Pantherella cashmere socks ($65 CAD at Holt Renfrew)

I also love getting warm and fuzzy slippers and now I’ve found the perfect ones for my wishlist! Made in Vancouver, these Granted slippers are just what one needs to get through the winter season in style (I also love Granted sweaters I blogged about last year).
Granted slippers ($52 CAD at LYNNsteven)

And, of course, last but not the least, my new found love Wool and the Gang knitting kit. Whether gifted as a kit or knitted by you and given to a loved one, these Peruvian wool toques, scarves, snoods and shrugs would make someone very hip very happy.

Wool and the Gang knitting kits (from $100 CAD at Homewerx)

Happy shopping!