Some gloves and mittens—because the time has come

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These are cashmere, and just $60 a pop.

My favorite gloves are from Jo Gordon—I have them shipped from from England, a definite splurge, but they’re just so good. This year I ordered these—they come in a few different colorways, but I think the black and white is the chicest.

I like the boucle here, and think these look kind of appealingly new wave.

I have never seen an un-pricey pair of gloves like these until now.

If you’re prone to losing gloves and don’t want to spend a lot, I’d recommend J. Crew’s glitten. I’ve gone through countless pairs of them.

Another glove with a wool cuff—somehow sophisticated and cozy all at once.

This shearling mitten looks even cozier—and it’s well-priced for what it is.

I couldn’t resist including these, from Pendelton’s National Parks series, because they’re so fun.

I use fingerless gloves to walk the dogs, and think that these would look quite nice peeking out from under a black or grey coat.

I also like this spacedye option.

These are from Patagonia, so they’ll be super-warm. I’m thinking of getting them for walking the dogs when it gets super-cold because the tops flip off.

It’s the Net a Porter sale, everyone

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So hop to it, because the popular sizes always go fast. This Isabel Marant jacket is a pretty good place to start.

Tops with good prints

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I’m looking for cute tops to pop out from whatever sweater I’m wearing now that it is certifiably chilly out. And I like the unexpected color combination on this one.

Diagonal stripes are usually way too much, but I think this top is really cool.

A bold bird print.

I like how nice and graphic this star pattern is.

There is something kind of appealingly vintage-y about this floral number.

Red and black are always so good together.

A subtle dot-dash print on a highly wearable blouse.

The vivid colors here would be such a nice ray of sunshine on a drab day.

This just seems so delightfully easy.

This comes with a bow that I’d ditch. It’s such a sweet floral.

And here’s another pretty dear floral.

A straight-up button-down with a crisp, fun print.

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I was born in Houston, Texas in 1964 and have lived in New York City since 1988. I had a long career in magazines, working at Sassy, Elle, New York, and Spin, and in 2000, I founded Lucky magazine, which I edited for ten years.

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