Cozy Chic: Fashion That Begs to Be Touched

When the temperatures drop and snuggling is the name of the game, it’s all about texture. For glam nights out or comfy nights in, we’ve found the pieces that just beg to be touched.

Time for a Shift: A subtle sheen can make a big impact, especially when the cut is right. This metallic linen shift dress is the perfect way to shine at the company holiday party without looking like a disco ball. Emerson Fry Mod Dress in metallic linen, $238 at Market Assembly (Crossroads).

Soft Touch: Oversized sweater coat? Yes, please. Fringe? Of course. Made from baby alpaca and wool? Sounds divine. The Haori sweater coat has checks off everything on our wish list for cozy yet elegant Atelier Delphine Haori coat with fringe in charcoal, $407 at Finefolk (Crossroads).

Pattern Play: Flowy and light works when the fireplace is roaring. This boat-neck tee is a stunner with wide short kimono-style sleeves with an under slit and beautiful burnout pattern. Pair with a velvet cigarette pant for a classic look with a twist. Kimono Tee in nuno white polyester burnout, $795 at Asiatica (Westwood).

Hold Everything: What’s winter without a bit of fuzz? Pack your essentials in this chic shearling saddle bag from Polo Ralph Lauren. Icelandic lamb shearling is prized for its tight curl, while Ralph Lauren’s signature equestrian hardware is prized for its durability and classic style. Shearling Hutton crossbody, $398 at Halls Kansas City (Crown Center).

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