Celebrity Fashionistas Reveal Their Winter Essentials

By Beauty Expert Kerri Winick, GalTime.com

Madewell Yorkshire Mohair Scarf, $39.99Madewell Yorkshire Mohair Scarf, $39.99Just because it's (circle the appropriate adjective) raining/snowing/cold/windy, doesn't mean your wardrobe should suffer! Liz Lange and Jane Wagman of Shopafrolic.com share 6 simple ways to stay sizzling this winter. Their picks are sure to melt your heart!

A bright scarf, or colored leather gloves: These are our top winter accessories. Color next to the face really makes your skin dazzle. Plus, how happy will you be when you look down and spy emerald green, royal blue, or fuschia sticking out of your winter coat.

Try adding a pop of color with gloves.Try adding a pop of color with gloves.

All Gloves Royal Blue Basketwoven Leather Gloves, $39.99

Related: Dressing with Style in Winter

A fur (or faux-fur) trapper hat:
No need to picture Elmer Fudd. Trapper hats have been spotted on everyone from Jennifer Garner to Katy Perry to Rihanna. A big fluffy trapper hat is totally "now", and is guaranteed to keep your head (and ears) warm through the winter!

This hat has warm and cozy written all over it. This hat has warm and cozy written all over it.

David and Young Faux-Fur Trapper Hat, $16.90

Colored cords: We have been living in them all season long! They are perfectly paired with black shoes and a black sweater.

These pants will definitely make a statement!These pants will definitely make a statement!

J.Crew Vintage Matchstick Cord, $59.99

Big bold earrings, a statement necklace, or a cocktail ring: Don't over accessorize. Pick one key piece - a huge cuff worn over your sleeve, a big, fun cocktail ring, sexy chandelier earrings, the choice is all yours! We pretty much stick to gold tones, but we're also fans of jewel tones, like emerald green and ruby red.

Related: Striking Vintage Gold

This bracelet will add a 'punch' to any outfit. This bracelet will add a 'punch' to any outfit.

"As Is" KJL Valletta Cuff Bracelet, $40.74

Fun tights: Basic black opaque tights are classic, elegant, timeless, blah, blah, blah. This winter, have a little fun…and express yourself! Instead of black, wear a jewel tone like aborigine, or garnet red, or bright green. If you aren't all about color, go for a cozy cable knit or ribbed tight in camel, gray, black, or white.

You don't have to wear only black and nude tights these days. You don't have to wear only black and nude tights these days.

Foot Traffic Solid Opaque Tights, $10.99-$14.99

Sunglasses: We almost prefer to wear our sunglasses in the winter! There's something so unexpected about a huge pair of cool sunnies styled with a big, faux-fur coat and hat. Top off the look with bright lips and confidently strut your stuff. As far as styles, we don't really believe in "trendy" sunglasses. It's all about what works best for you and your face shape.

Related: The Best Sunglasses for Your Face Shape

It's OK to wear sunglasses in the winter!It's OK to wear sunglasses in the winter!

Tory Burch TY7034, $150

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