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Cool Temps, Hot Accessories

By Haley Shapley 2.16.16

Our temperamental Lone Star State winter ranges from mildly chilly to bone cold — but no matter what the temperatures are in your neck of the woods, these seven cold-weather accessories will help keep you warm.

Texas Home State Sweatshirt, $45
Ladies, cozy up in a garment that makes your feelings of love for the great state of Texas known with this super-soft, wide-neck sweatshirt, which comes in 10 color options.

EnergyFlux Hand Warmer, $33
Looking for a way to keep your hands toasty? You’ll get four-plus hours of heat from this rechargeable hand warmer, which fits in the palm of your hand and can be conveniently placed in pockets. In a pinch, you can also use it to charge your cell phone and other small gadgets.

Sourpuss Knits Polka Dot Baby/Toddler Beanie, $32
This 100 percent wool beanie — crafted by Austin native Lorraine Murray, who learned to knit in Vermont and brought her talents for winter-wear creation back to her home state — will keep your little one nice and toasty in style.

Teavana Contour Tumbler, $33
Steep your tea on the go with this nifty tumbler from Teavana, which comes with a removable tea basket and vacuum-insulated interior that keeps your beverage piping hot for hours.

Jack Black Intense Therapy Lip Balm, $8
Low temps and howling wind are no match for these emollient lip balms from Jack Black, packed with ingredients like shea butter and avocado oil to keep pucker-uppers perfectly soft. The non-shiny formula is made for men, but women love it, too.

Roma Boots Emma, $87 to $99
Headquartered in Dallas, Roma Boots gets you ready for a rainy day with durable rubber boots in a range of colors and styles. Best of all, the company donates one pair of boots to a child in poverty for every pair sold.

Rosin Menswear Fabric Trapper Hat, $49
The faux fur and ear flaps of this stylish black-and-gray hat make the outdoors comfortable on even the most frigid days, whether you’re camping in the backcountry or just walking the dog around the block.

When the temperature drops, what accessory items do you count on to keep you warm? Share a photo of your favorite cold-weather accessories with us on Instagram using #THFLWantsToSee!