Best Local Accessories to Keep You Cozy All Season Long

Whether you are cozying up at home or gliding into fall’s cool embrace, these layering essentials will keep you warm all season long

By Andrew Hoge

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November 19, 2019

This article originally appeared in the November 2019 issue of Seattle Magazine.

This article appears in print in the November 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe.

From left to right:

“Duality” silk scarf ($48) in red, black and cedar. Available at Eighth Generation downtown

“Poon” cashmere and linen scarf ($500) in sky with frayed edges, designed by Aiayu. Available at Flora and Henri, Pioneer Square

Ombré alpaca wrap ($570) in navy and indigo. Available at Alicia Peru, Bellevue

“Nolan” plaid wrap ($65) in black and white with faux fur trim. Available at Smith & Main, Bellevue

Cashmere shawl ($564) in navy blue with graduated Swarovski crystals. Available at Luly Yang, downtown

Super-soft, thermoregulating poncho ($158) made with signature Kinoki-3.0 Luxe fabric in camel. Available at Buki, downtown

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