Winter warmup: The 6 things to invest in now


Winter warmup: The 6 things to invest in now

It’s that time again – time to dust off your winter jackets and figure out where exactly you stored all those flannel pyjamas and scarves last year. If the cold snap has a tendency to sneak up on you, here’s a quick checklist of everything Future You will thank you for investing in now. Welcome to your 2020 winter essentials.

For the house

1. Turn up the heat

Want to heat up a room, but not your whole house? It’s time to invest in one of winter's best little luxuries – an electric heater. Check out the range at Farmers or Noel Leeming to find the perfect option for your home. Once you invest in a quality heater, you’ll never look back.


2. Create the ultimate cosy nook

There is no better feeling than being curled up on the couch during those crisp winter nights. Add a touch of warmth and luxe to your living room with a faux fur throw or chunky knit blanket from Farmers.

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For you

3. Snuggly sleepwear

Let’s be honest, winter is all about plush robes, cosy slippers and flannelette pyjamas!
Stay cosy and cute in the softest sleepwear from Cotton On, and for those cooler nights, wrap yourself up in fleecy gown from Farmers. To finish off the ultimate winter uniform, slip into a pair of fluffy mules or sheepskin boots from Number One Shoes and prepare to take your comfort to the next level.

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4. ‘The’ winter essential

It’s the new L word on everybody’s lips: Loungewear. When staying in is the new going out, it’s no wonder this cosy couture is on the rise. From comfy classics to fashion-forward designs that will keep you feeling toasty and stylish all winter long, head to Cotton On.

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5. Break out the beanie

When the temperature drops, it's only fitting to turn up the heat on your winter accessories. We’re talking beanies, gloves, scarfs and the underrated, but MVP of winter wear – socks. Thanks to Cotton On you no longer have to sacrifice style for warmth. Don’t forget to top up on thermal ‘second skin’ layers from Postie, too – these are key when braving the elements.

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6. Freshen your winter wear

If you’re digging out your old winter wear from storage, there is a high chance it’s been marinating in a musty smell for quite some time. If you aren’t down to try the old vinegar and baking soda method, why not take your items to a dry cleaner? The team at Look Smart Clothing Alterations can handle even the most stubborn of smells and stains. You’ll thank yourself once all your trusty favourites are hanging up fresh as new.


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