Cashmere dickies, stylish sweats and other incredibly cozy holiday essentials
It’s finally here: the one time of year when it’s socially acceptable to spend whole days lounging on the couch, binge-watching Netflix and snoozing until noon. Here, everything you need to survive the season in supreme comfort (and still look cute when you leave the house to pick up snacks).
The dickie gets an upgrade in this super-soft cashmere collar. $123. Cosstores.com.
These oversized reading socks are lined with a thick layer of cozy faux shearling. $35. Indigo.ca.
With tapered legs and a gently dropped crotch, Mary Young’s tailored lounge pants are less frumpy than typical sweats (but just as comfy). $156. Maryyoung.ca.
Paired with jeans, a stripey silk pajama top passes for dinner-party attire. $345. Shopbop.com.
Bonus: no pants required. $98. Roots.ca.
Channel your inner Dude (without creeping people out) in a hooded terrycloth robe. $178. Drakegeneralstore.ca.
These fur-lined rubber boots are as snuggly as Uggs—but less likely to provoke ridicule. $198. Gravitypope.com.
This luxurious cashmere throw is reversible and convertible—it can be worn long or cinched into a hip-length sweater. $368. Shop.kitandace.com
Oak and Fort’s biker jacket is fully lined in cushy shearling. Pop the collar for full face protection. $208. Oakandfort.ca.
The pueblo-style Pendleton robe doubles as a cozy throw. $325. Northstandard.com.
This versatile fleece pullover can be worn as a sweater, jacket or dress. $250. Easytigergoods.com.
Because there’s nothing more heavenly than head-to-toe cashmere. $615 (turtleneck). Blackgoatcashmere.com.
These tasseled woollen slippers are handmade in Nepal by a local women’s collective. $58. Anthropologie.com.
This fluffy tuque is made of 100 per cent rabbit fur. $445. Visitzane.com
Made of a cotton, baby alpaca and bamboo blend, this chevron-printed scarf can also be worn as a drapey shawl. $260. Stringtheoryscarves.com