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TWO OF A KIND

Some things just go better together, like Funchi’s glove-and-headband combo. Each set is knit from 100 percent certified-organic cotton, with a seamless construction that keeps your extremities chafe-free.

+ Fingerless Gloves and Headband $78

+ Funchi

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THAT’S A WRAP

For cold-weather comfort that won’t weigh you down, layer up with Indigenous Designs’ “Airplane” wrap. It’s fairly crafted in Peru from ultrafine organic cotton and low-impact dyes, plus an easy élan that delivers instant sophistication.

+ Airplane Wrap $65

+ Indigenous Designs

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THE STRAIGHT DOPE

From VPL designer Victoria Bartlett comes a sleek tuxedo jacket that’s as easy to dress up as it is down. Clad in soft terry jersey, the American-made topper offers a fresh take on Le Smoking that’s completely critter-friendly.

+ Straight Jacket $297 (originally $495)

+ VPL

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BUNDLE UP

Let freedom rein—freedom of movement, that is. Cut long and loose, Maggie cardigan by Loomstate offers a veritable cocoon of warmth in textured 100 percent organic cotton.

+ Maggie Cardigan $248

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C’MON GET HAPPI

A cowl, scarf, and capelet rolled in one, Happiknit’s hand-knit neck-warmer keeps things super-snuggly in 100 percent organic, fair-trade cotton.

+ Knit Cowl $69

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BAG, YOU’RE IT

The perfect accessory for a quick getaway—to warmer climes, perhaps?—Matt & Nat’s faux-suede weekender features tone-on-tone stitching, a lining made from post-consumer recycled bottles, and pockets aplenty to stow your gear.

+ Braun Weekender $220

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MAD HATTER

Banish the winter blues with one of All Knitwear’s eclectically patterned pom-pom beanies. Brooklynite Annie Larson cobbles each hat together on her Brother KH-965i knitting machine, which means she’s open to requests—if you ask nicely.

+ Stocking Hat $48

+ All Knitwear

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PLEATS PLEASE

Mustard microfiber on the outside, gray cotton on the inside, the Trialide tote by Ninu is a bag for all seasons. Artist Sandra Comas handcrafts her wares in Turin, Italy, using locally sourced and vintage fabrics that add polish with history.

+ Trialide Bag $87

+ Ninu

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FIT TO BE TIED

Brave GentleMan’s tweedy bow ties only look like they’re made of wool. They’re actually a cunning blend of organic cotton and recycled hemp, stiffened with interfacing derived from recycled plastic bottles. Each one is handmade in New York City’s historic Garment District under fair-labor conditions.

+ Black Check Narrow Bow Tie $100

+ Brave GentleMan

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IT’S A CINCH

Cliff’s reversible cork belts are lighter and more supple than leather but they distress with age just like the real deal would. Plus, they’re machine-washable, which is more than you can say for their cowhide-derived counterparts.

+ Reversible Cork Belt $100

+ Cliff

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FRINGE SCIENCE

Use it to manage loose change, makeup brushes, or your gaggle of gadgets. Whatever your schtick, the Pansy Maiden’s tassel-embellished pouch is deserving of superhero status, particularly since its faux-suede surface offers plastic bottles a second lease on life.

+ Fringe Pouch $38

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TOE THE LINE

Keep toes toasty with extra-thick socks from Brooklyn Industries. The wind-powered enterprise paired the planet-friendly credentials of recycled cotton and hemp with the durability of acrylic and polyester, plus a hint of nylon for stretch.

+ Eco Birdseye Sock $14

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MONEYBAG

No need to have a cow to put your money where it counts. Bourgeois Boheme’s faux-leather wallet is lined with equally phony “lizard skin,” along with a casually distressed appearance that will have even discerning types fooled.

+ Damon Wallet £30

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