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My Vera Bradley Winter Picks

I absolutely dread winter. It’s my least favorite season, however anytime I can find something cute to wear or use in the cold weather makes it all more tolerable.

I’ve shown you my Vera Bradley picks for fall in an earlier post, which you can check out here. Now that a new season has begun, I want to share the “go to” items I’m using this winter.

First off, I want to point out that Vera Bradley released new patterns this season and you will see some of them in the photos below.

Let’s get started!

Soft Fringe Scarf

Shown in Lilac Medallion

Their scarves make a really great last minute stocking stuffer. The material is lightweight and very soft, don’t let that fool you though – it will keep your neck warm in chilly weather.

I also love that it’s versatile so you can wear it as an accessory in other seasons.

Cozy Life Throw Blanket

Shown in Lilac Foulard

Speaking of keeping warm, our household is over the moon about their new throw blankets! I am not joking; this has got to be the softest throw blanket we’ve ever felt.

It’s made of velvet fleece – which we’ve never felt before and glad we did now. We’ve been missing out!

Tristan absolutely loves it too and I’m convinced this is going to become his new favorite blanket.

Travel Mug

Scarf in Lilac Medallion/Lilac Foulard combo; Mug shown in Lilac Foulard

I love this beyond cute leak proof mug in my favorite of their new patterns, Lilac Foulard. It was also available in another cute pattern, Playful Penguins but I believe it may be sold out online.

You can see that pattern here.

Not only are these items good for winter, but they can make a wonderful gift as well. With all of the new arrivals this season, you just might find yourself shopping for yourself and your loved ones!

What is your favorite “go to” item used on a daily basis during winter? Comment below and share this post!

The items in this post were sponsored by Vera Bradley for my honest review. As always, opinions are my own.

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