Ten months out of the year, we Texans don slick parkas, chic leather bombers, and classic trenches to fashionably combat 50-degree highs. Then inevitably, the cold snap strikes and all bets are off (and all layers are on). Here, our go-to spots to buy basic cold gear for the months a year when it gets really, really chilly.
St. Bernard Sports
We’ve been lusting after the selection of sporty but oh-so-warm coats at this ski shop. From Canada Goose and Moncler to The North Face and Patagonia, the styles, colors (and yes, even price tags) run the gamut.
This hometown store stocks some of the chicest cold gear around. Whether your looking for a show-off piece like a fur coat or a tactile puffer, the selection here is as varied as you’ll find.
About those parkas, bombers and trenches: Maybe the light-coat laissez-faire is something you won’t give up. That’s ok, too. This shop was designed to up your fleece game.
Milk and Honey
If you’re looking to layer with vests, cardigans, and jackets, you’ll find all that here, but don’t pass up the varied selection of ultra-warm gear (some of which is shhhh! already marked down).
This Best of Big D winner pays off in so many ways. Bundle up with some of the coziest looking boho-chic panchos, flannel, and sweaters.