These Winter Threads Keep You Cozy All Season Long

You don't have to sacrifice style for comfort
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  • Seattle local style bloggers in comfy clothes

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In hygge-loving Seattle, easy-to-wear, stretchy apparel is practically the citywide wardrobe. But you no longer  have to sacrifice style for comfort, thanks to a new generation of locally available wearables. Whether you are inclined to hibernate at this time of year or just want an easy, chic outfit to throw on to run to the store, these cozy winter threads will have you looking forward to dressing down in the new year.

MODELS: Twin sisters Kim Seidensticker (with hat) and Kat Shearer; visit their Seattle-based style blog.

On Kim:

Light gray knit angora and acrylic “Smith” beanie ($33) by Pipe and Row. Available at Pipe and Row, Fremont, 611 N 35th St.; 206.632.0720

“Cool Racerback II” ($48) in white Nulu by Lululemon. Available at Pacific Place, downtown, 600 Pine St.; 206.682.1286

Hand-dyed color-block high-low, 100 percent rayon long kimono ($148) in blue by Rian Robison of Tuesday. Available at Tuesday, Chinatown–International District, 608 Maynard Ave. S; 206.295.5759

Prairie Underground 100 percent organic cotton lounge pant ($167) in heather waffle. Available at Prairie Underground, Georgetown, 940 S Harney St.; 206.328.3514

“Nova” loafer slide ($175) in nude by Coach. Available at Pacific Place, downtown, 600 Pine St.; 206.264.0372

On Kat:

Black polyester and rayon blend kimono jacket with cotton lining ($189) designed by A. Oei. Available at Clementines, Pioneer Square, 310 Occidental Ave. S; 206.935.9400 

Stretch reverse silk charmeuse shift dress ($425) in olive by Not Monday

Nike Air Force 1 QS canvas sneaker ($130) in summit white from Likelihood. Available at Likelihood, Capitol Hill, 1101 E Union St.; 206.257.0577

LOCATION: Luxury apartments McKenzie Seattle (Belltown, 2202 Eighth Ave.).

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