This crazy polar vortex has me walking around the streets looking like a stuffed turkey. It's so cold out I have no choice but to layer up and I'm getting tired of looking like a loca. Just because we're experiencing record low temperatures doesn't mean we can't look cute in the process. It might seem impossible to bundle up and still look stylish but with a few cute and cozy winter accessories it is very VERY possible!

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Unless you plan on staying in all month, you better get your hands on some of these cold-weather must-haves. Here are a few affordable fashion accessories that will keep you warm AND stylish all season long--all for under $50!

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Warm tights 1

Warm tights

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Cold winter weather calls for warm knit tights. The Uniqlo Heat Tech Knitted Tights feature anti-microbial properties that work to keep your legs warm. Love that colorful stripe pattern too! Uniqlo.com, $20

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Turban Earwarmer 2

Turban Earwarmer

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Earmuffs are cute, but they're aren't exactly stylish. An embellished rib-knit turban is a much more chic and warmer option. Urbanoutfitters.com, $30

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Over-the-knee-boots 3

Over-the-knee-boots

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If it's freezing outside, ankle booties aren't going to cut it. Look for a pair of over-knee-boots that's going to edge up your look and keep you cozy. Forever21.com, $45

Leather gloves 4

Leather gloves

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A pair of warm leather gloves comes in handy on those especially chilly nights. These are small enough to stash away in your purse. Hm.com, $25

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Trapper hat 5

Trapper hat

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I've been on the hunt for a good trapper hat. They're super adorable and keep everything from your head, neck, and ears warm and toasty. Asos.com, $36

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Beanie hat 6

Beanie hat

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Not only is this hat warm, but it's perfect for hiding a bad hair day. Urbanoutfitters.com, $24

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Tube scarf 7

Tube scarf

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If you're going to get yourself a new scarf, make sure it's a tube scarf. This thing won't blow away with the wind and it will look chic with anything you wear--trust me!  Hm.com, $7