The Best Warm Layers Under $100

A collage of warm shirts, turtlenecks, beanies, and pants under $100

Temperatures are dropping, the sweatpants you bought back in March might be feeling a little stale at this point, and outdoor get-togethers are still the safest option for spending time with friends. Now is the time to upgrade your warm layer game. From plush, cheerful cashmere bandannas to minimalist thermals and the softest possible socks, our fashion team pulled together their favorite cold-weather essentials under $100—the first roundup in a new series of affordable go-to’s selected by W editors. Here’s to months of coziness ahead.

Amazon Essentials Thermal Set, $20, Amazon.com

“I love a thermal set in the winter. This pair I found on Amazon is pretty damn luxurious. I have it in black and gray.” —Jenna Wojciechowski

Everlane Cashmere Bandanna, $50, Everlane.com

“Some cheerful blue cashmere face protection to battle the cold (and now, Covid).” —JW

Uniqlo HEATTECH T-Shirt, $14.90, Uniqlo.com

“I’m always freezing, so Uniqlo HEATTECH is one of my essentials in the winter months. It’s really thin and can be layered under anything. And it actually does help me keep warm.” —Christina Holevas

Everlane Cashmere Sweater, $100, Everlane.com

“I’ve been wearing this Everlane cashmere crewneck for years. It’s an instant classic—and really cozy.” —CH

Journo Socks, $18.99 for six pairs, Amazon.com

“These are the softest socks to lounge around the house in, and they’re perfect for a pair of ankle boots.” —Nora Milch

Free People Beanie, $38, Nordstrom.com

“The warmest, coziest hat in a sunny shade of yellow. I look forward to cold weather just to wear it.” —JW

Gap Turtleneck, $22, Gap.com

“This lightweight turtleneck is perfect for fall layering. I’ve been wearing it nonstop under a comfy crewneck or button-down.” —Julia McClatchy

Nadaam Sweatpants, $75, Naadam.com

“There’s nothing more luxurious than a pair of cashmere sweatpants—and these are on sale.” —CH

Toast Hot Water Bottle Cover, $85, Toa.st

“This is definitely not a necessity, but it’s so cozy. It’s perfect for staying warm in bed in the winter, and it helps with body aches and sore muscles.” —Allia Alliata di Montereale