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Cravings for all things cozy reach a peak come January. These Colorado companies have you and the ones you love covered, wrapped, and layered.
Hangai Mountain Textiles | Bauhaus Camel Down Blanket
This family-owned company in Basalt partners with Mongolian herders and knitters, who hand-comb local camel herds to collect the fibers they knit into cuddly throws. Schedule a sick day (wink) to spend time under one of these luxe throws—all the better if it’s hump day. $630
Never A Wallflower | Fringe Wrap
Denver designer Dana Schoonover’s cashmere wrap is so sumptuous it demands display outside of your living room. Pair the piece with jeans and booties by day and a little black dress by night—or with your PJs if you can’t peel yourself away from the fireplace. $298
Lilly & Raye Bear | Hooded Romper
When Midnight Rambler Boutique moved into larger digs in the Cheesman Park neighborhood last year, the boho collective—essentially a farmers’ market of apparel and accessories—partnered with local children’s clothing brand Lilly & Raye to bring you outfits for the tiniest of style mavens. This organic cotton romper is certain to thaw your heart. $38
Arae Mod | Mittens
Chisel the ice from your windshield with some panache in a pair of Arae Mod woolen mittens. These hand warmers are sewn, hand-dyed, and then line-dried in Denver—so every pair is just as unique as the snowflakes piling up on your SUV. $72