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The Winter Accessory That Your Zodiac Sign Says You'll Love

Let's face it: at this point, you and your trusty sweatsuit have never been closer. If nothing else, our unofficial pandemic uniform has made one thing abundantly clear - accessories have the power to take your outfit from 0 to 100 in a flash. While the "minimal effort" section of your wardrobe has surely garnered the most wear over the past several months, chic yet practical accessories are hands down what has allowed pandemic fashion to actually feel like Fashion with a capital F.

As for winter accessories you should be looking to buy specifically, look no further than the zodiac. Sure, designers, celebrities,, what better place to start than the stars? The basic rules of astrology are such that the sun's movement across various astrological stars (and specifically its placement at the time of your birth) directly influences your personality and behavior, both of which influence your style.

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