Your New One-Stop Winter Gear Shop: Good Night, Day

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    While there’s not exactly a worldwide shortage of adorable winter gear, we can’t help but get excited when we stumble upon something truly awesome. Enter Good Night, Day, a Canadian one-woman powerhouse of hand-knit goods.

    Tara-Lynn Morrison, the brand’s founder and sole knitter — yes, you read that correctly! — has created a range of woolies chic enough to prove even the staunchest of hand-knitting’s naysayers wrong. Muted colors and chunky scarves rule in the land of Good Night, Day, as do sweetly rugged cabled headbands. Though we think Good Night, Day’s knits speak for themselves, this month’s one-off collab with super-site Of a Kind should help raise Morrison’s profile considerably. With accessories this cute, we’re ready to face winter — whenever it decides to show up, that is.
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