Win $300 of Seriously Covetable Cool-Weather Accessories from De*Nada!

As much as we hate to see the balmy weather go, we can’t help but get warm fuzzies when we think of our favorite chill-fighters: hot chocolate, hot-trotting boots, and knits—lots and lots of knits. Scarves, muffs, gloves, berets...there’s nothing better than a luxe, hand-knit accessory. And nobody knows that better than D.C.’s De*Nada. Featured in The Washington Post and The Today Show, this handmade accessory line follows the vision of its founder, Virgina Blanca Arrisueño, and incorporates Peruvian traditional designs with a modern aesthetic in the form of innovative shawls, arm warmers, hats, and more. Each piece is handmade in Peru in a fair trade work environment, so they're all vegan, super-soft and not a tick short of stunning. Ready to get accessorized? De*Nada is generously gifting one lucky Refinery29 reader an absolute bounty of goodies. Just enter your email address below, and you’ll be in the running to win this charming collection: Braided Rope in dark khaki, Eternal Light Weight in purple, Fringed Shawl in white, Fringed Scarf Web in black, Beret Light Weight in white, and Arm Warmers in black. Whew! That’s over $300 worth of stunning knits that you can wear for seasons to come. We’ll cross our fingers for you!
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