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What are we left with come January? Feeling cold and full, mostly.



1 A. Bar-clay’s cozy cashmere Kate scarf is generously sized—perfect for warmth and obscuring the five-pound “gift” that gingerbread left on your midsection. $550,


If, by golly, this is the year you lose that five, head to Ona for the 2 Ina Crystal Detox White Gold bath salts, which claim to brew a soak so intense, it’s on par with a three-day juice cleanse. $85,


If you’d rather just do the juice, 3 Roots Juices will deliver kits ITP should you be in a post-Christmas coma. $150 for three days,


But nothing suffers more than my skin this time of year, so I’m sneaking up to the new Cosmetic Market at Avalon for some of their exclusive lotions and potions, like the 4 Therapy Systems Intensive Therapy Rx. Promised yourself you’d get organized? $62,


If you’re old-school, there’s no prettier 5 planner than this one by Graphic Image$98,


If you’re more the syncing type, grab 6 Form Function Form’s new iPhone 6 wallet, which packs your everyday carry into a single case. $88,


Stash it in a printed 7 clutch by Very Fine South—the seasonal shades won’t look out of place in a wintertime wardrobe. From $120,


In preparation for Snowpocalypse, my plans include a  Moncler puffer $2,145,


and 9 Le Chameau Chasseur boots, because good enough for Kate Middleton is good enough for me. $489 by special order,


Speaking of people with nice manners, that reminds me: thank-you notes. Because I’m buying in bulk, now’s not the time for fancy. Waiting on Martha has cute, reasonably priced 10 paper that gets the sentiment across. And hey, happy 2015, Atlanta! $24,

All photographs courtesy of their companies; Scarf: Allyson Busch; Bath salts, iPhone wallet: Caroline C. Kilgore

This article originally appearer in our January 2015 issue.