Winter is coming. Is your wardrobe ready? Sure you’ve got hats, gloves, scarves, jackets, and boots, but is that everything? Are you maybe forgetting another part of your body that you’ve neglected to keep warm? Obviously you’ve got your eye muffs too, because no one wants to go frost blind. But I’m talking about your nose, fool.
The nose, as they say, is the exhaust vent to the soul. So protect it from the cold! Now you can with specialty nose warmers. You can find Aunt Marty’s Original Nose Warmers on Amazon and Etsy and, oh my. With a nose sporting one these you’ll certainly be the talk of the Hobby Lobby parking lot this winter.
According to Aunt Marty’s Etsy page, the nostril friendly knitter dreamt up the idea for nose warmers while playing in the snow as a kid. Her scarf wouldn’t stay on her face and her nose kept getting so cold that she had to keep going inside to warm up. Next thing she knew, nose warmers were born.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Baby it’s cold outside, so warm up your face with this Christmas classic. You’ll be sleighing the cold with this cartilage cap.
There’s only one type of ice you want on your shnoz, so put some bling on your beak! Is it hot in herre, or is it just your nose?
You’ll look un-ducking-believable with the Baby Duck Nose Warmer. No one will be calling you an ugly duckling when you’re sporting this game changer.
Are warm noses cool? You snow it! Trust us, this is the closest Frosty will get to your nostrils when you strap this onto your snout.
Conquer the cold, and all your enemies, in this stylish red nose warmer. You will bathe in the blood of the vanquished and your subjects will tell tales of your mighty deeds — of the unfrozen one, the breaker of frost, the warm-nosed — for centuries to come.
Cold noses? Frog-et about them! Frogs might be cold-blooded but your nose will be warm when you put this on.
As you can see, the hottest new trend in functional winter fashion is taking place front and center on the faces of people across the country. So don’t leave your nose out in the cold, strap these puppies on. Literally.