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4 ways to cosy up this winter

4 ways to cosy up this winter

With outside temperatures plummeting, heralding the arrival of winter, it's time to light the fire, find the marshmallows and snuggle in. As the wild, woolly weather approaches here are MiniJumbuk's favourite ways to stay warm and cosy this winter.


Wheatbags Love Wheatbags
Soothe aches and pains, improve your sleep or just grab some extra snuggle comfort on a cold winters night. These gorgeous scented wheatbags heat quickly and easily in the microwave for a delicious hour of warmth. Whether its relieving tired muscles at the end of the day or warming your toes in bed, the toughest decision you need to make is which scent - relaxing Clove or calming Lavender. Available in the MiniJumbuk Outlet.


Humphrey Law Socks
Keep your toes warm this winter with a pair of wool socks. For 80 years, this family owned company have been manufacturing these terrifically toasty and amazingly durable socks wholly in Australia. Wool or alpaca, striped or plain, ladies or men's, work or play - the Humphrey Law range have the perfect sock for every occasion.


Emu Uggs
Another must have for cosy winter toes is a pair of Emu ugg boots. Warm and comfy, these water resistant boots are manufactured from super soft Australian sheepskin. With the natural insulation and breathability of wool, there will be no more icy feet for anyone and best of all, the Emu Platinum Collection is hand crafted right here in Australia.


And finally . . . MiniJumbuk of course!
Winter just wouldn't be the same without the warmth and luxury of your favourite MiniJumbuk product. You will barely notice those cold winter nights nestled in your bed, enveloped by your deliciously luxurious wool bedding creations. And when it comes to the weekend, naturally there is always the option of a lazy day burrowed under your quilt on the couch.