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As Seen on The Early Show: Winter Must-Haves

11/28/2006 at 06:00 AM ET

You may have caught PEOPLE senior editor Galina Espinoza on The Early Show this morning showing off this winter’s must-haves like shearling coats, chunky bags and vintage jewels. All these items and more are featured in PEOPLE’s Winter 2006 StyleWatch issue, on newstands today. Click through for buying info on some of the great items, as seen on CBS.

Want to snuggle up in Christina’s super cute (and warm) luxe hoodie?
Click here to buy a Juicy Couture cotton hoodie with rabbit-fur lining like hers, $498, at juicycouture.com.

Photo: ZXING/SNAP-PIX

Want the warmth of shearling, but not the price tag?
Try an Old Navy faux-shearling coat, now only $50, at oldnavy.com.

Love the look of chunky knits, but want a more flattering way to wear them?
Try a J.Crew cream wool frame clutch, $68, at j.crew.com and cream gloves with buttons, $28, j.crew.com.

Want to keep your feet warm and dry all winter with the best boots?
Try these Banana Republic “Sun Valley” grey suede and shearling boots, $198, at bananarepublic.com.

Ready to be a glamour girl with a piece of vintage-inspired jewelry?
Try this JLO by Jennifer Lopez silver tone and crystal bangle bracelet watch, $110, at shopjlo.com

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Melroze on

I think it’s absolutely appalling that a jacket with real fur could ever be considered a “must have”!! Fake fur is the way to go, so please keep that in mind next time.

Jessica on

Christina is a beautiful woman, but wearing rabbit fur, or any fur at all, makes her much less stunning. Faux fur is the way to go….it looks just as nice and no animals are hurt in the process.

Personally, the idea of having the carcass or remains of an animal draped over my shoulders makes me sick…

Anastacia on

I think X-tina is beautiful as she is. But she would look much more better without that FUR jacket. It does really spoils her image.

VIcky on

Cute pic, but poor rabbit!

Ali L on

I LOVE Christina A, but not the jacket. Fur is cruel- and I really hope Christina doesn’t plan on wearing it anymore.
I have so much respect for her, and I’ve really lost some from this.

Alice Catriona on

Christina looks beautiful as usual, however i think real fur is extremely unescessary. In this day and age when we can make artificial “furs” that both look and feel like the real thing, making animals suffer is completely pointless.
Life should come before fashion.
To be truly lovely, fake it.
Death has never been beautiful.

Amy on

There is nothing attractive about real fur.

Why wear it when you can get exactly the same effect from faux fur, minus the animal cruelty?

This could have been a good picture. But the coat ruins it.

Kim on

The style of the outfit is great, but I would love to see it made of faux fur, & it would be great if designers would know that the public would appreciate organic plant materials…such as organic cotton, hemp, & bamboo. The time is now for compassionate materials for fashion…we can look great & show love for our planet & animals & everyone living on our wonderful planet!

Stacy on

Christina I like your music, but girlfriend lose the fur! Love the Animals =)

Sandy on

There is never a reason to wear fur and it is never a “must have” – grow up Hollywood!

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