Best Buys Reviews & shopping Top 5 winter warmers for your tots With the weather ice cold and the snow falling, there's no better time to wrap your tot up warm 1 of Ad break Beat the chillBrrrr! The snow has been falling and it looks like we might be set for a white and snowy Christmas! With the temperatures reaching the sub zeros and the ice chilling over, it's important to keep yourself, and your little ones wrapped up warm. Once you have chosen your winter coat, and your tots coat - it's the all important winter warming accessories that is the key to keeping cosy. Check our our selection of the best winter warmers for your children. Hat and handsKeep your little ones warm with a nice, cosy hat. Don't let the warm heat escape by popping one of these Peruvian hats? Let's not forget their hands - check out these matching woolen mittens too. Peruvian woolen hats, £6, JoJoMaman Bebe. Woolen mittens, £3, JoJoMaman Bebe. BootiliciousKeep their little toes warm with these charming booties with integrated cotton socks. Cute and functional - a definite must have for cold feet! Booties with socks, £6.50, Verbaudet. Available from ages 0-6 months. All knitted upChristmas wouldn't be the same without a funky knitted jumper - so bag your tot a knitted cutie, especially this one which'll keep them toasty too! Knitted jumper, £18, Mini Boden. Available from ages 0-18 months. Continue slideshow > Snow QueenWhilst the snow is falling outside (and it doesn't look like it's going to stop anytime soon!) clad your tot in a funky snow suit! Check out this little gem with faux fur hood in hot pink! Baby snow suit, £38, Raindrops. Available in navy from ages 6 months to 2 years. Leg warmersKeep your little girl's legs nice and warm - and festive - with these adorable embroidered tights. Red and white tights, £6 (pack of 2), Mini Mode. Available from ages 6 months - 6 years. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?