With more winter weather coming to D.C. -- which inevitably leads to power outages and cold water showers -- Yeas & Nays got to thinking about how Washingtonians could still look and smell great and have a charged iPhone. Here's our guide for surviving the storms and still looking fabulous:

Electrilite crank flashlight: Not only will this little flashlight provide light and a radio without batteries, it also charges your cell phone. Reports say it takes three minutes of cranking for an eight minute phone call. The flashlight can be purchased on CoolStuffCheap.com for $18.19.

Dry shampoo: A long-time staple for hygiene-conscious festival goers, there are a wide variety of dry shampoos available. Area Sephora stores sell Oscar Blandi Dry Shampoo for $19, but you can find other brands at most drugstores.

Wet wipes: While we would never ask you to take a frigid shower when the heat is already off, wet wipes may be used to stay smelling sweet. They come in fun scents–lavender and chamomile—and the people on the metro will thank you.

Boot warmers: Turn your rain boots into lined snow boots in seconds using Sperry's top-sider rain boot sock liners, which come in a variety of colors. These can be purchased from Nordstrom for $24.95. (Or just wear three pairs of socks...)

Battery-powered steam iron: To avoid looking like a frumpy mess, get your hands on a battery-powered iron by Playazon. The iron uses batteries usually found in power tools and goes for $60. For those who don't want to make a big purchase, Downy's Wrinkle Releaser spray will also do the trick.

Cordless curling iron: Grungy hair is good for one thing and that's styling. For pretty curls, try a Conair ThermaCell cordless curling iron. The replaceable cartridge lasts two to three months. The curling iron sells at Target.com for $24.99.

Contributed by Caitlin Byrnes