What I Wore: In Snowfall

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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layered-outfit, snow,snowfall,winter-outfit, winter-clothes,wyoming, never-fully-dressed-without-a-style, tweed-blazer, tweed-jacket,
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layered-outfit, snow,snowfall,winter-outfit, winter-clothes,wyoming, never-fully-dressed-without-a-style, tweed-blazer, tweed-jacket,

What I Wore: Coat(Etsy; Similar Here), Blazer (Old; Similar Here), Sweater (Stitchfix; Similar Here), Jeans (Gap), Boots (Old; Similar Here), Scarf (Gift; Similar Here)

As if the weather gods sensed people would be traveling this coming week, Winter Has Come. And come to stay by the look of it! Though that was not keeping people inside- Saturday alone was a-buzzing with a fund-raising Zumba class, a following benefit lunch, a craft bazaar, and the annual turkey shoot (You do not shoot turkeys. You shoot bebe guns to win fowls) all downtown. I found the cold a bit more intimidating with a scarf layered over a coat layered over a blazer layered over a sweater. Instead, the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special far more enticing, though we did make it to some of the other listed events too.  Of course, a sinus infection was also a great motivator for staying bundled and safely inside... 

Still, it is pretty, all that snow. So long as all My People get through the roads safely, I'll even say it is delightfully appropriate to the season, and turn up that Bing Crosby song "Snow." In the meantime, safe travels, don't forget to pack emergency supplies in your cars and have the Happiest of Holidays this week! 

25 comments

  1. What an amazing coat!! Love the details on it. Such pretty pics- the snow makes the best back drop. You've got winter style mastered!

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    1. I'm glad you think so! I like winter for the layering options but it can get frustrating too- especially needing shoes that are able to be in the snow!

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  2. I wish it would snow here! I love these pictures, the outfit is adorable! Alex

    http://tobebeautifulingodseyes.blogspot.com/2013/11/when-clock-strikes-twelve.html

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    1. Snow is pretty for a day or two and then it is old. I'm excited ours is melting away, but sad that a cold front is coming. It is int the teens all next week! Yikes!

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  3. Happy holidays! That coat is truly amazing. :-)

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  4. Beautiful pictures! Those boots are awesome!

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  5. Your style is so perfect. You always look so complete and put together, and I love ALL of your looks. This is no exception - the scarf is so pretty and I love the elbow patches on your jacket.

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    1. Oh, this comment made my day. Thanks!

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  6. Beautiful layering <3 I'm still in love with that elbow patch plaid blazer! The coat is fantastic! Those button details at the wrists! So rad!

    - Anna

    www.melodicthriftychic.com

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  7. Layering at its best.

    The mixture of colours and textures against the backdrop of white is gorgeous.

    And the coat! My my…that coat reminds me of the film Anna Karenina and some of the stunning military style overcoats they wore for it.

    I love this look.

    Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  8. This outfit fits you so well and I love the coat. It's very proper looking and I'm glad you are active in the snow! I do not leave my house when it's bad unless someone drives me! Forever terrified of snow over here! Hope you have a lovely holiday.

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    1. Driving in snow does take some getting used to, for sure. Did you grow up around snow, or is that a new think since college, Jessica?

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  9. Woah what a coat! Love the scarf color.

    Rachel

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  10. My family never went anyway far for Thanksgiving and of course we don't have snow here, so I'd almost forgotten the danger people could face driving in that. If you're driving, hope you're safe Kristian! and those activities sound so sweet, those sort of things make me wish we lived in a small town. i love community things like that. but oh that cold, i dont know how you don't have a beanie on! i was freezing biking to work this morning and it was maybe 47. i love the coat over the blazer though and the scarf color is gorgeous.
    Cuddly Cacti
    Mitla Moda

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    1. I think cold is all relative. In weather where I was riding my bike, 47 degrees sounds cold to me too. It is all in context :)

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  11. so cute! love your boots and that coats!

    christen
    fashionplatecheapskate.blogspot.com

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  12. You have the most amazing style, so effortlessly put together yet absolutely perfect! The outdoor scenery couldn't have been better for this post. Love the way you layered with the blazer and coat (and scarf). I look forward to following you.

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    1. Oh, I'm so glad to have you along for the ride Trina! :)

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  13. Brrrr... so much snow! I hope we stay spared a little longer. I am definitely no ready for this yet. But you sure look warmly and cosy dressed. I'm happy to hear you enjoyed so many of the Thanksgiving festivities too. It must have been fun!

    Hope your cold gets better soon :) xo

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  14. Your turquoise scarf is such a great color! And you look sooooo warm!

    Xo, Hannah

    sweetsweetnoir.net

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  15. Your wonderful black coat paired with that blazer is a sweet look!

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